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Recently, our world witnessed a myriad of complex issues that have resulted in much untold suffering, such as poverty, forced migration, natural disasters and acts of terror. What can we do to respond to these global trends? How can we, with the love of God, bring hope and relief to those affected?
Church of the future

Church of the future OM International Director Lawrence Tong shares his vision for the Church of the future. [ more ]
The great missions challenge

The great missions challenge Pastors and missions leaders gather for an OM conference in Singapore on responding to missions trends across the world. [ more ]
Finding refuge

Finding refuge Beyond providing basic relief items, one OM worker spends time with refugees passing through Greece, listening to their stories and hopes. [ more ]
Voice to the Voiceless

Voice to the Voiceless Dara* shifted about in the shadows of a dim street. Strapped in a tight, revealing red dress, the young girl looked like she had come from Southeast Asia. She stood vulnerably in Geylang, the heart of Singapore’s infamous red-light district. [ more ]
Precious in God’s eyes

Precious in God’s eyes The elderly arrived one-by-one to the one-room flat in Toa Payoh, Singapore. An aged man hobbled in with his walking stick. Another came in a wheelchair. One lady brought her domestic helper from Indonesia. Soon, more people arrived, filling the tiny flat to the brim.

The group began to sing a hymn in a smattering of Mandarin, Hokkien and English, lifting their voices heartily to praise Jesus. [ more ]
How prayer birthed a movement

How prayer birthed a movement An evening at the Keppel Club in Singapore with Operation Mobilisation (OM) co-founder, Dale Rhoton, and his wife, author of The Doulos Story, Elaine Rhoton, turned out to be both delightful and inspirational, expressed OM worker See Keen, who attended the event. [ more ]