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A challenging youth

The spiritual life of a young student is a challenge to us all not to become stale.

Africa Trek adventures

Two stories from the Africa Trek--an intense discipleship experience for people from different nations who travel and minister together throughout Southern Africa.

A hope and a future

Mina and her family, from the Yao tribe in Malawi, have faced many hardships, but through the ministry of OM, they have received new hope.

A light in the darkness

Solar powered electricity provides a unique way to connect with the local community in Chisopi, Malawi.

Being a brick in a new house

After completing the teachers training course, a young Zambian goes to Malawi where he serves as a father figure for 15 children.

Constructing the vision

OM Malawi begins construction on a ministry base they hope will impact the Malawian people for the Lord.

Cycling for transformation in Malawi

Over an eight-day period, 18 Ride2Transform cyclists travelled 690 kilometers, participating in a personal journey with the Lord and praying for the country of Malawi.

Francis the farmer

A Malawian missionary brings change to his village and food to his family through farming techniques taught by OM Malawi.

Freedom from bondage

A Bible study for the guardians of the pupils in Chiyembekezo School in Ntaja, Malawi, is bringing freedom to the women who attend.

Freedom from sins

The story of a former Muslim now reaching out to others for Christ in Malawi

Goats for the future

The students of OM Malawi’s two schools are receiving something more than a Christ-centred education; a way to pay for future schooling.

God took over

What do a puppet show, a healed old man, a re-thatched house and rains in the desert have in common? Answer: The OM Africa Trek!

Have you seen?

The people of Chisopi never imagined a school would be established in their village. Today, their children are receiving an education.

Hope to the vulnerable

Chiyembekezo School is aptly named. Meaning “hope” in Chichewa, the school brings hope to orphans and vulnerable children in Ntaja, Malawi.

'Like the 12 disciples'

The Discipleship course in Malawi challenges students to own their faith and apply it in their daily lives.

More than a cook

When the OM Malawi team met Sarah she quickly became Abaku or 'Grandma,' being an example of Christ to many in her community.

Praying for the prisoners

Prison ministry in Ntaja, Malawi is reaching out to prisoners and guards alike; planting seeds and bearing fruit.

Showing the love of Jesus

“We believe that the Gospel of Jesus can be preached without saying any words,” said OM worker Fredson. “But by doing, by showing love, by taking care of the old and by just being available to people.”

Sustainable options in Malawi

OM Malawi endeavours to make its projects and workers self-sustainable, while transforming lives and communities at the same time.

The least of these

An elderly local villager labelled as a witch receives love and practical help from OM Malawi.

Water by the church

Water was not to be found when the OM team drilled in Chisopi, Malawi - until they drilled in front of the church.

When discipleship and ministry collide

During the OM's Ride 2 Transform 2017 cycle tour, 17 cyclists biked 550 kilometres around southern Malawi, visiting the Yao people, distributing AudioBibles and praying.