Prompted by God, Gail (USA) took a wheelchair on outreach to Zambia, not knowing that she was an answer to fervent prayer.
The second generation of village missionaries reach out to a new village along the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
After the glamour and glitz of moving wears off and the hype and excitement of living in a new country dies down, the realization of the magnitude of what just happened hits like a ton of bricks. In order to move forward, you have to acknowledge things are different than they once were. Life is different now, and you have to adjust accordingly. But that's hard.
Rebecca discusses how serving in missions teaches us not to hold on too tightly to anything.
Rebecca discusses how God is like the dentist.
Rebecca discusses being a missions photographer.
Rebecca discusses going at it alone, versus having a support team, in missions.
OMer Rebecca shares about a situation in Zambia that made her uncomfortable, and then made her think. What can we do when the horrible situation in front of us seems impossible to change, and how can we have compassion for all of God's children?
It finally happened. After living in Africa for nearly two years I, Rebecca, am sick of the sun. Sitting in the sunshine, I've complied a list of things this Canadian girl misses about that wonderful, incredible, often-dreamt-of, wistfully-thought-of season: winter.
School kids skip class to gather caterpillars in Zambia.
A man healed by God changes his family business to send free Bibles to anyone who needs one.
One young Zambian man’s life is transformed when he encounters Christ through an OM football team and a coach’s patient effort.
A Zambian worker reaches out with love to the people of Somalia living in his country.
OM Africa associate director discovers a passionate young evangelist in Makwati.
Girls are dying because of a lack of knowledge.