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Taliban widow Aadab finds new hope in Christ

Taliban widow Aadab finds new hope in Christ

Imagine being married to a Taliban fighter - a man of terrifying demeanour and horrific violence. An enemy of the world.

Hundreds join our 125th anniversary celebrations

Hundreds join our 125th anniversary celebrations

More than 300 people helped us celebrate 125 years of pioneering mission with Serving In Mission on Thursday (May 10).

Why Rachel no longer feels like an orphan

Why Rachel no longer feels like an orphan

Rachel is 17, lives in extreme poverty and has been raised by her single mother after her father died.

Dickens saved from life of crime for God's good purposes

Dickens saved from life of crime for God's good purposes

God often allows us to go through hard times so that we may grow and, like a rock being tumbled and polished, become shiny and smooth.

Pastor Sunil learns to be discipled in south Asia

Pastor Sunil learns to be discipled in south Asia

When Pastor Sunil, who leads two small local churches, was rejected for an extra donation from an urban church, he was very disappointed.

Mark is making gospel connections in Ecuador

Mark is making gospel connections in Ecuador

When you join any new community, it is a challenge to form relationships.

You are invited to our May 10 celebration of 125 years of pioneering mission

You are invited to celebrate 125 years of pioneering mission with us

Please join us for a series of special celebration of 125 years of pioneering mission through SIM.

When going means staying - the life of a missionary mum

When going means staying - the life of a missionary mum

With Mothers' Day being celebrated on Sunday, we decided to look at the role of a missionary mum. We spoke with several women to uncover the struggle to balance motherhood and...

Bangladesh Bible School is trying to do it write!

Modern Bangladesh has many similarities with the country Serving In Mission’s founding fathers encountered in 1893.