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Take up a daily prayer and challenge this Lent

Please join us in praying for the salvation of many refugees and migrants this Easter.

'Chad is not an easy location'

With its diverse population of hundreds of ethnic groups speaking 120 languages and dialects, it’s no surprise that Chad is sometimes called the “Babel Tower of the World”.


Serving Ghana through sport

Sports Friends is a ministry of Serving In Mission. The vision is to see a global movement of local church-centred sports ministries transforming lives and strengthening commun...

Choosing divine love, for better or worse

For Calli and Ryan Fawcett, it wasn’t a matter of if God would invite them to cross-cultural ministry, it was mostly a matter of when. After years of preparation, the Lord conf...

Hugh's Tanzania trip

Hugh Myers, from Hertfordshire, reflects on the six weeks he spent in Tanzania with Serving In Mission.

Why does SIM go to difficult places?

Yacob Aga and his wife, Tibarek Wondimu, arrived in Sudan as newlyweds. They were among the first missionaries sent by the Ethiopia’s Kale Heywet Church into the Sudan. 

You will be my witnesses

No one should live and die without hearing the good news of Jesus Christ. Yet that is still a reality for many people today. SIM’s Faithful Witness in Forgotten Communities pla...

Faith comes by hearing

“The pressure of concentration to get a perfect recording without hesitation, mistake and the right tone, is so strong that after an hour, I want literally, to bang my head aga...

'I really miss my Gidan Bege boys'

When Claire McKeown returned to Nigeria in May, she had no idea of the warm welcome she’d receive from hungry and neglected street boys finding eternal hope at the Gidan Bege o...