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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...

'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...

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...

Relationships: Isn't that what it's all about?

SIM UK worker Kate* shares how using her skills as an occupational therapist enables her to come alongside a family of refugees and share the message of the cross in the Middle...

'I learned Quechua to teach the gospel'

On any given Tuesday, you’ll find Jonny Anderson chatting and laughing with stallholders and traders in the bustling market near his home in Sucre, Bolivia.

Maria, a worker in the Philippines, who does music ministry

Through their music

It’s like a scene from a movie… indigenous people sitting upright in pews as missionaries lead the congregation to sing Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah while they conduct and pla...

Showing God’s love to those in need and sharing Christ with every patient

With fewer than 100 surgeons serving the 20 million inhabitants of Madagascar, the The Good News Hospital in Mandritsara, is a beacon of hope.

Concepción and Sara Mamani

The Quechua connection

When Sara Mamani visted the hospital in Cochabamba, her aim was to brighten the young patients' spirits while sharing the gospel through a lively puppet show.

'Art has a way of opening people’s curiosity and hearts'

Art, in whatever form, has the ability to powerfully convey a message. Among indigenous cultures, it’s also a valued communication method.