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Lily escapes the brothel and finds hope in Christ

Lily escapes the brothel and finds hope in Christ

Lily* was standing on the overpass, wondering what to do with her life and how to make ends meet, as busy city traffic whizzed underneath.

Why do we do short-term mission trips?

Why do we do short-term mission trips?

It’s always important to understand why we do what we do.

Pastor Sunil is part of God's mystery in south Asia

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

Glasgow event is great celebration of pioneering mission

Inspiring celebration of pioneering mission in Glasgow

More than 85 people came to our Glasgow celebration of 125 years of pioneering mission through Serving In Mission on Wednesday (September 26) evening.

Harvest Worker project raises up gospel workers for South Sudan

Harvest Worker project raises up gospel workers for South Sudan

Getachew and Builanty are discipling new believers from the Jumjum Tribe in South Sudan and even sending out new missionaries from those communities.

God speaks without words to house worker Imani

God speaks without words to house worker Imani

Sometimes I fail to realise that God is the one who is truly at work. He doesn’t need me to say a single word in Swahili to move in the lives around us.

A man called Million - but what's in a name?

A man called Million - but what's in a name?

We were over at Tibarek’s house in Nairobi.

SIMply Tea - the launch of a great new fundraising idea

We launched our SIMply Tea fundraising initiative in the only possible way on Saturday (September 1) - with our very own SIMply Tea party at our Suffolk headquarters.

Reformed drunk Mwansa hugs his daughter for the first time

Reformed drunk Mwansa hugs his daughter for the first time

Pastor Joelson Mwansa was not always a pastor. In fact, for many years people in his Zambian bush town knew Joelson as the local drunk.