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Serving in Mission is a community of God's people committed to Biblical truth and passionate about sharing the gospel worldwide. Click on the stories below to read what God is doing in his world and discover how you might play your part in global mission.

Mama Panket is cooking for Christ to reach children in Benin

Mama Panket is cooking for Christ to reach children in Benin

A remarkable grandmother is doing amazing gospel work among children in the Benin capital of Parakou.

Hungry street boys are coming to Christ in Jos, Nigeria

Hungry street boys are coming to Christ in Jos, Nigeria

Hungry and neglected street boys in Jos are being given the gospel in a pioneering new ministry.

Sally is sharing Christ as she teaches English

Sally is sharing Christ as she teaches English

More and more people are desperate to learn English and that is opening up gospel opportunities around the world.

Tiny Bible school in Niger is making huge gospel impact

Tiny Bible school in Niger is making huge gospel impact

A tiny Bible school in a remote part of Niger is having a profound impact for the gospel.

Pastor Mansoor is gospel role model in Pakistan

Pastor Mansoor is gospel role model in Pakistan

There is an urgent need for gifted pastors in Pakistan and Mansoor is undoubtedly one of those.

Pastor Shravan helps boys breathe free through Christ

Pastor Shravan helps boys breathe free through Christ

A terrible blanket of dark, choking smog engulfed the city of Delhi in India last year — the worst smog in 17 years.

How will you influence the next generation for the gospel?

How will you influence a new generation for the gospel?

I began my mission journey with SIM after leaving Australia eight months ago.

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.