Embracing the Unknown

KerynOn Mission Together (OMT)Leave a Comment

The preparation to move overseas has been a grieving process for the loss of many people and things I know and love. In this season of life, I have found great comfort in Jeremiah 29:11, “‘For I know the plans I have for you,’ declares the Lord, ‘plans to prosper … Read More

Familiar Yet Foreign

Wendy and HenryOn Mission Together (OMT)Leave a Comment

As teenagers, Wendy and I moved with our families from Asia to North America. In 2016 we moved with our two preteen boys to Japan as international workers. Despite our own life experiences as third culture kids, adapting to a different culture while learning a new language was tough. We … Read More

Renewed by the Spirit

Steve VaughanOn Mission Together (OMT)Leave a Comment

Something only the Holy Spirit could orchestrate is happening in our church. One weekend, 47 people experienced freedom in their lives as they dealt with sin and invited inner healing. Before implementing anything new, my heart needed to be renewed. A Church Renewal Weekend I attended emphasized that the lead … Read More

Caring for the Soul

Curtis and TriciaOn Mission Together (OMT)Leave a Comment

Thirty national church leaders from the Island walked through three Soul Care lessons with a short-term team from Canada. It was a success as several leaders have asked for the handouts to teach in their local churches. God’s healing presence was felt throughout the program. Pastor Ivan experienced healing from … Read More

Growing up in Niger

Elise CheungOn Mission Together (OMT)Leave a Comment

My name is Elise, and I am 16 years old. I’ve been growing up in Niger, where my family works. Over this past school year, I have had the opportunity to step into many leadership roles within the expat community that have truly stretched and grown me as a person … Read More

Visas in the Silk Road

Don and BettyOn Mission Together (OMT)Leave a Comment

Our new teammates had trouble with their visas, giving us three weeks to find a way to keep them in the country. After facing the disappointment of not finding a solution, God gave us something we couldn’t have dreamed of: an agency that provided a visa—and new friends. Hussein was … Read More