We want to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached.

We want to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached.

Our Stories

Celebrating Hope

This year, the OM flagship, Logos Hope celebrates her 10th anniversary. Having sailed to 70 countries, 161 ports of call, received nearly 8 million visitors, and sold more than 8 million books, almost 2.5 million of which have been Christian books and Bibles, Logos Hope is a testament to God’s faithfulness over a very unique […]

Collaboration

Let’s start with the bad news. 2.1 billion people or about 29% of the world’s population today have no access to the gospel. Currently, only 3% of missionaries are reaching this group (Source: Lausanne Global Analysis). Many missionaries and mission teams are going to places where there is already gospel engagement. The reality is, not […]

Power of Together

“Every day they continued to meet TOGETHER in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate TOGETHER with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favour of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.” Acts 2:46-47 There is something about the […]

Hope In Crisis

About 690,000 people have fled across the border from Myanmar to Bangladesh since August 2017 to escape the violence in Myanmar’s western Rakhine state. About 800,000 refugees—mostly women and children—crammed in temporary camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, have been in dire need of water, food, shelter and medicine (Source: UNHCR). Operation Mobilisation (OM) in Bangladesh […]

Voices of the Red-light District

Some unlikely but beautiful friendships have been formed between a group of Christian volunteers and the red-light community in Singapore over the course of the last two years. From the stories we have exchanged with one another, we capture, after translation, some of the voices of sex workers and pimps in this feature. Sex Workers […]

Missions as a family

Will you be going anywhere for Christmas? This question popped up among our friends two Christmases ago. When we told them our family was going to North Africa, we were met with incredulous questions such as “Where?” and the inevitable “Is it safe?” With a church bombing that occurred within weeks of our planned departure […]

Missions begins at home

Every night, my father would be sitting at his table, Bible and notebook open before him, eyes attentively following each line. My mother would be busy in the study, preparing materials for Sunday school lessons, or asking us, her four children, about our day. If I had to answer, in one word, how I ended […]

Ready to work together – Interview with Willy Ong, OM Singapore Executive Director

My journey toward Christ was formed by a fascination with the thinking of C.S. Lewis and that somebody gave me a Bible. As I got further involved in my church, I was asked to meet with OM Mercy Teams International to explore ways we could collaborate. Through various ups and downs, my wife and I, […]

Operation Mobilisation celebrates 60 years

It was a night of moving speeches, tears, thunderous applause and a deep sense of camaraderie. On 20 February, over 400 pioneers, leaders and workers gathered for OM’s 60th anniversary celebration in Bangkok, Thailand, to commemorate God’s faithfulness in missions. Throughout its six decades, OM has stood on the cutting edge of missions, known for […]

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