First-time dad Jordan sees things differently now that he has an 8-month old son. Jordan is part of the OM family, seconded to work in a partner ministry in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines.
During special Easter outreaches to women in red light areas, outreach workers go in the knowledge that Jesus is with them and His resurrection power gives hope, strength and life.
Small outreach teams will share the life-changing message of the gospel with hundreds of women in brothels and on the street this Easter.
In 1988, it became evident to leadership that OM needed to respond to the hundreds of millions of poor and marginalised in India, specifically the Dalit-Bahujan people, or ‘untouchables’.
In this video members of OM Panama talk about the situation in their country, what they do to help the people and children and how others can help them continue their ministry.
Around 70% of girls in Bangladesh are married off before they turn 18 years old. Most girls are never able to dream. OM’s tailoring programme empowers Needata and others by caring for their physical needs and caring for their dignity by teaching them a valuable skill, which allows them to regain a sense of self and also earn an income.
This is a story about a small group of children living in a village in the Northern area of Bangladesh. In this area, most of them need to start working by the age of 6. The easiest job to get is rolling cigarettes. The children do this work to help their parents provide for their family. OM has helped train a teacher, and build a small school so that the children can have a chance to attend school. OM is breaking the cycle of poverty through empowering communities through education.