Vision for the least reached

OM International | Pakistan

Currently, 17 students are in the final trimester of OM’s one-year training programme, a unique opportunity to study and mature their faith, then put their learning into practice. In April, students travelled to different cities to experience cross-cultural missions. Before they went to the outreach, they learned about apologetics, church planting and different ways to share the gospel.

One team visited a house and found an elderly woman who was ill. After the team prayed for her, she became very active and got up, sat down with them and hosted them by telling stories and caring for the team.

“I never ever thought how great would be the need in the provinces around,” expressed Amir*, a student.  “People are living without Christ, most of them have not even seen a believer in their whole lives. How could they even hear about Christ? My vision has enlarged in this outreach and I will be keep praying for and focusing on the least reached.”

*Name changed to protect identity.

Published: Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Credit: OM International
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