Rodrigo and Daiane from Brazil serve with a church in Slovenia, whose gospel podcasts reach many people for the first time, including a young mother from a marginalised Roma village. After her disabled child is miraculously healed, many Roma people abandon occultic folk traditions to follow Jesus. Now a church is being planted among them.
Yan and Yuliia Batshev, Ukranian emigrants, reach out to both Serbian-speaking Montenegrins and the Russian-speaking Ukrainians living in Bar, Montenegro, through the OM church plant, Mozaik.
Lidia’s own ancestors came as refugees to what is now modern-day Serbia. Today she leads OM’s humanitarian work at a refugee camp in Serbia, serving refugees from the Middle East and western Asia.
Mateo, from Uruguay, shares how having God as his heavenly father transformed him since he was a young teenager, and how mentors have played a very important role in shaping his life. Now serving with OM in Montenegro as a football coach and youth leader, Mateo seeks to reflect God’s love into young lives like a dad.
Anna shares her journey from Germany to Africa and finally to Albania where she uses her professional skills to work with children with disabilities.
Iranians in Serbian refugee camps are turning to Jesus, becoming baptised and sharing their faith—events that one OM leader describes as being straight out of the Book of Acts.