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Working both in the city and in rural areas, OM's women's ministry team serves the women of Bangladesh by offering lessons such as computer literacy, tailoring and literacy.
A worker is praying, kneeling next to an Arabic Bible, the language spoken in the area he serves in. Photo by Johanna Bird.
Gordon and Julie have seen people journey from an initial interest in the gospel to dedicating their lives to God. Sometimes this journey takes many years to complete.
Various special snacks and dishes are traditionally served for Lunar New Year, otherwise known as Chinese New Year.
The celebration of Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year (CNY), starts with a ‘reunion dinner,’ where every family member returns home to share the final meal of the year together. However, OM in Singapore has some friends who are unable to do so — they work in the red-light district, and many are estranged from their families. This year the OM team invited these friends for reunion meals with them.
Worship on the river boat is an integral part of life.  Photo by Garrett N
Initially hesitating to join the mission field due to a good career and comfort, Flora found unexpected blessings as she stepped out in faith to serve God.