Welcome to Servant Spotlight! We hope you will be encouraged by this regular update on what God is doing through our workers on the field.
In their mid-sixties, Kiwis Pam and Alan retired. Sort of. “You don’t retire and suddenly that’s it,” Alan explained. “You just continue on involved in the Kingdom but with some changes.”
An OM worker in Cambodia shares about how God transformed her life from one of shame and depression to one filled with joy, and how she longs to see others know Jesus too.
After struggling with her own limitations, Oxana now trains others and encourages them that they don’t have to wait until everything is perfect before they can be used by God.
When we think of Surfers Paradise in QLD, our minds drift to images of the beach fringed by a crowded metropolis of holidaymakers, shops and restaurants. For Goldie, it’s all about seeing God at work while sharing her faith.
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.
No dream is too big for God. Central American architect, Gustavo, discovers this when he journeys with God, investigating how to combine a professional career on mission in the Arabian Peninsula.
An OM worker in Cambodia shares about how a new training she is attending is transforming the way she does ministry.