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Stories


WHAT GOD IS DOING AT SIM

A Child Shall Lead Them
11/30/18 · Like many other parents or grandparents my daily routine involves taking my grandson to school each morning. I play for 15 minutes before he goes into class. During this time I may smile and have eye contact with various kids and their parents. Interestingly, about a third of his classmates are Muslim!
Christmas Causes 2018
11/26/18 · We are excited for you to join our 8 causes this Christmas! These causes represent several projects around the world that are making an incredible impact. You have an opportunity to multiply your impact by giving to one of these causes. Give a gift today!
Life in a 35L Backpack
09/27/18 · Spending many of the days in and around the truck Penelope in close quarters with teammates, mentors and locals challenged my introversion, but also gave me a chance to practice humility through servanthood. Most of the days were spent driving and the road conditions made car sickness a daily struggle.
Cholera Outbreak Mitigation Project
08/17/18 · The new wave of Cholera started in June 2018 in the Afar region of Ethiopia, where almost 30,000 workers have no access to safe water. You can help stop the spread of Cholera!
The Lord of the Harvest
08/16/18 · How do you get people interested in serving in South Sudan? I've never found, nor have I ever tried to use, persuasive arguments. What are you supposed to say? It's gratifying, perhaps?
The Day I Encountered my own Heart-Language
07/19/18 · So there's a phrase people here often use when encouraging us in our language learning. They'll say, "N naa kukeri!" which means "You're doing well!" We appreciate their kindness!
Serving God With What You Love
07/19/18 · “It touched my heart,” PbeeMai says. It’s one of his constant refrains, and when he says it, he puts his hand to his heart with a slightly melodramatic air and smiles, shaking his head and making a face as if he’s really touched or just goofing off. It’s a little bit of both – PbeeMai is equal parts sincerity and...
The Issue of Trust
04/19/18 · Fake news, broken promises, stolen data. Is there anyone you can trust these days? Trust is at the heart of relationships, the core of leadership, the foundation of successful business and organizational practices. Stephen M.R. Covey, in New York Times Bestseller “The Speed of Trust”, says that trust is the one thing that changes everything. 
Is God calling you to use your skills?
03/15/18 · Do you feel compelled to share Christ  with those who have not yet heard His  name?  We would love to talk to you about opportunities around the world.
Willing and Obedient
03/15/18 · A few years ago I sat around a campfire in the desert of Northern Kenya with leaders wishing to recruit missionaries to reach nomads.  They were having a lively discussion about what qualities are needed to work with nomads.  What do the best recruits look like?   Nomads live in the harshest environments in the world.
Prabhouti's Wedding
02/21/18 · Thick wooden pillars are wrapped in stray red cloth. Soon they’ll be covered entirely in a red tent in the hard-packed dirt courtyard of Prabhouti’s childhood home. Ducking under the doorway decorated with shining ribbons, Prabhouti enters the swirl of activity that always attends preparations for a wedding. Her wedding.
Spring Banquets 2018
02/02/18 · God's Heart! Our Purpose. This year we are excited to bring you new and returning SIM speakers who will share what is going on around the world. Sign up today for this event!
A Story With No Easy Answers
12/18/17 · Pierre and Joel’s parents were HIV positive, and began receiving care at the Alafia Clinic in 2003. The two boys were tested to see if they were infected through mother to child transmission. Pierre, the older of the two, tested negative, but Joel, at the age of around 3, tested positive for HIV. He began to receive care at the clinic and was started on...
An Unfolding Ministry
12/14/17 · When I began working with foreign English speaking women on parole I had no idea the work would include ministering to children, but when several women brought their children to the Bible study and we couldn’t provide child care, we had to get creative. This meant finding a way to incorporate the children into the Sunday lessons.
Bringing Light in the Dark
12/06/17 · We literally share the light in the darkness in villages in Niger.  Since it is planting and growing season when people are tired and not willing to walk the distance to our place, we show the Jesus film at the Mayor’s place.  We drive through a thick field of grass and weave around the animals that are bedded around the Mayor’s house....
2017 Gift Guide
11/17/17 · It's that time of year again and we are excited to share with you 11 projects that can make an incredible impact! See how you can make a difference this Christmas by giving a different kind of gift.
Staying Behind
11/09/17 · As I brought 4 leaders of Dorcas Widows project to their bush taxi on this harmattan day in Niamey. I had joy. I had peace. I was so proud. This time I was not embarking on this trip. I didn’t suggest this mission. It came from their heart.
Nomad Truck Venture
11/01/17 · Join a Central Asia Nomad Truck Venture this summer! This could be a defining trip in your life.
A Battle of Mind and Soul
10/31/17 · I've been writing about the unpredictable nature of South Sudan for the past 4 years. While her political waters quake and foam in one corner, everyone just waits to see how far the ripples will extend. Will it reach our corner?
Sacrifice and Obedience When It's Difficult
10/31/17 · Hellen is a single mother of 9 children.  She works really hard to provide for her children.  Every day she sells charcoal in Acholi Quarter in Uganda.  Recently, as she was at a community meeting she was given her 5 kilos of beans and 5 kilos of maize flour.
The Hagars of our Time
10/10/17 · The well-known story of Hagar in the book of Genesis is repeated over and over again today. I have seen the Hagars of our time walking around especially in the cities of West African countries. But in the recent years many of them have come to Europe expelled from their countries because of a war or hoping to find a better future for the babies they hold in their
Stef's Story
09/25/17 · Stef lives in a large Middle Eastern city which is also home to around 300,000 migrant domestic workers. They come from all over the poorer parts of the world — places like Bangladesh, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Kenya and many, many other African countries.
Grateful Hearts in South Sudan
09/25/17 · It's been 8 months since our station in Doro saw fighting and extensive looting. The project that we set up to rebuild the station was met with great generosity.  
Ministry in Canada
09/25/17 · Sometimes when you think of a missionary, you think of someone leaving the country. However, we have 30 missionaries working across Canada with many different ministries. We know Canada is a new mission field and we are excited by the possibilities of reaching our own neighbours.
Choosing School
09/05/17 · Ashish’s father is a farmer, as was his grandfather, and the grandfathers before that. Even as farming becomes less likely to sustain a family, Ashish and his parents planned on Ashish becoming a farmer too. That’s why, after Ashish finished second grade, his parents pulled him out of school to help with the field work.
Two Years Later
08/10/17 · Two years ago, we started delivering life-saving medical trainings to 10 partner health centers. We were a team of 4 people, working out of a small apartment. Each month, we would travel to visit our health center partners, most of them located several hours out into rural areas, and train the health center staff on the best practices related to...
Waiting
08/02/17 · It's 150 years since Canada became a country! Seems like a long time. When we are waiting, it also feels like a long time till the waiting is over. We’re always waiting for something….Waiting in line, waiting for your child who’s an hour past their curfew, waiting for your exam results, waiting to meet the person you...
University Student Outreach: A Campus Tour
07/24/17 · I thought I was done with that life – those days in university that included late nights writing papers, a caffeine addiction that enabled the aforementioned late nights as well as 8 am lectures. Not to mention sharing a bathroom with three other girls and dining hall food. But here I am, back on campus. This time, I'm at a university in China to learn...
When Life is Too Hard
03/31/17 · What do we do when tragedy hits? When we receive a cancer diagnosis, face major surgery, we can’t have children, or the country where we minister faces major challenges? Tragedy takes many forms. Over the years I’ve learned some ways that help me to cope with hard times.