OM United Kingdom – Operation Mobilisation
OM United Kingdom – Operation Mobilisation works in every region of the world, our aim is to motivate and equip Christians to share God’s love, and to strengthen and plant churches especially in areas where Christ is least known.
OM United Kingdom was established in 1957 by visionary, George Verwer, as a dynamic, international Christian missions movement. In the OM family of ministries, we have 6,100 workers representing over 113 nations in more than 110 countries and in world port communities, through our ship, Logos Hope.
Our motivation is to pioneer and lead people to share the knowledge of Jesus and His love with every generation, in every nation. Furthermore, we aim to pioneer and lead initiatives to redeem lives, rebuild communities and restore hope through five areas of activity: Evangelism, Relief & Development, Discipleship & Mentoring, Justice & Advocacy and Church Planting.
Our values are knowing and glorifying God, living in submission to God’s word, being people of grace and integrity, serving sacrificially, loving and valuing people, evangelizing the world, reflecting the diversity of the body of Christ, global intercession, and esteeming the church.
OM United Kingdom – Operation Mobilisation - What We Do
OM United Kingdom has hundreds of opportunities for all kinds of people interested in mission service. Whether you are a Gap year student looking for a year out (or in some cases, just six months), a professional wanting to use your skills in mission, or if you are considering becoming a career missionary, you can find many possibilities to serve God in OM.
Our work varies hugely from country to country but our focus is always the same. We have One Message – the same message Jesus brought – that is to bring Good News to the poor, to proclaim freedom for prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed and to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor.
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