Mamma M's story of trusting in God.
Muana and Villy share stories in a video update.
VIC/TAS churches soon to welcome new State Director.
After being away from their home culture for three years, Rob and Deb have a new perspective.
Cam and Kath are back in Mozambique and catching up with Yawo friends.
Team Leader Luke shares how the team is growing, learning and seeing God at work.
Glenn and Liz chat through the joys and challenges of their first three years in a video blog.
Team Leader Jonno shares an update of breakthrough after many years.
Team Leader Eliza shares an update from the Silk Road Area.
Praise God for His presence among this Khmer family.
Dave and Caz share the importance of humility.
Candidate Natalie dreams of what life will be like among the Yawo.
Glenn and Liz share the Christmas story.
In this video update, Scott shares an exciting story!
Back in Australia, Wendy is living out lessons learnt in Malawi.
Dave shares what it takes to build authentic relationships.
Kim reflects on how God is always the one who makes things happen!
Trust opens the opportunity for a meaningful conversation.
Upcoming short film shares stories of hope and life.
Fear vanishes in the heart of B man as he accepts the Good News.
Even insects can teach us about culture!
Anticipating the next 70 years.
The Café is relaunched!
God speaks through His Word.
In this video update, Craig and Kim share how they are finding their feet in their new community.
A young Yawo boy walks again.
May ripples become waves of transformation.
Global Interaction's annual Team Leader's Conference
We imagine a day when we see growing, vibrant faith communities...
Jean-Claude and Joyce pray with their neighbour for protection.
It may seem far away, but it's not impossible for God.
"They rejoiced to hear the Word of God."
Sally dreams of sitting, doing life and sharing Jesus with her Yawo friends in her home.
The Word of God speaks to an Ethnic Thai woman's heart.
An Ethnic Thai man has found freedom and joy in following Jesus.
Sitting with the Khmer through every season.
Faith sharing in the context of authentic relationships.
A milestone celebration!
Witnessing transformation... inside and out.
The Ethnic Thai faith communities are developing their own ways of following Jesus.
Celebrating an achievement (more than) ten years in the making.
Prayer is a powerful thing.
Pete and Nomes are seeking God's guidance daily.
Kim explores how language communicates more than just words.
In a video update, Cam and Kath share stories of God at work.
Responding to the need and seeking God.
Faith in the face of challenges.
A growing, vibrant faith community...
A local believer shares her story.
Look again... ordinary life moments are actually extraordinary.
Rob and Deb are focussing on what's important.
Sally is building a house... and establishing a home among the Yawo.
What does it mean to be intentionally open to God and others?
Another video update from Craig and Kim!
One woman's story of faith.
Each conversation and every little interaction matters.
Praying for that 'one day' to come.
Milard and Joyce welcome many new people.
Exciting video news report from MBC News on the dictionary launch.
Bek shares her experience of creativity in cross-cultural mission.
Pete and Nomes are trusting God every step of the way.
Kim shares the story of how a lemon birthday cake helped spark a growing friendship.
God is at work in the new chief's life.
A newborn and a new life in Jesus.
Joining hands with workers, past and present, Daz and Bee know they are part of God's work.
… but the workers are few. Liz shares the story of a recent day among the Ethnic Thai.
Preparing vegetables for market becomes an opportunity to share life.
In their preparation, Pat and Joy are being shaped for cross-cultural ministry.
Ben is excited to be invited to share stories of Jesus with another group.
Petra begins working with children with disabilities and their families.
In a situation out of her comfort zone, Liz knows it has to be all God.
Two people find the greatest treasure.
New believers influence new believers among the Ethnic Thai.
Teamwork – working together towards a common goal.
Craig and Kim give us a glimpse of their first 100 days in Cambodia via video.
Trust grows between the team and the Yawo community.
New team member Megan shares a powerful story.
We celebrate the success of the sheep loan project!
Rob and Deb are reminded where the grass is greener.
Bek is present and willing to be used to by God.
In an overwhelming moment, God reassures Bee she's never alone.
After time in Australia, Catherine reconnects with Khmer friends.
A shared meal with K friends leads to storytelling.
We know that it will take contextualised gospel, expressing Jesus in ways that are understandable and accessible within different cultures...
We pray that heart's will be open to receiving the Good News; and that a new way, a new hope and a new life will be revealed to them.
Day by day, a Yawo woman trusts God.
A follower of Jesus in South East Asia influences many.
God uses an ordinary situation to spark a conversation.
Preparing soil and sharing Good News.
A lecturer places the Bible in an unlikely library.
Cam experiences a change as he sits and listens.
Ben and Petra respond to a common question.
Pete and Nomes experience the beginnings of a friendship.
B believers thoughtfully engage with Scripture.
Mrs I has taken a step of faith.
The team witnesses a transformation.
An unlikely area of common ground opens the opportunity for a conversation about Jesus.
In all areas of life, the team connects with K people.
Joy as a Yawo man walks again.
Team members excited to witness Yawo men grow in faith.
God brings two secret believers together.
A group of Yawo women include Sally in their gatherings.
A safe place for conversations about life and Jesus develops.
Kevin is reminded again that God is already at work.
A small Bible study group faithfully meets...
Teaching his own people with depth and conviction.
"I want to encourage people..."
God prompts Mrs I to open the door.
Like most friendships, finding a common thread is where everything begins.
A small Bible storytelling group begins meeting.
It takes time for faith to grow.
Mr M meets Jesus.
A Khmer man walks with Jesus.
A B man's faith in Jesus stays strong.
A young believer moves away for study.
As time passes, Ben and Petra are welcomed in.
The team journeys with the Yawo in life and grief.
A local festival and legend sparks conversation.
God's healing power demonstrated.
Cross-cultural workers build friendships with their language nurturers.
Team members move to a new place.
Cultural immersion that opens doors.
Genuine relationships of trust take time
Training is needed.
A woman's faith is reborn.
Praying for communities to be transformed by the message of Jesus.
Khmer tennis coaches discover an unexpected truth about Jesus.
A Yawo man seeks to discern God's voice following a dream.
Kevin journeys with an H friend.
Mrs S continues to praise God.
Whether sitting in a village in Malawi, a yurt on the Silk Road or a temple in Thailand, it always begins with a conversation.
After initially being unsure, Mrs B and her granddaughter are now part of the faith community.
Through English teaching, the team is forming connections within the community.
Through the cafe, Miss I has the opportunity to hear about Jesus.
Over their morning coffee, Rob and Deb are building a good friendship with a local Khmer family.
A B woman's eyes are opened to the way of grace because of her husband's faith.
Eliza is invited to spend time with a group of K women in their rare time of rest.
Yawo believers share their experiences of God's power in their lives.
Rieka's faith is growing and she wants to share the Good News with her family... no matter the cost.
The healing of an Ethnic Thai believer inspires the faith of others.
The team is growing relationships through their tennis program.
An Ethnic Thai women chooses to follow Jesus and be baptised.
Max and Ezzie use eggs as a window for their B.I friends to connect with the Easter Story.
Ministry grows among garment factory workers in Bangladesh.
Yawo women explore the story of the Prodigal Son.
A young student decides to follow Jesus in Central Asia.
Noy, an Ethnic Thai believer, was recently baptised.
Through conversations, Joseph's heart changed and he moved from relying on law to accepting grace.
A former monk responds to the message of Jesus.
An indigenous church leader, Kara, responds with forgiveness after hurt.
In South Asia, much of our work is in partnership with an NGO.
The team in South East Asia is journeying with local staff and students at the Education Foundation.
Mae Phan is now one of the Ethnic Thai faith community leaders.
Som spent four years as a Buddhist monk before working day and night as a moto taxi driver to help contribute to his family’s rice-farming income.
One day after playing with a few local boys, Tim and Mel’s son Jarred asked his parents if they could pray for one of his new friend.
Kevin serves in Central Asia predominantly among H university students.
An Ethnic Thai follower of Jesus, Den, had to make funeral arrangements for a relative.
Every day the team interacts with K people as they go about their daily lives in the Silk Road Area.
It’s so exciting for the team in South East Asia to see local people hear and respond to the Good News.
David and Eliza have been living in the Silk Road Area for the past year.
Over the past decade, there has been amazing transformation among the Ethnic Thai communities we serve.
For 20 years, Ian and Wendy served in Malawi.
Max and Ezzie are serving among the B.I and making connections within their community.
Scott and Janelle recently returned to Cambodia and visited some Khmer friends.
When at a store recently, Bek was approached by a young salesman.
Paul recently had an amazing experience while visiting friends.
Before they completed their service in South East Asia Luke and Felicity visited friends from the S.I people group.
Morris recently spoke with a man, Das, in South Asia.
In Malawi, there are groups meeting often to study the Bible.
David and Eliza spend time each day learning the culture and language.
Kevin headed to a coffee shop to study for a language exam.
Kevin’s former language tutor Bb was a young man from the H people group.
Catherine arrived home one evening to find her friends Maly and Sokchea patiently sitting and waiting for her.
A man is healed in a Yawo village
A girl receives treatment to walk.
Faith communities in Thailand gathered together for a Bible camp.
Jesus appeared to a lady in a dream.
K farmer invites cross-cultural workers to spend time with him.
Som's eagerness turned into passion.
Larni seeks advice from cross-cultural worker Bek about her nightmares.
Student struggling with insecurity hears that God loves her.
Former Buddhist monk overwhelmed with the love of God
Dreams of Jesus lead Mrs R to put her faith in Him
Channy has no doubts that God is real
Ami now regards scared and wrinkled working hands as beautiful.
Mr. Ant has just completed a literacy course and asked to buy a Ciyawo Bible.
English classes builds friendships with the K people.
A Khmer man learns to play tennis and about Jesus.
A farmer decides to follow Jesus and listens to the Bible on a recording device.
A local student asks cross-cultural workers for a Bible
Ethnic Thai believer comes ready to be baptised.
B believer asked to be baptised
FIFA World Cup fever comes to town and inspires a community sports festival.
A local believer shares his hope with the disabled community.
Ian begins studying the Bible with the village chief.
Lulu supports a student as he seeks for the truth
Dave and Edwina have a significant conversation with their neighbour.