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Your Mission is Our Mission: Leading Youth to Christ

by Heather Huber
Posted on 1st August 2019
At OSCAR, Your Mission is Our Mission. OSCAR exists to support you and the mission that God has called you to. With a wide range of resources to keep Christian individuals and charities from having to do it all themselves, OSCAR comes alongside each one in a variety of ways. Paul Bennett, Centre...

Your Mission is Our Mission: Resourcing Churches

by Heather Huber
Posted on 1st July 2019
At OSCAR, Your Mission is Our Mission. OSCAR exists to support you and the mission that God has called you to. With a wide range of resources to keep Christian individuals and charities from having to do it all themselves, OSCAR comes alongside each one in a variety of ways. Claire Franks, World Mission...

Your Mission is Our Mission: A Lifeline

by Heather Huber
Posted on 1st June 2019
At OSCAR, Your Mission is Our Mission. OSCAR exists to support you and the mission that God has called you to. With a wide range of resources to keep Christian individuals and charities from having to do it all themselves, OSCAR comes alongside each one in a variety of ways. Peggy Franks, International...

Your Mission is Our Mission: Providing Rest

by Heather Huber
Posted on 1st May 2019
At OSCAR, Your Mission is Our Mission. OSCAR exists to support you and the mission that God has called you to. With a wide range of resources to keep Christian individuals and charities from having to do it all themselves, OSCAR comes alongside each one in a variety of ways. Owen Davies, Shunem...

Your Mission is Our Mission: Ending FGM

by Heather Huber
Posted on 1st April 2019
At OSCAR, Your Mission is Our Mission. OSCAR exists to support you and the mission that God has called you to. With a wide range of resources to keep Christian individuals and charities from having to do it all themselves, OSCAR comes alongside each one in a variety of ways. Andrea Brookes, 28 Too...

Journalling

by Shawna Levet
Posted on 1st March 2019
Even if you don’t consider yourself a prolific writer, the practice of putting your thoughts down with pen and paper is powerful and transformative — especially during a trip abroad. It forces you to probe the deepest places of your heart and mind and ask tough questions. It gives you...

Missionaries are People Too

by Fiona Mearns
Posted on 1st February 2019
Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.  1 Thessalonians 5: 11   If someone came to your home and cheerfully presented you with a bag of used tea bags as a gift, I suspect – like me – you’d be taken aback.  Whatever your...

OSCAR in Numbers

by Mike Frith
Posted on 1st January 2019
Here's a little snapshot of OSCAR at the end of 2018: Number of visits to the website in 2018 = 180,000 Number of pages viewed in 2018 = 1,200,000 Number of jobs/opportunities advertised in 2018 = 2,500 Number of events advertised in 2018 = 252   Number of pages on website = 1300+ Number of articles =...

Reverse Culture Shock

by Joanne Elsworth
Posted on 1st December 2018
Cowering by the radiator in my mother’s home, wrapped in my large pink fluffy dressing gown, was my first experience of reverse culture shock. In my early twenties I had spent time living and working in a South East Asian Orphanage for children with disabilities. Being immersed daily into poverty,...

Taking a Sabbath

by Nicky Brand
Posted on 1st November 2018
Practice of taking a Sabbath? In my life prior to being a full -time missionary I had not ever considered the principle of taking a Sabbath , but quickly became aware of what it can be like to be a full -time Christian worker. The demands are great, we set our...
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