- "Though I was only in George for two short weeks, I felt God open my eyes to so much, and He taught me a lot through our experiences and the people we met."
- "Through OAM, I obtained a better understanding of what it means to see people (including myself) the way God sees people - all equal and in need of a Savior"
- "Being at OAM really reminds me how Jesus came to earth to serve, and that we are called to do the same, no matter where we are and that there is so much that God has given us."
- "OAM helped me to see that living for God is the hardest challenge, but no matter how good or how bad the path is, as long as its for God and my experience showed me exactly this!"
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A few years ago we moved to George to do what we believed He wanted us to do and by His grace alone, despite challenges and imperfections, within the first few years we launched a fewprojects: building homes for people…
At the end of March the 10 week Love and Life Skills programme came to an end. During this programme we aimed to empower 20 of our Sports Academy students to make good choices about sex, relationships and everything in-between….
After 2 weeks of volunteering with us we were very sad to say goodbye to the Shankill Team from Belfast, Northern Ireland. The team was made up of 10 young people from a community service project called the Shankill Area…
We welcomed a team from the Bethel Church in Redding California, for a week in March. This team was incredible and really touched the lives of everyone they met. They held 11 church services whilst they were here, at Patria…
On Friday we were pleased to welcome two new volunteers from the Netherlands. They will be with us for 3 months. Find out more about them on our blog!
Head over to our blog, to read about an exciting new programme we are running with our Sports Academy Players called Love and Life Skills!