Radio 4VEH proclaims the Gospel through creative Christian programming in Haiti which is virtually void of television, telephones, newspapers, and mail delivery. Broadcasts include evangelism and Bible teaching as well as personal announcements, educational programs, health information, community development, agricultural advice, marriage and family counselling, specialised children's programs and more. 

We encourage you to support the purchase of one or more of these sunpowered missionaries (approximately $50NZD) to bring hope to poverty stricken Haiti.


The Caleb Institute has been set up as a trust in India, by Dr Graham and Carol Houghton (NZ missionaries). It is a response of the Evangelical Fellowship of India to the need of a Graduate Institution in North India to address several issues:

  • The Hindi of North India comprise 600 million and there is still no Post-Graduate Institution there.
  • There is a desperate need for studies that are Christian-centred and passionate about making Jesus Christ known in a way that they can understand Him and follow Him. Do you want to be involved in this new Institute by donating now?


Begun in 1992, the Moscow Evangelical Christian Seminary (MECS) offers theology, church ministry, youth ministry and camp ministry degrees at both the bachelors and masters levels. MECS is the only evangelical seminary registered with the government in the Moscow area.

With almost fifty students studying for the various degrees offered, MECS is looking to make an impact in Moscow and other parts of Russia.

As is the case with many of OMS’ seminaries around the world, the students attending MECS cannot afford to pay the entire amount needed to cover their costs.

Is God calling you to help fund the costs of a student to attend this seminary? Would you make a monthly donation to allow more students to get this education?


Pastor Rely and Lalaine Samonte planted a Church and Christian school in Malolos, Philippines. One Mission Society New Zealand in partnering with them in a new church plant with the Mangyan people on the Island of Mindoro in the Philippines. This community had no water, electricity, toilets or Christian witness. Volunteers from New Zealand have provided water and toilets and witnessed their faith in action. Many in the community now worship the Lord for themselves and meet together for prayer and teaching.

Is God talking to you about being involved by going, giving or praying? They still need funding to provide schooling and literacy for the adults. Pastor Rely visits every week with other church members. He needs funding to continue to teach these people. His vision is to start reaching out to other Mangyan communities also.


Jeannine Brabon, grew up in Colombia, South America. Following 16 years of ministry in Spain, she returned to Colombia in 1986 to teach biblical Hebrew and has pioneered an exciting prison ministry in Medellín.

Though few dared to visit Bellavista, Medellín’s maximum-security prison noted for daily murders, Jeannine and a team of Colombian evangelists carried the Gospel inside. As a result, countless lives have been transformed, and the murders have dissipated. In 1992, Jeannine began the Bellavista Prison Bible Institute. Through this discipleship programme, more than 600 prisoners have graduated and now minister to other inmates in penitentiaries all across the nation. More than 40 men, once prisoners and now free, serve as pastors or evangelists all over Colombia. One is a missionary in Chile.


In a culture where nominal belief is the norm, English camps in Ukraine are a great way for Ukrainian university students to see the reality of Jesus.

Our summer English camps give Ukrainian students an opportunity to meet a Christian with a vibrant relationship with Jesus for the first time. During the 10-day camp, many begin to see that God is relevant and can make a daily difference.

Do you want to help a Ukrainian student attend and be transformed by this camp experience? If you give $50 today, you will help cover a portion of the cost for one student to attend camp. A gift of $500 covers partial costs for 10 students!

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