Christian Beginnings in Laos Southern Laos: Swiss Brethren and Overseas Missionary Fellowship The early days of the Swiss Mission training in southern Laos involved evangelism.
What does OMF stand for?
OMF stands for Overseas Missionary Fellowship
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- Organización Mundial Para el Futuro (Spanish: Organization for the Future; Mexico)
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- Office of Military and Federal Affairs (Maryland)
- Old Makeni Franciscans Association
- Ontario Music Festival Association (Canada)
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- OARS (Older Americans Resources and Services) Multidimensional Functional Assessment Questionnaire (Duke University)
- Operational Message from Base
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From 1980 to 1991 Taylor served as general director of the Overseas Missionary Fellowship, now OMF International, the mission founded by his great-grandfather.
The biggest beneficiaries were the Overseas Missionary Fellowship and the Chinese Overseas Christian Mission.
Respondents identified the Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF, 9 out of 51 responding), WEC International (8), and Wycliffe (WBT, 7) as the most excellent and respected international mission agencies, each of which has long been active in Korea.
The two biggest beneficiaries, of about pounds 500,000, are the Overseas Missionary Fellowship and the Chinese Overseas Christian Mission.
He was uncomplimentary about missionaries, whom he saw as poor in language and ignorant of culture, so he astonished me by asking me to pray about joining the Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF, the successor to Hudson Taylor's China Inland Mission) and coming to Japan to work with Kirisutosha Gakusei Kai (KGK, Christian Student Association), their national student movement, of which he was about to become general secretary.