Who We Are

OpenMission is an IdentityMan Labs project designed to create software that supports churches and missionaries of the Christian faith in spreading the Gospel and fulfilling The Great Commission.

The OpenMission project seeks to accomplish this goal by providing missions feeds, news stories, information, resources and applications to digitally equip and inform the church body.

What We Do

Missions Feeds

We provide news updates from blog posts and other feeds from missionaries and missionary organizations.

News Feeds

We also provide relevant news feeds from news organizations around the world about the state of Christianity.

Gospel Resources

We provide evangelical gospel resources to help you in your understanding of Bible Studies and the Gospel.

Applications

Our goal is to build applications that enable missionaries and churches to make disciples and fulfill The Great Commission.


Verse of the Day

26 Jan

James 4:10

“Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will lift you up.” ...


Latest Posts

26 Jan

God’s Plan In A Nutshell

Perspective by Jack Kelley You were the model of perfection, full of wisdom and perfect in beauty. You were blameless in your ways until wickedness was found in you (Ezekiel 28:12,15). There is nothing in the Bible to tell us when the angelic realm was created. The post God’s Plan In A Nutshell appeared first on Grace thru faith. ...

25 Jan

What Is the Meaning of Life?: An Interview with Ben Stuart

What would you say to the statement that God’s purpose for your life is for you to struggle well? That it’s about driving the evil dictator out of your heart and establishing the true King so you can overcome the deceptive strategies of sin aimed specifically at your weaknesses that bend your behaviors to broken The post What Is the Meaning of Life?: An Interview with Ben Stuart appeared first on Bible Gateway Blog. ...

17 Jan

9 years…

Yesterday I woke up to an email from the family that received me in Germany this week nine years ago. Time is an interesting concept, regardless of how concrete it is, there will always be a bit of abstract reality to it! But yes, celebrating nine years getting to serve on the field! In reflecting... Continue Reading → ...