To the Uttermost Parts of the Earth

BRINGING THE GOSPEL TO THE MOST REMOTE AND FORGOTTEN PLACES ON EARTH

Celebrating 15 Years

It was 15 years ago that Philip and Sharon Smethurst launched Overland Missions in Cocoa Beach, FL.  However, the vision was conceived much earlier in Phil’s spirit as a young soldier.  It was in the remote bush of Africa that he looked upon the faces of families touched by war and yet they had never heard the name of Jesus.

Watch our video archives of the conference and we look forward to 2015!

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EXPEDITIONS

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ZAMBIA

ZAMBIA

CAMBODIA

CAMBODIA

BRAZIL

BRAZIL

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Stories From the Field

Expectation

January is almost up, and I find myself thinking about the word expectation. Just what am I expecting from this year?  What am I looking for God to do?  I feel like this last year was a roller coaster of...

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into the fields

As I have read the Gospels over the years, the belief has grown in me that Christ did not come to found an organized religion but came instead to found an unorganized one. He seems to have come to carry...

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The Gift of Relationship

With another year behind us and a new one wasting no time, I took a minute to relive our first months in Inhambane, Mozambique. Those fragile "just starting out" days, the way the year 2014 will be remembered from our...

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Every Promise Yes and Amen

There is no expiry date on the promises of God. Even though there are different times and seasons in our lives, there is never a time or a season for the promises He gave us. The time is always NOW,...

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