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.

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ZAMBIA

ZAMBIA

CAMBODIA

CAMBODIA

BRAZIL

BRAZIL

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FIELD JOURNAL

Stories From the Field

The Land which I am Giving

As spies our team was sent into the land of Cambodia. There to take careful note and report of the lands accessibility, occupancy, strongholds, and peoples in order to prepare the way for the infantry (Overland Missions expeditions) and establishment...

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Pioneering into the Congo

In July I was blessed to be a part of a small team that went to Democratic Republic of Congo to do reconnaissance for launching further ministry there in the future.  The trip was full of connections with people that...

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Giants

Giants tend to be everywhere, No I don't mean the sort of really huge men that you read about in books, or that you see on television shows, I'm more referring to the metaphorical kind.  Like the "oh hey I...

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A Mango Party

The golden, juicy pulp squished through Esther’s fingers and ran down her arms. Her face covered in mango, she exclaimed, “I wish we could have mangos every time!” Everywhere we looked, children had faces and arms covered in mango! The...

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