After living in Albania for several years, Andrew and Alecia moved to Greece to make disciples among Albanians who have immigrated there. They recently partnered with local believers to plant an Albanian-speaking fellowship at the foot of Mars Hill in Athens, just steps from where Paul preached the gospel 2,000 years ago.
Beginning a new life in a foreign culture is daunting, but Pioneers has a solution—launch teams. Be mentored by a team of long-term church planters for up to two years while learning the language and culture. Take that one to two years to explore teams and areas where you can serve long-term.
Come teach English in one of the newest countries in the world! Join a team that is committed to seeing church planting movements initiated among ethnic Albanians. Since opening the English school, the team has had many opportunities to build friendships and share the Gospel!
Do you have a heart for students and relational evangelism? We are looking for teachers to join this team beginning in September 2012 or January 2013. ESL training is not required, but some teaching experience is helpful. Using a standard curriculum, you will teach a few classes a week freeing up the team to focus on building relationships outside of class. The school’s main focus is on teens, and they find that most of them start coming to Friday night youth group activities as well. Most life-changing ministry here takes place sipping cappuccinos in smoky coffee bars. If you have been looking for an opportunity to make a significant impact and can commit six months to one year, we would love to explore this opportunity together with you!
Spend 6 months to 2 years as a missions intern in Siberia while studying and living with Siberian, Russian and international students at a university where shamanist, Muslim and Buddhist worlds intersect. Learn from long-term missionaries and join their team, discipling students towards a relationship with Jesus through oral Bible storytelling. Learn from the experience of long-termers, the history of other missions movements, fellow students and interns and, most importantly, God. This Siberian internship is a great place to start your missional journey.