Do you have a heart for intercession? Join a team that senses the need for overcoming the spiritual, cultural, and religious strongholds through the power of prayer. This business-focused team has been practicing Fair Trade principles as a church planting model for four years.
As their ministry develops and expands, they are seeing spiritual opposition increase. They believe prayer will open doors that would otherwise remain shut.
Come be a part of this business team and take up the "job" of intercession. Join in daily intercession meetings; be available to pray with others; initiate prayer-walks and help facilitate prayer retreats.
The person we are seeking should be:
Do you like parties, dinners, games, baking brownies, and more parties? How about relational counseling, teaching English, leading Bible studies…and more parties? Then come and have a ministry with plenty of variety as you work with university students where you can use English teaching as a tool for evangelism. Build relationships with some of the brightest young people in the country. Come and help the future leaders of Thailand with job applications, writing references, reading assignments as well as many other tasks as you connect with then in individual and group settings.
Learn to incorporate Bible stories into a secular English teaching program and gently introduce students to key concepts about God. Help them learn that they can study English using Bible stories. The team encourages students to learn more by coming to Bible class where praying, singing and discussing God’s word helps them understand the message of the gospel. Invite those students to attend the English-speaking or the Thai-speaking churches in the area. As students become Christians, they have a solid foundation for growing in their faith and forming their own small groups. Are you a night owl with a passion for university students? Join us because we need more teammates!
Come work alongside a national believer who has a heart for tribal people. Be a source of encouragement and friendship as you work together with children who have little access to the Gospel. There are open doors to teach English as a way to build relationships and trust with the children and their families. This opportunity is for women only and the time frame is flexible.
Do you have business experience? Do you love food? Join a team that has started a business focused on selling food as their primary church planting strategy. Help with menu planning, pricing aspects and business principles in general. If you are interested in helping to launch this creative business, we would love to talk with you. Through this business you will have opportunities to build relationships and significantly impact this spiritually dark land with the truth of the gospel.
Do you want to experience church planting efforts in an existing local church? Then come and work with a team as they seek to strengthen the church and teach a real understanding of salvation. Come work in an area with great need with the least opportunity. Volunteer at day schools, work in youth ministry or help children at risk. Lend a hand with the local feeding program while working alongside seasoned missionaries. For teachers, come and help with the home schooling needs of missionary children. For trained professionals, there are medical needs in a local clinic for nurses, doctors and therapists. If you are a tradesman, we need you to come teach skills to young people.
Come live with a local family and learn Spanish and culture. Or, if you’re proficient in Spanish, then you can learn Quechua. Join this team and attend their weekly prayer meetings and have a missionary mentor for accountability.
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!
Do you have a heart for Muslims and see the need for the Gospel to spread in the Arabian Peninsula? There are many opportunities to use your gifts and skills as a way to gain access to some of the most difficult places in the world. Join other tentmakers who are using their vocation as a way to build relationships and share Christ’s love. There are opportunities in health care, education (grade school, university, post-graduate, and TEFL/TESOL), pastoral positions, students, etc. We would love to talk with you and hear how the Lord is leading you. Look into opportunities to use your skills in the Arabian Peninsula.
Many are paid positions with a one year contract
If you are interested in not building on another man’s foundation, consider working in a rural part of Thailand with no known churches or believers. Among this people group are some of the area’s most poor and oppressed, who until now, have had no opportunity to hear about Jesus. Engage in mercy ministry, addiction recovery, youth ministry and more. Through prayer walking and finding people who are interested in learning about God, be part of a team that will begin pioneering the first disciple-making movement among this unengaged people group. Watch this video.
Bring Christ to the Arab World by doing holistic community ministry in an urban neighborhood. Join a team that seeks to offer high quality services that meet the needs of the local immigrant population - mostly North Africans. Ministry opportunities include an after-school tutoring program (for Grades 1—12) five days per week, a weekly clothing Thrift Store, and as-needed food bank and home support services. We are looking for young adults eager to live and serve in this social environment.
Come alongside unchurched urban children and families through teaching English at a community center. The center has classes on everything from computers and cooking to sports, music and woodworking. Use the skills that God has given you to open doors to minister to the urban poor. There is also a medical side to the center, with opportunities for doctors, dentists, optometrists and psychologists to share the love of Christ through meeting physical needs. Spend time learning Spanish and the local culture as you build relationships.
-Teach at a community center
-Use healthcare as a way to share Christ's love
-Ministry opportunities include teaching English, computers, sports, cooking, sewing, self defense, music, woodworking, aerobics, medical outreaches
-Learn Spanish and the local culture