Teach English or computer skills to villagers willing to discuss spiritual matters. Native English speakers with at least two years of college in any field are qualified. A TESOL certificate would be helpful.
Contribute to an inner-city church by assisting in children’s ministry, Sunday worship, immigrant ministry, and/or church building renovation and maintenance.
Physicians, X-ray technicians/ultrasound techs, nurses, midwives, physical therapists, public health specialists, and a hospital administrator are needed to serve and help train local staff at a rural hospital in a Sierra Leone village. Be involved in disciple-making relationships as opportunities arise.
Strengthen and encourage a small body of believers by participating in discipleship and congregational life, as well as spending significant time reaching out to the community.
Tour a North African country and learn Arabic, sharing the good news of Christ’s love and forgiveness with locals; or focus on learning language, remaining mostly in one city. Be equipped to work with refugees and immigrants in your home area, and develop a deeper understanding of a region from which many of them come.
Work with one of several health clinics run by non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in a capital city in Central Asia. Seek additional opportunities to serve and build relationships locally.
An elementary school teacher is needed for the Sunshine School, a partner of the Anglican International School of Jerusalem (AISJ). Teach mostly Palestinian Muslim children, many of whom have experienced trauma in early life.
Handle technology and media needs for EMM's Christian/Muslim Relations Team (CMRT). Projects range from mailing list updates and computer backups to creating smooth systems of sharing information and resources in a secure yet accessible way. Learn about CMRT work through team meetings, periodic travel for speaking engagements, and one international trip with a team member.
Join a developing team in Marseilles, France, to form relationships in the community and establish a witness in this predominantly Muslim setting.
Invest in the lives of American, Korean, and European missionary kids (MKs) as you teach and mentor at an international school for MKs in Central Asia. See your impact multiply as you provide educational support for families engaged in a wide variety of ministry assignments. Learn the local language and engage with the community, sharing your faith with nominally Muslim locals and encouraging the young local community of believers.
Develop relationships with urban refugees through teaching English, sports outreach, or other creative means. Background in peacebuilding, trauma healing, or development a plus.
Work in community development as a trained counselor, health professional, consultant, engineer, agricultural specialist, or teacher in a multicultural city in Central Asia. Get involved in a local fellowship or house church. Four-year university degree required.
Will write articles and take related photos to facilitate communication with the North American constituency about EMM's work in the East Africa region.
Entrepreneurs, business consultants, accountants, and others with business training and experience will use their skills in the marketplace to have a social, economic, and spiritual impact in a small developing country. Various business opportunities abound for people with initiative and flexibility.
Teach urban refugees in a classroom setting or one-on-one. Experience in ESL or other teaching preferred.
Join a team involved in education, healthcare, and community development who collectively have four children age six and under. Provide regular child care, allowing space for parents to engage in language learning and other ministry. Participate as an active team member; take hold of the opportunity to live in a thriving African neighborhood with housing logistics already in place, study a prominent East African language, and build relationships with friendly neighbors. This position requires a six-month commitment at minimum.