Collaborate with a team of Christians to launch new business ventures in a pioneering mission location. Entrepreneurs, managers, financial directors, marketing experts, human resources directors, and spiritual mentors are needed.
Provide general management for a transformational business of about 30 employees bringing affordable access to clean water in Southeast Asia. Skills in financial management and strategic planning are especially needed.
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.
Teach "Essential Skills and Dispositions" courses at a private school to Vietnamese middle and high school students. Full-time schedule of 24 class periods per week (40 minutes per period). Language of instruction is English; Vietnamese interpretation provided. Orientation and curriculum introduction provided; ongoing coaching possible.
Work with partners along the Silk Road and around the world in an import/export business. Focus on goods such as food products, coffee, textiles, and possibly others. Be willing to invest significant time in the global business market.
Learn Chinese language and culture on location in the heart of the Silk Road. One-on-one learning options are available, as are two- to six-student class environments. Partner with both local and expatriate brothers and sisters.
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.
Serve as a teacher at an international mission school. Possible subjects include (but are not limited to) Old/New Testament, missions, theology, church history, and Master of Divinity classes. Be involved in the spiritual and character formation of students through mentoring relationships. Resource workers on the field. Partner with and support the local church in a pastoral leadership role.
Serve as a teacher at a private K–8 school that is a missional presence in a small town. Possible subjects include English, music, computer, math, and physical education. Get involved in a local fellowship. Prior teaching experience in a school environment or a degree in education strongly desired.
Serve as an English teacher at an international mission school. Be involved in the spiritual and character development of students through mentoring relationships. Partner with and support the local church.
Join a missional community devoted to prayer and the ministry of the Word (Acts 6:4) in the heart of an ancient Muslim community in a South Asian megacity. Participate in weekly equipping and be mentored. Grow in prophetic and prayer ministry, with opportunities to practice in the missional community and in the surrounding neighborhood.
Collaborate with a team that is developing relationships and structures for a marketing consulting platform for local and international business projects. Skills in marketing and business management required, along with a commitment to sharing the gospel along the historic Silk Road.
Mentor children and youth while teaching basic English skills. ESL training or experience preferred.
Help develop and improve the educational program of Bezaleel, a Mennonite boarding school for rural K’ekchi’ youth in grades 7–12. Assist with administrative duties. School year starts in January.
Join a Deaf Mennonite church in ministering to Deaf children and young adults, who are often marginalized. Interpret for Deaf youth in high school. Explore employment possibilities for Deaf youth. Proficiency in American Sign Language required.
Work in a growing bakery in East Asia that supplies baked goods to local coffee shops along the Silk Road, or manage one of the coffee shops. Passion for baking, coffee, and training others needed.
Live in a dorm for university students in Phnom Penh. Teach conversational English, serve as a Christian mentor, and discover ways of serving in this dynamic city.
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.
Use computer programming skills to help a growing transformational business bring clean water to a community. Mobile and web app development skills are especially needed. Worker can serve on location or remotely.