Participate in an existing house/simple church network in Chile by working alongside business people and their families. Engage in ongoing proactive discipleship of national leaders. Possible part time work/business in the community.
Contribute to an inner-city church by assisting in children’s ministry, Sunday worship, immigrant ministry, and/or church building renovation and maintenance.
Join an international church planting team in a village on the outskirts of Prague, Czech Republic.
Practicing or retired professors are invited to teach for a semester at one of two possible universities. Share your expertise in areas of specialty such as leadership, theology, or ESL. The assignment can vary greatly depending on location.
Serve as a teacher at an international mission school. Possible subjects include (but are not limited to): New/Old Testament, missions, theology, church history, and M.Div. classes. Be involved in the spiritual and character formation of students through a mentoring relationship. Resource church planters on the field. Partner with and support the local church in a pastoral leadership role.
People with a passion for building relationships are needed to model a viable biblical lifestyle in this predominantly non-Christian setting. Partner with a local church to equip believers and build relationships within the community. Become part of a missional community.
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 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.
Join a local congregation in a town setting and share gifts of music, preaching, and teaching English.
Experienced pastor needed to develop relationships with and coach local pastors and leaders. Experience in pastoring and/or pastoral counseling required.
Disciple local believers in house church or simple church communities in the Andes Mountains. Agricultural work and English teaching are also possible.
Teach at LCC International University in Klaipeda, a historic city on the Baltic Sea. Support community formation, spiritual growth, and cultural integration of students. See a current list of open positions at lcc.lt/where-you-fit.
Serve as a medical professional working with the Peruvian Mennonite Church in its healthcare ministry among the Quechua.
Intern with Petra Peacebuilders, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that cares for peacebuilders and humanitarian workers worldwide. A startup based in Malaga, Spain, Petra was formed to serve these valuable global workers who are often working in the areas of the world that are most difficult to be in and are therefore vulnerable to burnout. Support this work as an executive assistant to the CEO, as she and the core team provide practical support to these humanitarian workers through on-site resilience training, short-term and long-term coaching opportunities, and debriefing after challenging (and sometimes traumatic) field assignments. The work is full-time, with a minimum commitment of six months and a maximum service length of two years.
Be apprenticed to carry on the leadership development work of a seasoned EMM worker. Engage in both formal and informal discipleship. Applicants must be able to live and travel in in very basic, rural conditions. Fluency in French is strongly preferred. Given the cultural context, this position is for male applicants only.
Work with the Life Enrichment Church (LEC) — a Thai-Issan house church network in southeast Thailand — in giving leadership to developing the church’s ministry to the children, youth, and families of their districts. Engage with other possible avenues of ministry, such as working for child abuse prevention and rescue or broader involvement with the LEC. Position is suitable for an individual, couple, or family interested in serving multiple terms. An initial three- to four-year minimum commitment is required for focused language and culture study.