We are looking for someone with good organizational and communication skills and a passion for reaching unreached peoples to oversee our short-term outreach department.
You would be working with a multicultural team, based in a large city. As this is not a full-time role you would have plenty of opportunity for your own personal ministry alongside organizing the short-term outreaches.
We are also looking for someone who can take initiative to plan and find new opportunities, while working alongside our existing teams. You will need to be flexible and willing to adapt if things don’t go quite as planned!
You would need to begin with our training program and continue to learn language throughout your commitment.
As soon as possible
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