Kosovo

Discipler

If you want to be part of an amazing transforming project in the heart of Europe then this is the opportunity for you!

In Kosovo there is an urgent need for strong, healthy groups of believers that can self-reproduce. The community of believers here is young and in many villages and towns, does not even exist.

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Requirements

We are looking for women and men committed to discipling and starting fellowships among new believers.

You will have the opportunity to share the Gospel in many ways. In Kosovo, relationships are foundational. To that end, you will be building relationships with the community as well as training and discipling them.

We are looking for committed people who have the desire to share the Gospel through relationships and in other creative ways.

Requirements:
- Strong skills in discipleship
- Willingness to intensively learn Albanian language
- Ability to work with a team
- A strong desire to share God’s love with people

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2-3 Years

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Photos from Kosovo

Stories from Kosovo

Loved at last

Anea's story is one of abandonment, misuse, tragedy and hurt. But through OM in Kosovo's House of Joy programme, she has found hope for her, and her daughter's, future.

Hope through the valleys

Although Debora's journey to get to House of Joy was one filled with valley after valley, she never lost hope and her friend Anita never stopped praying.

Sent out, two by two

Exciting gospel encounters happen when disciples go out two by two, as Jesus commanded in Luke chapter 10.

Reunited

Anita tells how she saw God answer her prayers in seeing Besjana from OM’s House of Joy programme reunited with her son.

God deserves to be worshiped in Albanian

In 2017, two OMers began a new ministry focussed on recording worship music in the Albanian language for the Albanian-speaking world.

Barbershop talk

Peter found a group of local men were very ready to discuss big issues with him when he went for a hair cut.