Arabian Peninsula

Medical professionals - paid jobs

Medical professionals don't need to be Arabic speakers although it will be a benefit.  They should be solid Christians who are interested in serving God and the people of the Arabian Peninsula. There are excellent expatriate schools in this country and an easy place to live.

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Requirements

*Minimum of 5 years Experience
*Worked for reputable organizations
*Apply through the website

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

As long as possible

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 Arabian Peninsula

Stories from Arabian Peninsula

Desert women

For Sophie, finding new friends sometimes means driving three hours into the desert and bumping over sand dunes in the back of a truck.

Mensaje de una mamá misionera

Paola y Daniel (Argentina) querían servir a Dios en otro país, pero sabían que no querían solamente arrastrar a sus hijos con ellos, sino que deseaban servir como familia.

From a missionary mom

Paola and Daniel (Argentina) wanted to serve God overseas, but knew they weren’t just taking their sons along for the ride—they wanted to serve as a whole family.

Combining professional excellence with obedience

A physical therapist takes her career to the Middle East, treating pain in people’s bodies and pointing them to the one who provides peace to their souls.

¿Qué tal si redefinimos la palabra, «misionero»?

Un pastor que sirve en la Península Arábiga, nos cuenta cómo los profesionales cristianos no son una clase diferente de misionero, sino que son el presente y futuro de las misiones.

La puerta está abierta de par en par

Un pastor que sirve en la Península Arábiga nos cuenta lo que es ser cristiano en el mundo árabe y sobre la realidad que la puerta está abierta de par en par para servir allí.