Bus4Life serves as a ministry platform to reach the least reached communities in Eastern Europe. It’s a mobile ministry centre, outdoor cinema, health check-up clinic, bookshop, community centre, and meeting space. As the driver, your responsibility is to operate the vehicle and to drive it to outreach locations in Central and Eastern Europe. The vehicle is registered as a truck so the driver needs to have a category C driving license (EU).
Formerly a mobile library, Bus4Life is a multifunctional ministry centre that serves the communities of Central and Eastern Europe. It brings Bibles and Christian literature to the people living in towns and villages who would otherwise have limited or no access to them. Each Bus4Life visit is accompanied by a local outreach team that carries out evangelistic programs for all ages. The ministry is committed to working together with the national and local churches, providing them with quality Christian literature, ideas, and supplies in local ministry and outreach.
The vehicle is registered as a truck so the driver needs to have a category C driving license (EU).
- Experience driving a heavy-duty vehicle
- Willing to serve
- Some technical understanding and willingness to learn more
As soon as possible
Das Team von OM Ukraine startet in einer nördlichen Provinz von Odessa, nachdem es dort an einem Bus4Life Einsatz teilgenommen hat, ein Gemeindegründungsprojekt.
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OM Ukraine team gets excited about church planting in a northern Odessa province after participating in a Bus4Life outreach in the area.
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A volunteer from Hong Kong shares about her experience on a short-term trip, visiting orphans and elderly Jewish people.