Israel

I2N – Israel 2 the Nations

I2N - Israel 2 the Nations, is looking for people to make this pioneering opportunity a reality. The vision is to send a team focused on evangelism to young Israelis traveling in Argentina/Chile, New Zealand and South Asia, then following up with some of them after returning to Israel at the end of the program. A two-month period of training in Israel will prepare participants before they travel. For outdoor enthusiasts, hiking & rock climbing with Israelis are available ministry opportunities.

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Requirements

You must have a lot of passion, drive and initiative. You will be experiencing new cultures, traveling, and pioneering a new ministry.
Participants must be able to do a lot of walking, the ability to do basic hiking, ascend/descend stairs.
Must be flexible, self motivated.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

1 Year

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 Israel

Stories from Israel

Frieden in der Pandemie

Eine Familie in Israel fand heraus, dass sie, weil Gott sich während des Coronavirus um sie kümmert, in der Lage ist, seinen Frieden in Wort und Tat weiterzugeben.

Finding hope in the Negev Desert

Though Israel was not Casey's first choice, God showed her how He brings hope to the hopeless to the Bedouin in the Negev Desert.

Finding peace on the frontline

A doctor in Israel trusts the Word of God to keep her focus on Him.

Letting the Holy Spirit lead

A German woman is led by the Holy Spirit to an Israeli Jewish woman whose family was killed during the Holocaust.

Financial uncertainty

One family is unsure of their future on the field due to the devaluation of their home country's currency as a direct result of the coronavirus.

Paz durante una pandemia

Una familia en Israel descubrió que porque Dios los cuida durante el coronavirus, ellos pueden compartir la paz de Dios en palabras y en hechos.