North Africa

PLOT: Preparing for Long Term Orientation and Training

Be part of God’s PLOT with hands-on orientation and training to prepare for long-term ministry. You will support and contribute to the work of long-termers while studying language (local Arabic dialect), learning culture, and developing your own ministry and residency platform. You will also be able to travel and see what life is like around the country.  The aim is to learn, be exposed to many different experiences and discover how YOU can make a difference here, long-term, sharing the Gospel!

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Requirements

This program is an excellent opportunity for those with a long-term vision in North Africa and there are many opportunities to get involved in the local community (teaching English, business, arts, working with the poor and disabled, etc).

For more details, contact your home office.

- must be at least 24 years old.
- 2 years of work experience in the secular work environment recommended.
- 2 years of active involvement as a volunteer under leadership supervision or in a paid position at your local church recommended.

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 North Africa

Stories from North Africa

Crossing borders

Amid saw God birth and revive a vision for his people in a Muslim majority region as Amid and his family face unexpected changes

A vision for his people

Growing up in North Africa, Amid not only received Christ in his heart, but a vision to reach his people in North Africa.

No more excuses

Lila from Argentina wanted to go on a mission trip, but always had a reason not to. Then she found the opportunity to serve refugees.

Fresh start for church planters in Sudan

A new generation of Sudanese church planters, trained by an Arab OMer in North Africa, revive OM’s ministry in north Sudan.

Sharing stories in English class

Worker shares how OM’s storytelling course revitalised her English classes and friendships.

Treasure in the souk

A 12-year friendship gains spiritual traction when a North African woman buys a devotional book at the local market.