Arabian Peninsula

Business and Skilled Professionals

The harvest is ready but the workers are few. This is certainly true in the Arabian Peninsula, the heart of Islam. We are looking for people who are called to focus on planting churches among the indigenous people groups in the AP, using their professional business skills to transform communities.

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Requirements

There are opportunities to apply for secular jobs throughout the Arabian Peninsula in the following areas of business and other skilled jobs:
- Business Professionals
- Accountants
- Engineers
- etc.

Long term vision to reach the indigenous people groups in the AP and start church planting movements among them.

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

An architect explores using his passion in missions

For years, Gustavo, an architect from Central America, felt drawn to working in the Arabian Peninsula. Then, on a short-term trip, he saw what it could be like to use his profession overseas.

Un arquitecto explora cómo usar su pasión como misión.

Por años, Gustavo*, un arquitecto de América Central, se sintió llamado a trabajar en la Península Arábiga. Finalmente, se presentó la oportunidad de realizar un viaje de corto plazo para ver cómo sería utilizar su profesión en el exterior.

When Muslims are more like Jesus than I am

“While I waited the remaining few minutes for my flight, I processed what had just happened. I recognised too much of the ‘Good Samaritan’ parable in the situation, and, unfortunately, I wasn’t the unlikely passer-by who went out of the way to help: it was the Muslim woman,” shares Nicole.

Friendships are for sharing

Worker uses local friend’s introductions to intentionally share truth with young men.

Families on the field

Three families talk about their experiences serving in the Middle East with small children, a special needs son and teenage daughters.

More than a pay check

OM workers in the Arabian Peninsula use their jobs intentionally—as opportunities to develop relationships and share truth with their co-workers in least reached nations.