Romania

Short-term mission co-ordinator

You will mobilise local Christians, individuals, and teams from around the world into short-term missions reaching out to the southern and eastern parts of Romania. While there are many believers and strong evangelical churches in Transylvania, people in the Wallachia, Dobruja and Moldavia areas are still poor and almost unevangelised. You will be part of a church planting team that brings the Gospel to those who don’t yet know how to follow Jesus Christ

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Requirements

• Clear communication skills in person, by email, and over Skype 
• Knowledge of English and preferably additional languages
• Willingness to study Romanian
• Organisational and administrative skills
• Readiness to lead
• Flexibility and patience
• Readiness to learn more about the culture through exploration, training, and observation
• Enjoy travelling and meeting new people

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 Romania

Stories from Romania

Hugs, encouragement and 120 children under umbrellas

A recap of Bus4Life's ministry in Romania during the summer of 2018.

Games, experiments and Bible stories

OM uses an educational programme called KidsGames to share Bible stories in a public school.

Learning Evangelism skills in Romania

MDTe3 students spent almost one month in Romania learning and practising evangelistic methods to be able to reach out to people from other cultures.

People of OM- Aryel Grozav

Facebook Feature- Aryel Grozav

Blast from the past - Bus4Life Romania

Surprises await Bus4Life coordinator Esko when visiting a Romanian village: Meeting orphaned girls saved on a visit 26 years ago, and the former Chief of Police from the Communist era.

A Blessing to the World

Rafael Nastase is the field leader of OM Romania. He tells his story and describes the current work of OM Romania.