Many ministries in OM are looking for qualified ESL/TESOL English teachers to work toward the purpose of seeing vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached. Some of these teaching opportunities involve building relationships with a particular people group, while others involve equipping missions workers for future ministry. If you are a self-motivated teacher who enjoys a new challenge and wants to work toward the purpose of reaching those who have never heard the gospel before, consider using your skills with OM. Participation in local ministry and team life may also be aspects of your role.
This is a brand new language school opening in 2019. You need to be able to develop an English curriculum for people starting at the A1 level, and be able to have someone achieve the B2 level. You should be able to use your teaching opportunities in a discipleship role to believers, as well as an evangelistic role to unbelievers.
The primary language spoken in this region is Ukrainian, so you will need to be willing to learn Ukrainian and or Russian.
You should be a person that loves a challenge, and loves to learn about and live in a new and different culture.
As soon as possible
As long as possible
OM Ukraine team gets excited about church planting in a northern Odessa province after participating in a Bus4Life outreach in the area.
After a trip to repair war damaged churches in the east, construction workers share their experience in order to inspire others to go.
God uses theatrical evangelism camps to impact children from vulnerable populations as well as the short-term volunteers who serve.
Turning organic waste into bio-fuel and French-fry oil into bio-diesel; all these are innovative ways of building sustainable income for the church in Kaharlyk.
A volunteer from Hong Kong shares about her experience on a short-term trip, visiting orphans and elderly Jewish people.
"The door for ministry is wide open to use our gifts," explains OM Ukraine Field Leader Wayne. "In my case, God is using my love for cricket to create relationships and influence people who have never heard the gospel...”