Bosnia and Hercegovina

Church Worker

Are you passionate about helping local communities of Jesus’ followers grow up holistically, willing to use the gifts God gave you for serving and esteeming the local Church?
Our team in Bihać is looking for committed men and women gifted either in preaching, teaching, counseling, music, discipleship and/or evangelism, willing to come and stay with us long term.

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Requirements

Requirements:
-Experience serving within Church ministries.
-Certification or degree in Bible Studies, Theology or Counseling (strongly desirable)
-Ability to work within a multicultural team.
-Good command of the English language
-Willingness to intensively learn the Bosnian language.
-High cultural sensitiveness, open to learn and adapt.

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

2 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 Bosnia and Hercegovina

Stories from Bosnia and Hercegovina

Beautiful Sarajevo

In the Olympic city of Sarajevo, OM connects with the local people through spaghetti nights, sports, 'smoke breaks' and coffee.

The last warm stove

Over the years, God used OM Bosnia’s firewood project tremendously. For the first time since 1999, there will be no wood provision this winter.

Investing in education and eternity

Providing disadvantaged children with backpacks brings the gospel into homes in remote Muslim villages of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Believers in Bosnia spread God’s blessing

OM worker Jael shares about believers in North West Bosnia growing in faith and learning the joy of giving.

Answered prayer- heaps of snow!

A short-term team came from the USA to lead a snowboarding and skiing school on the mountains outside of Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina.Many good contacts were made through it

Practical help opens hearts

OM Bosnia supplies firewood to locals and an invitation to the local church for dinner, which opens their hearts to the truth.