Belgium

Planter/Evangelist/Discipler

OM in Belgium is looking for people with a passion for Jesus and a heart to see churches planted throughout the whole of Belgium. Our aim is to carry out evangelism, discipling and church-planting in every area of Belgium, to strengthen existing churches, and, where appropriate, carry out development work. We are looking for people to pioneer and/or join new CP initiatives, as well as existing church plants.

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Requirements

We value people with different giftings, a common goal and vision of seeing multiple fellowships springing up throughout the nation. This is a long term work that requires going out into pioneering situations, and working in a team to start new churches in unreached places.

Belgium is a trilingual country - (Dutch, French, German) as well as very international (English and other languages).
Note: This is not a paid position.

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 Belgium

Stories from Belgium

Ein Kraftwerk

Der „Prayer Hub" ist ein neuer Dienst, um eine Kultur des Gebets in OM zu entwickeln und zu pflegen. Die Gründer, Boyd und Ribka Williams, haben das Gebet zu ihrem Dienst gemacht.

Prayer Hub

Prayer Hub is a newer ministry that exists to help develop and nurture a culture of prayer in OM. The founders, Boyd and Ribka Williams, have made prayer their ministry.

Combining personal passion with ministry

Ride2Transform allows teams on two wheels to pedal far and wide, praying and sharing the love of Christ in least reached areas in Europe and Africa.

Ready to reach Europe

OM field leader Martin believes Belgium has a strategic part to play, with OM, in helping grow a church planting movement in Europe.

Returning to Resource – in Belgium

Twenty years ago, Martin Turner (UK) worked with OM Belgium for eight years, from 1988-96, with local churches and immigrants. After secular work in the UK, he and his wife, Meryem (NL), returned to Belgium a year ago. Martin is the new Field Leader for OM Belgium. Meryem is involved with immigrants. She is also planning to teach the LAMP2* method of language learning to the team members. AnneMarit Viljoen met them to ask them about their return to Belgium.

Pieces of the puzzle

A suitcase sermon illustration helped Fredi understand what God had in store for him through full-time ministry with OM.