OM in Belgium is looking for believers who want to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least-reached, and are prepared to invest their lives to make it happen. With a year or more commitment, you will learn the local language naturally, through contact with native speakers, and help to establish a new fellowship where there was none previously.
You want to see vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached. You're ready, able and willing to go to a new area and work with a like-minded team to start a new fellowship. When it's up, running, and self-sufficient, you're ready to leave it behind and go on to the next area. You're not trying to prove a point, you're not trying to invent a new kind of church, and you aren't trying to start a new denomination: you just want to see healthy, growing, multiplying churches in areas where there were none before.
It takes a special kind of person to start something up, and then to leave it when it can look after itself. If that's you, then OM in Belgium is looking for people just like you to help stimulate a church planting movement in Belgium. Not only will you be involved in establishing a new church, you will also be modelling and encouraging indigenous church planting among Belgian believers.
This is a ministry of hard work, heartache, frustrations and difficulties, but it is also a ministry of enormous rewards, fulfilment, delight and long-term fruit.
Everyone who is new to OM and has not been part of a similar programme in another organisation will spend their first year as part of our Year Programme, which will include working in their chosen ministry. This includes Bible training, language learning, and introduction to missions life and many opportunities to develop new skills and talents.
Visa: EU-citizen due to visa requirements. Health: Reasonable adjustments can be made for disabilities Willingness to raise personal support
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* The jobs listed on this website do not have a set salary. This means that the person who applies will need to raise their own support, which is money that they will use to live on. The amount of support money they need to raise will depend on things like where they are from, if they have a family, and what country they will be working in. There might be some jobs that pay salary, but these are rare and would need to be negotiated with the sending offices and the teams you'd like to serve with. If you have any questions about this, please contact your local home office. Always keep in mind that our ministry depends on generous giving from our partners around the globe and God's ongoing provision. Joining OM is always seen as a step of faith and trust in a God who will provide for our needs through his chosen people.