Disciple-maker/church planter

Start:
1 Sep 2023

Partnership Type

Full Time
Training

Commitment Length

2 years

Countries

North Africa North Africa

Partnership Overview

We are a community of Jesus followers living in Central North Africa with a passion and mission to share the love of Christ with the least reached of this region. We focus on prayerfully building relationships leading to disciple-making with the goal of establishing VCJFs.  We use businesses, language teaching, arts and music and tourism to grow links with the local communities. Media and follow-up ministries help us to develop new relationships with those who are seeking.

Required Skills

Our teams are working with the least reached of the North Africa with the goal of seeing VCJFs established.  Those with no prior experience in the region will begin with two years of training.

Living and working as an effective long-term worker in the North Africa starts with an intensive period of learning both culture and language.  Learning a dialect of Arabic is best done outside the formal classroom setting as a dialect is not officially a written language.

Our training is geared towards mentoring and helping you learn how to learn from practical experience and deep contact with the local culture.  Living together in teams, thriving in cross-cultural ministry and basic principles of church planting are also part of the training our participants will undergo.  It is our hearts desire to see a new generation of disciples who can disciple others. 

We are looking for trainees who are well grounded in their Christian faith and have already undergone basic discipleship training either in their home church, at a Bible school or other discipleship training program.  Our participants must also be self-motivated, teachable, able to meet and make new friends easily and committed to working in teams.

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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.