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Find Your Fit on the Mission Field

The TEAM world is full of opportunities for aspiring missionaries like you. So, we’re shining a spotlight on some of our favorites. Check out this week’s featured missionary opportunity — and explore previous opportunities at the bottom of the page. If you find one you like, we’d love to answer your questions and help you make it happen!
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ESL Teachers – Global

Ministry is based on relationships, and relationships are built with conversations. That’s what makes teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) such a powerful tool for building relationships and sharing the Gospel.

Around the world, knowing English means having access to greater opportunities — both in education and in the professional world. As such, classes, tutors and language partners are in high demand. The best way to learn a new language is to be immersed in it as much as possible, which means conversation with native English speakers is key. 

As an ESL teacher, you can teach formal classes, as well as provide one-on-one tutoring. As you talk with students, you’ll get to turn conversations to daily life, relationships, religion and God. In the context of ESL classes, these topics of discussion are welcome, as they provide a deeper level of language practice. However, they also open the door for highly personal discussions. Before long, you may just find yourself inviting students to an outside Bible study or to your local church service.

ESL teachers are wanting Guatemala, Thailand, Mozambique, Italy and other nations around the world!

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  • Strong communication skills
  • Desire and ability to initiate relationships
  • Experience making disciples
  • Teachability
  • Flexibility

Quick Info

Location: Global

Length: Long-term (3+ years), mid-term (2 years), short-term (under 9 months)

Ministry Type: Teaching and Education

Tags: ESL

Reference Number: See individual listings

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Outdoor Recreation Ministry – Mexico

Reconciliamar is an exciting ministry taking place on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, using outdoor adventures to transform lives through the good news of Jesus. And as the ministry continues to flourish, we need more people to join in. The outdoor recreation evangelism and discipleship team member will let their love of God’s creation shine as they lead an outdoor recreation ministry, including kayaking, hiking and camping, with an emphasis on evangelism and discipleship. You would work alongside experienced TEAM missionaries.

The goal of leading outdoor excursions is to build honest friendships that open pathways for genuine conversations about faith. That’s why they need you to know how to lead Bible studies and direct people to evangelical churches in the area.

Reconciliamar also teaches the importance of stewarding God’s creation. As Jesus changes lives, people are able to understand why it is important to do creation care. Reconciliamar offers an essential component to creation care that is often missed: the spiritual element. Through Jesus people can understand why caring for creation is so important.

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Creation Care Ministry – Global

Secular environmentalism often comes from a place of fear — that if we don’t watch out, we’ll lose all our resources. But as Christians, we get to share a much more thrilling story — that we serve a God who created a world with everything we need to live. And that when we care for that world, it declares our Father’s glory!

As a creation care missionary, you’ll get to serve in places where vegetation and tree cover has been cut down, streams no longer flow, wells have run dry and the soil doesn’t produce enough food. You’ll work with local communities to pursue initiatives such as:

The very nature of creation care work shows that you care for your host community in a way most outsiders don’t. Most creation care projects require spending substantial time with local people. As you work the fields, tend to your aquaponic fish farm or search for places to drill a well, you’ll have ample opportunity for long, deep conversations. When you give a community clean water or clean up its beaches, it’s natural for people to ask, “Why are you doing this?” As you share your environmental knowledge, you’ll become someone people trust, which means they’re more likely to listen when you talk about your faith. 

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Community Development – Dar Sila, Chad

In the heart of Africa lies one of the most unreached people groups in the world — along with eight others. Dar Sila, Chad, is experiencing peace for the first time in many years, and this once-isolated region is now more open to the Gospel than ever before. That’s why TEAM is calling people like you to join us in Dar Sila.

The region is home to several unreached people groups, as well as a significant refugee population from the Darfur region of Sudan. All of these people groups are Muslim and unreached by the Good News. However, the region’s great physical needs mean there are an abundance of ways to tangibly show Christ’s love to people in need.

We need workers skilled in creation care, social justice, creative arts, education and more. Life will be rustic, but as you help build the community, you’ll also get to build meaningful relationships with locals and refugees. You’ll get to know a culture unlike any you’ve experienced before. And you’ll get to lead people to Christ and teach them how to follow Him!

Karanda Mission Hospital Staff – Harare, Zimbabwe

Karanda Mission Hospital in rural Zimbabwe is a busy place. Each year, the 150 bed hospital treats over 75,000 patients and performs over 4,000 surgeries. Besides the hospital, Karanda’s nursing and midwifery schools, primary correspondence school and home-based care ministries provide an authentic Christian witness to everyone it serves. That means there are ample opportunities for people of all kinds of skills and giftings to serve.

Nurse educators are needed at the nursing and midwifery schools to produce qualified professionals, ready to serve their communities. And because Karanda staff see medicine as ministry, you’ll get speak God’s truth into students’ lives every day. As students develop their skills, you’ll help them build a foundation of Christ-centered service that they can build their careers on.

The hospital is also in critical need of a water plant systems manager. In this role, you’ll make repairs and improve efficiency on the system that provides water to hundreds of patients every day, as well as the local community. Frequent interaction with staff and local villages will also give you opportunities for discipleship, Bible studies and Jesus film screenings.

More opportunities include a primary school teacher, maintenance worker, hospital superintendent, HIV/AIDS prevention educator, community health workers, IT specialist and doctors of all specialties.

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Doctors and Surgeons – Harare, Zimbabwe

In the entire nation of Zimbabwe, there are just a few affordable surgical hospitals. Karanda Mission Hospital is one of them. Patients walk for days, weeks or longer to receive the lifesaving care Karanda’s staff provides. Not only is Karanda affordable, but the staff show expertise and love that is hard to find elsewhere. In fact, it’s so rare that people regularly come from surrounding countries for treatment!

However, Karanda Mission Hospital greatly needs more medical staff to keep up with the demand. The hospital provides 4,000 surgeries and sees 75,000 patients every year. Karanda needs doctors of all specialties, including general surgery, orthopedics, family practice, internal medicine, plastic surgery, pediatrics and ENT.

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