30 opportunities found.
To support and facilitate local ministries and cross-cultural missions by maintaining a ministry center dedicated to the unity of the Church and growth of God’s kingdom. To see others grown in their biblical knowledge and passion for God, embrace the abundant life they were freed to live through Jesus and increase the eternal impact believers have on the local community and beyond. The dream is to be a mobilizing agent with the provision of a well-maintained and fully equipped ministry center, resources and training.
WorldVenture in upper Guinea, West Africa is seeking to transform society through a multifaceted approach with each facet aimed at evangelism and impacting a strategic area of society. This opportunity seeks to assist local pastors and key nationals and their small congregations improve and see people come to Christ.
Join Freeset Business Incubator (http://freesetusa.com/) to ensure justice for the poor and oppressed through business. Freeset Business Incubator facilitates the planting and development of freedom businesses to regenerate and build vibrant communities with the ability to confront poverty and trafficking. Our vision is to create at least 10,000 jobs. It is about freedom – freedom for village girls at risk and freedom for girls who have been trafficked. Opportunities exist to partner with your current business or for volunteers to come and join the work. Opportunities also available to spend 3 weeks in country to understand the issues and vison, on the 'Freedom Encounter.' Further opportunities for developing skills and experience over a 1-year period on the 'Freedom Exposure' to prepare yourself for a business leadership role.
The last 20 years of ministry in Uganda has produced almost 2000 Baptist Churches. However, the Church remains a mile wide and an inch deep. To meet this challenge professionals need to integrate work with discipleship. Intro The Internship in Discipleship and The Ideas Workshop. High school graduates are trained in metal fabrication and carpentry in The Ideas Workshop which is owned and operated by The Internship in Discipleship. Your opportunity is to aid in the development, training and management of The Ideas Workshop and or the development and management of a NGO platform to own and operate The Ideas Workshop and other potential BAM projects in Uganda.
There are very few (if any) quality mechanics up in Gulu, so most of the expats try to get any maintenance work done in Kampala. As Gulu continues to grow, more and more cars will be on the streets, so starting up a mechanic shop would be good business/ministry opportunity. There is a strong need for skill training for young men which can be combined with discipleship. Since unemployment rates are very high, a shop can provide jobs, while it also provides an opportunity for spiritual growth. Hope Alive!, a WorldVenture child sponsorship ministry, is planning to start a vocational school in the Gulu area, so there will also be an opportunity to teach young adults at the school.
Unemployment rates are very high in Northern Uganda, so there is a great need for job creation. We are looking for someone who can start up small businesses, while training young local entrepreneurs. Discipleship will be integrated as the young entrepreneurs learn Christian business principles as they observe and participate in growing the businesses. Several small enterprises have already been started by expats up in Gulu, including a restaurant, a guest house, a solar company, and a yogurt factory, and most of them are run successfully now by local entrepreneurs. Training in general business principles is also a great need in the community, so there is an opportunity to conduct trainings as well.
Gain practical experience serving with Imani Collective, a women empowerment program providing hope and job opportunities to single, widowed, and disadvantaged women. Work in quality control and production operations, learning what it takes to manage a business in a developing nation.
Donor relations communicator; locate in USA with annual travel to Africa. Help develop top level church leaders for French Speaking Africa by assisting BEST (Bangui Evangelical School of Theology) in maintaining communication with donors and seeking sources of additional funding.
Sarobidy Creations began to come alongside the hard working yet impoverished women who have graduated from the Sarobidy Maternity Center. In doing so, women who are employed with Sarobidy Creations are trained in the art of jewelry making, sewing, and other artisan designs and are able to provide for their families through employment. Sarobidy Creations has a small but established market in the United States. Proceeds from the sales of these items helps to fund the operational costs of the Sarobidy Maternity Center.
Use gifts of hospitality to serve missionaries and teams passing through Bamako. This is an opportunity to participate in ministries going on in West Africa. As the guest house only requires part-time work a person is free to exercise their gifts and passions in other ministries in Bamako (i.e. University student outreach, teaching English, working with street children, etc.).
JCS (Joint Christian Services) Vision: to see Mongolians Building and Restoring Families, Churches and Communities Over the last 8 years JCS has seen a shift from working through relief projects toward the development and support of Mongolians in leadership. We would therefore want a new Executive Director to be sensitive to good ways of supporting Mongolians and the national organizations they lead. This would also include seeing more Mongolian involvement in JCS leader-ship and strategic development
Use your skills in finance and accounting to serve with Mountain Child, a partnering agency of WorldVenture that ministers to children and families in the Himalayas. MountainChild derives its values from a biblical worldview and exists for the purpose of raising awareness, resources and financial aid for humanitarian work carried out amongst impoverished children and their villages throughout the Himalayas.