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Rwanda is at a historically critical moment. Being internationally recognized as the leading example of post-war development, ministries in Rwanda have a unique opportunity to prepare for the church in Rwanda leadership that will speak with a Christian voice toward the future of the church and the country. New Creation Ministries (NCM) has an incredible track-record of discipling church leaders using non-traditional methods. And, in light of development within the country, NCM is beginning a Bible college to strategically train Christian leaders at the bachelors degree level. Read More
ESEPA BIBLE COLLEGE AND SEMINARY is seeking missionary professors to teach full-time in San Jos_, Costa Rica. ESEPA is an evangelical, non-denominational organization with programs on the bachelor, master and diploma level. It has been prominent in preparing leaders throughout Spanish-speaking America (see esepa.org). Read More
ESEPA is an interdenominational evangelical Bible college and seminary, a partner school of Overseas Council International and affiliated with AETAL. ESEPA was founded in 1983 in response to the need for training evangelical Protestant ministers in Costa Rica; today its training extends to Christian educators, teachers and transcultural workers. The faculty consists of missionaries and of Latin Americans, many of whom are ESEPA’s own graduates. ESEPA’s reputation is international and its professors have the opportunity to make a deep and lasting impact on the academic life and mission of the Latin American church. See www.esepa.org Read More
Professors are needed at several seminaries, in various parts of the Philippines, such as International Graduate School of Leadership and Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, Asian Theological Seminary’s branch in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, and its Pastoral Advancement Program based out of Bacolod, and Koinonia Theological Seminary in Davao City, Mindanao. The Philippines has many young churches whose leaders have very little theological or ministerial training. The Philippines is also one of the most open countries in Asia for theological training and we have students coming from almost every country to study and prepare to return for ministry in their own country. In this way, the Philippines is a gateway to training and preparing workers for ministry among the unreached throughout Asia. Seminary programs include discipleship and internships for students to prepare them for effective ministry. Read More
We desire that the people of Uganda become well-educated and contributing citizens of integrity, godly family members, and globally-focused church leaders, in order to impact all sectors of society and the world for the glory of God. This will be realized through academic, vocational, and spiritual training of excellence. Your role could be through teaching at a Ugandan University. Read More