Relationship-based Church Planting in South Asia

Relationship-based Church Planting in South Asia

Region
South Asia
Ministry
Outreach
Duration
Long Term | Mid-Term
Religion
Hindu | Muslim | Other

Join a newly formed team in South Asia who are planting churches through relationship discipleship.

A team in South Asia is focussing on building relationships as they seek out People of Peace. Their main priorities are to practice hospitality and relational openness, to grow in Christlikeness and holiness, to grow deeper in personal discipleship, and to exercise prayer–and they want to do all of this in front of their friends and neighbours so that they will see a true model of who Christ is. They hope that their relationships will lead to DBS groups and eventually churches.

If you think you might be a good fit for this team, get in touch with our office team to find out more.

Not exactly what you’re looking for? Pioneers has hundreds of cross-cultural mission opportunities available – far too many to list on our website. Get in touch with our mobilisation team to find an opportunity that’s right for you!

The missionary will need to raise funds to join this ministry.

 

Photo by Dario Valenzuela.

Homeschooling Helper Needed in South Asia

Region
South Asia
Ministry
Education
Duration
Mid-Term
Religion
Buddhist | Hindu | Muslim

Want to support a family in a mountainous region of South Asia through helping homeschool their kids? 

A family in South Asia is looking for someone to spend a few hours a day, 5 days a week, with their 3 children (ages 6, 7, and 10) helping them through their homeschool curriculum. This will free the parents for more effective language learning and local ministry, and will help the entire team minister more effectively in their area. The homeschool helper would be considered a full-fledged member of the ministry team, participating in worship times and accountability. Other ministry opportunities will arise and could be pursued in addition to helping with the children.

The family are open to a male or female. Accommodation is available with an existing team member (or separately) if the candidate is female. If the candidate is male, the team will assist him in finding accommodation.  The homeschool helper is needed for any length of time between now and Autumn of 2020. No teaching experience is strictly necessary.

The team is currently made up of 3 young families and a single woman.

If you can see yourself giving a year or so to this type of ministry, we’d love to hear from you!  Get in touch with our mission mentors today!

Not exactly what you’re looking for? Pioneers has hundreds of cross-cultural mission opportunities available – far too many to list on our website. Get in touch with our mission mentors to find an opportunity that’s right for you!

The missionary will need to raise funds to join this ministry

Watersports Enthusiast? Look No Further!

Region
South Asia
Ministry
Sport | Business or Admin
Duration
Long Term
Religion
Hindu | Muslim

Looking for a purpose driven job?

Has God called you to invest yourself in something meaningful? This could be your opportunity to work in a “business as mission” environment. A beach resort in southern Asia is looking for an adventurous, dynamic Christian couple or single with experience in the hospitality field and with a passion for people & nature.

As host of our resort, your main focus shall be on Guest Relations and Quality Management.

You will have:

  • strong leadership qualities and experience in leading a team
  • intercultural experience
  • emotional intelligence
  • excellent communication skills

You love nature, are passionate about watersports and want to see the Kingdom of God advancing through your work.

The package we offer:

  • remuneration of a fixed monthly basic salary of USD 1.000,- plus 3% of the turnover of the resort
  • complementary housing
  • complementary meals
  • free use of Kitesurfing and watersports equipment
  • contract period: 3 years

If God just spoke to you, get in touch with our mobilisation team today! We’d love to tell you more.

Not exactly what you’re looking for? Pioneers has hundreds of cross-cultural mission opportunities available — far too many to list on our website. Get in touch with our mobilisation team to find an opportunity that’s right for you.

Bee Keepers (Amongst Others) Needed in South Asia

Region
South Asia
Ministry
Agriculture | Education | Community Development
Duration
Long Term | Mid-Term
Religion
Hindu | Tribal-Animist

Help rural villagers through a variety of community development endeavours, including teaching bee keeping to locals.

A team in South Asia seeks to minister to unreached villagers through various community development and business projects. The team currently run a tuition centre for children where they teach basic computer skills, and Spoken English and help with homework. They are eager to welcome people with other skills who might help start small agriculture-based businesses or teach basic business skills to rural people.

The team are particularly looking for people who can train adults in agriculture-based businesses, especially someone who is able to train villagers in bee keeping, which would provide an income and ward off wild elephants which pose problems to the villagers.

Prayer warriors are also very welcome. If this mission opportunity sounds like you, why not get in touch? One of our mobilisers would be happy to chat with you about this and other possibilities.

The missionary will need to raise funds to join this ministry.

Not exactly what you’re looking for? Pioneers has hundreds of opportunities to serve cross-culturally – far too many to post on our website. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, get in touch with our mobilisation team to find out about our many other opportunities.

Photo by Sandy Millar.

One-Year Internship: Business as Mission in South Asia

Region
South Asia
Ministry
Art & Media | Business or Admin | IT
Duration
Mid-Term
Religion
Muslim

Use your business skills to reach the lost in South Asia.

We are a business team with the vision to see reproducing house churches established in the Muslim communities of our city. We have identified business as an excellent way to gain access into these closed communities and bless them on a multitude of levels. Our ultimate goal is to see transformed lives and communities.

What is the vision for the one-year internship?

  • Join the existing field team to engage the local community in relationships through a handicraft export business.
  • Gain practical church planting training and Business as Mission (BAM) training with an experienced field team.
  • Learn language and culture while serving the community.
  • Be mentored by a more mature member of the field team.

What are the basic qualifications?

  • You must be at least 21 years old and available to spend at least six months on the field.
  • Because of both cultural issues and the makeup of the existing team, single men will be ideal for this role. However, single women are also welcome, providing they are willing to split their time between helping care for children and helping with the business. Couples are also encouraged to apply.
  • The preferred time of service is from August to July, but other timeframes will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • The team are looking for people who have experience in product design, graphic design, social media marketing, photography/videography, sales/marketing, quality control, management, accounting/finance, writing, nursing/medical skills or other skills that would contribute to a small business.

    The team will definitely consider people who don’t necessarily have the particular skills listed above.  These skills would be HELPFUL but not required.  However, a willingness and humility to do whatever needs to be done is required.

  • A humble, teachable spirit and commitment to grow in God’s grace.
  • A love for the gospel and commitment to being continually impacted by its power.

What ministry activities will the intern be involved in?

Our team has a handicraft export business. We work with Muslim artisan men in silver and brass jewelry, gemstones, textiles, wood, and handmade paper. We also work with uneducated Muslim women who have previously had no source of income. Often these women are not allowed to leave their homes for cultural and religious reasons, so we train them and offer them work in textiles and jewelry that they can make in their homes. We give them fair wages in a caring community. We’ve helped them establish their own cottage industries and trained them in management skills. Because we work side by side with these Muslim artisans, we are able to share truth with them regularly and identify which people are interested in going deeper. Our ultimate goal is to see transformed lives and communities.

Interested in learning more? Get in touch today!