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Opportunities to Serve: June 2021

By Dan Challis
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  • Each month, we profile some current mission opportunities. Could one of these be right for you? Or how about sharing with someone you know?

    A full list of the opportunities available currently can be found at


    Central Asia, 12-23 Months, Interserve Job ID 1507

    A non-profit organization where expatriate professionals serve in partnership with local staff to build capacity in the sectors of health and development working together in hope for the welfare of the people of the country.

    To invest in the lives of expatriate children by carrying out the professional duties of a teacher as circumstances may require and in accordance with the programs policies under the direction of the Principal or Program Manager. In doing so we aim to meet the needs of expatriate children and support parents in their desire to serve the local people.

    Arabic Student Helper

    Arab World, 1 Month – 2 Years+, Interserve Job ID 1650

    Adult education centre offers English and Arabic courses to adults.

    Full-time students are needed for a new track of language learning which will involve language learning as well as coaching/training local teachers.

    You should be committed to learning Arabic at least 20 hours a week in a classroom as well as committing at least 5 hours a week for review at home. For the details please contact us.

    Youth Pastor (Intern)

    South East Asia, 1 Month – 1 Year, Interserve Job ID 1704

    This is an international English-speaking church whose purpose is to: Love God Love People Build his Kingdom. The church began as an international non-denominational church over 20 years ago and is affiliated with the Acts 29 Church Network. We are a church of 150-200 people from many different countries.

    The post holder will continue to develop our vision for youth ministry and implement it with the direction of the executive pastor. They will organize and conduct Sunday youth events and participate in the regular Sunday morning worship services outside of scheduled youth events. They will create a plan or strategy to connect with youth outside of the Sunday service. They will develop and implement a plan to collaborate with international church youth leaders on a regular basis.

    To learn more about any of these mission opportunities, or to apply for any of these roles, email

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