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Conduct research in communities in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico so that communities without churches will be identified. Your work will make an eternal impact by opening the door for church planting. Your task will require long hours using various modes of travel that will be rewarded through learning new cultures and meeting new friends.
Oaxaca, Mexico is a wonderful place to learn culture, drink great coffee, laugh, and share the Gospel. The people here are warm and friendly and know about God but many do not know about a personal relationship with Jesus. Come to Oaxaca and learn the culture, improve your Spanish, and share hope with those who need to hear about Jesus. You will invest in people who want to learn English, share life with dozens of missionary kids, and feel your heart melt at a local children's home.
Participate in an on-going project of sharing the Gospel through English classes. (1) by teaching English classes, (2) by building meaningful relationships with students and teachers, (3) by doing individual, relational evangelism, and (4) by participating in ongoing evangelistic discipleship cells or simple churches as your time, interests and abilities permit.
Walk alongside a missionary wife in daily missionary life, dedicate a majority of time investing in the lives of a 9 year-old and 7 year-old teaching home school. In the afternoons and weekends you will have time for ministry in San Luis and outlying Peruvian mountain villages working alongside this missionary family.
Give a week, give a year, and make an impact on the edge of lostness. A willing heart, a flexible spirit and a desire to follow God are most of what you need. We've got volunteer needs in both the crowded mega-cities, as well as backpacking to remote villages.
Spend 2 to 3 years on the edge in the Americas. Needs range from huge megacities to rural villages, from working with urban professionals to village residents. Put your skills to work as a journeyman (ages 18-29), ISCer (open to singles or families), or Masters (ages 50+).