Responsibilities: support IM global servants; maintain relationships with global partner organizations. Qualifications: bachelor’s degree in religion, sociology, philosophy or a related field required; master’s degree in missions, divinity, theology, religion or a related field preferred
IM global servants work alongside partner organizations around the world to advance the work that is already being done and to contribute their unique gifts to furthering God’s kingdom. They are adults of all ages with a diverse array of backgrounds and interests, and they serve in a variety of different ministries.
The Indonesian island of Sulawesi was devastated by a massive earthquake and tsunami on September 28, 2018, followed days later by a volcanic eruption. International Ministries is now working with local partners to provide emergency relief and lay the groundwork for long-term recovery for those affected.
This project seeks to raise $34,500 per year for the next three years to build on an already successful project implemented in 2012 to train and equip people in South Africa who are living in poverty to breed chickens for food and income.
This project aims to reduce health disparities for low-income families, helping to prevent, reduce and treat disease, promote good health behaviors and empower local leaders to foster community development.