Mission to the World Organizes Recruiting Program

Nov 15, 2002 03:00 AM EST

As the need for missions across the World constantly emerges, the Mission to the World Organization recruits workers for Advance Teams to be deployed in Vina Del Mar, Chile, Acapulco, Mexico, Romania, Mexico City, Thailand, Bulgaria, and Kenya. These teams will be dispatched in various ministries including outreach to street and inner city youth, university students, and to the illiterate.

"Advance Teams" seek to advance the Mission To the World desire in advancing the gospel and "advancing reformed and covenantal church-planting movements in strategic areas worldwide." The teams are based on the Co-mission model, which targets the former soviet bloc countries after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Mission to the World and a number of other evangelical missions organizations sent short term "advance" teams to teach Christian morals and ethics in the schools of many of those countries. Consequently, many peoples came to the new churches planted by the organizations to find Christ. Currently, seven advance-team ministered churches are growing in the region of Ukraine.

Interested Individuals participate at intervals of two years. For more information, contact Carrel Meadows at 1-800-270-9932.

By Pauline J.
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