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A newly established tent making medical ministry in the Middle East is recruiting Physiotherapists, Osteopath, Chiropractor, Exercise therapist, Massage therapist who are mission minded and willing to work in a challenging cross-cultural environment.
Medical professionals don't need to be Arabic speakers although it will be a benefit.  They should be solid Christians who are interested in serving God and the people of the Arabian Peninsula. There are excellent expatriate schools in this country and an easy place to live.
The harvest is ready but the workers are few. This is certainly true in the Arabian Peninsula, the heart of Islam. We are looking for people who are called to focus on planting churches among the indigenous people groups in the AP, using their professional medical skills to transform communities.
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