Go to Central Asia

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Are you the kind of coach or trainer who wants to see people reaching their full potential? Or train people to become excellent trainers? Willing to work among communities that are full of animistic and folk Islamic health beliefs? Then we are looking for you!

People here do all kinds of sports, but a good coach or trainer is hard to find.  This project aims to use sports for character development, leadership training, passing on the values of fair play, cooperation and perseverance.
Do you have a heart for teaching English? Do you want to use this skill to have eternal impact on the lives of Central Asians? We are looking for English teachers who are able and motivated to teach our mostly young students at various levels. Get involved, be part of our international team and make a difference in the lives of the people in our area!
Take that teaching diploma and invest in the lives of ‘missionary kids’ along the Silk Road.  Whether you’re a recent graduate or come with a lifetime of experience, whatever discipline you teach, MKs aged 5-18 are waiting for you!  You’ll play a vital role in the growth of the church as you release parents for ministry. We’re looking for teachers who are learners too, as you step out of your comfort zone and experience life in a unique culture.
If you are talented in business and have a heart for the unreached, we’re looking for you! After being introduced to the culture and learning a local language you can set up a business in your area of expertise.

The type of business could be in agriculture, consulting, import & export, small manufacture, cafe and many other opportunities…. what business are YOU in?
If you are talented in business and have a heart for the unreached, we're looking for you! Use your experience in Media Marketing to develop strategies and networks for advertising and distributing literature and DVDs throughout the country. You’ll be overseeing project budgeting, logistics and financial reporting, and working closely with our team of national workers to get the job done. (M)
In teaching cosmetology to deaf students you will join a team that is empowering and equipping a marginalized people group as they positively impact their lives and those in their families. It will be your job to design and implement lesson plans that will help your students to effectively learn the skills needed to be an excellent hairdresser, make-up artist, and/ or manicurist.
Children at risk… of what or from whom you may ask? Many of them are at risk of being abandoned to a cold institution away from their home, friends and family! Our main goal is to see children living in healthy families where they can reach their potential in all areas: social, physical mental and spiritual. This is done through therapy, training, and providing the needed resources.

We need Your help! Are you a physical or occupational therapist? Willing to work in rural settings?  Read on!
Shelter from the streets A simple shelter in Central Asia provides a place for homeless women to get off the streets and connect with God. Read Now
Using his skills for God’s Kingdom Trevor (UK) enjoys using his skill with languages for God’s Kingdom. Read Now
Celebrate the Light “Christmas is about Jesus and celebrating His birth, and I’m realising each year that it doesn’t really matter if we’re eating roast chicken or horse meat or whether we’re with special family or up on stage singing. It’s a joy to celebrate the Light coming into the world,” shares Beth. Read Now
Not lesser, loved OM workers in Central Asia build relationships with women society scorns, showing them they’re not lesser; they’re loved. Read Now
Living as salt and light Workers in Central Asia walk alongside local believers and share small bits of truth with those they live among. Read Now
8 survival strategies for when my husband is away "Here are 8 survival strategies that I have learnt and that have been shared with me by many teammates who face the same long weeks without their husbands on the field. I hope that this can be a help and encouragement to other wives whose husbands travel," shares OMer Beth. Read Now