“In November 2019, I was deported from Zambia—my home for the past few years—because of visa issues,” shares Ivy. “I had to pack my bags in seven days and journey into the unknown. Then, the pandemic happened. I just had so many layers of unknown that the only thing I knew was that I didn’t know. Didn’t know when to go, when to return, where to stay, what to do, how to get visas…God sent me into exile.”
Support Services Leader – Lake Tanganyika Zambia Go & Live As soon as possibleTo oversee and assist with all of the support services of the field, communication, finance, personnel, IT, transport, administration etc.
Community Missionary – Lake Tanganyika Zambia Go & Live As soon as possibleMissionaries live in lakeshore villages modeling a Biblical Lifestyle for a people living in bondage to poverty and witchcraft beliefs.
Personnel Officer – Lake Tanganyika. Zambia Go & Live As soon as possibleThe Field Personnel Officers’ primary responsibilities in serving Operation Mobilization include welcoming new team members to Lake Tanganyika, assisting in the application and placement process for people starting their missions journey. Along with that there is an emphasis on maintaining records, and other administrative functions for Lake Tanganyika.