A Photographer, Midwife or a Teacher… and a Missionary
Can I be a photographer and a missionary?
Originally published by Pioneers Canada
Todd lives in Southeast Asia. Through his great talent in photography and videography, he passionately shares stories of the work that God is doing through Pioneers teams around the world.
Are you a visual storyteller who has a passion for sharing the love of Jesus?
Can I be a midwife and a missionary?
Sara is a midwife and serving in Africa. She cares for women through the incredible experience of bringing new life into the world. And she shares God’s love with them through the story of the birth of our redeemer—Jesus.
Are you a health-care professional whose compassion for people is matched by your passion for God?
Can I be a teacher and a missionary?
Brad is a teacher. He is currently preparing to go to the mission field and is asking God for direction and leading to a place and team where he can best use his talents as an educator for his good and God’s glory.
Are you a teacher who would like to use your gift to teach others about God’s great love?
Can I be an IT professional, artist, engineer, carpenter, entrepreneur, nurse, baker or physiotherapist and a missionary?
No matter what your training and talents are, there is a place for you in missions. Are you interested in exploring specific opportunities? We want to hear from you!
In other words, yes.
- Learn about seven missions jobs you probably haven’t heard of.
- Look at a roundup of opportunities in agriculture, the arts, business, teaching, technology and more. Or contact us to talk about your skills and passions if they are not on the list.
- Learn about the six key opportunities the marketplace provides for disciple-making and church-planting in any country.
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