Serve as a Missionary
Long term missionaries make a lifetime investment in cross-cultural evangelism that results in new churches and fosters church-planting movements. Missionaries are people who are, first and always, evangelistic witnesses.
The Journeyman, ISC and Masters Programs are parallel channels of service. The application process is the same for all three.
- Journeyman Program - Twenty-somethings, college graduates, two years term
- International Service Corps - Singles, couples and families, up to three year term, education or experience to do the job
- Masters Program - Age 50 and older, two or three year term, education or experience to do the job
HandsOn is a semester missions project for singles or couples age 18-29. Includes a period of intense language and culture study before plunging into ministry under the mentorship of an experienced but fresh-thinking supervisor.
Serve as a Volunteer
Volunteers respond to strategic requests from the mission field. Volunteers come as individuals or as a team, serving from a few days to several months, and are involved in evangelism, church planting, prayerwalking, medical and dental clinics, community outreach and a multitude of other ministries!
Serve as a Church
Work alongside an existing missionary team to advance witnessing and church planting among their people group.
Become God's instrument for planting churches among a people group with little or no opportunity to hear the Gospel.
African Baptists are vital to reaching the peoples of West Africa. Co-laborers are needed with a vision for empowering local churches and leaders to reach all of the region’s unreached peoples with the Gospel.