You could help to re-roof mission housing, oversee construction of dormitories in a school, put in wiring for a mission training centre, set up an office computer network... and demonstrate God’s love in a very practical way.
A theological teacher at a remote Bible school spends hours trying to solve complicated computer problems.
A trained linguist, fluent in several languages, bikes 14 hours to a village because there are no planes, pilots or airline mechanics.
A medical doctor spends days taking care of water and solar systems for a jungle clinic.
SIM personnel can spend hours, even days or weeks, on practical tasks that have no relation to their calling as translators or evangelists.
This is why people with practical and technical skills are vital to the effectiveness of what we do. They help us fulfil the highest vision of reaching people for Christ.
Our ministry teams around the world can use you if you have skills in communications, construction, carpentry, electronics, maintenance, mechanics, aviation, computer science...