Have you ever thought about teaching English in a foreign country? Do you enjoy talking to people and establishing meaningful relationships? Then you should consider coming to serve University students in teaching English, thereby meeting a key need for the development of the next generation. Our classes are designed to increase the student's proficiency in spoken English. You will have sufficient time for involvement in relationships and Word ministry in this spiritually needy country.
Do you enjoy teaching? Are you interested in living among one of the largest unreached people groups?
Then we invite you to join one of our Transformation Education Centers and serve among people in the 10/40 window. We support the high value education has in this country by offering a wide range of educational services, up to now mostly through Teaching English. Depending on your giftings, the work field can also be broadened easily. The teacher-student relationship is very powerful in this culture, so you can build meaningful relationships with the local people.
HIV/AIDS is the leading cause of death in Equatorial Guinea. With free HIV testing and free medication, it still continues to be a major public health issue. The lack of education on the subject, and the stigma associated with the disease continues to be the major contributing factor to the continued spread of the disease. With the desire to inform people prior to high risk behavior, and give them a spiritual understanding of their behavior, the desire is to see a reduction in the amount of people contracting the disease, and suffering the consequences of the disease.
Are you a medical professional with English teaching skills? Are you looking for an opportunity to use your skills and experience cross-culturally to build the Church? A unique opportunity exists to teach medical English to medical university students at Chiang Mai University. This position will give you an opportunity to build relationships and reach friends with the gospel among university students, medical faculty, and leaders in Chiang Mai!
If you have a heart for friendship evangelism, discipleship, and teaching English, we want you to join us in sharing the gospel with university students in Thailand! The Centre is looking for teachers for English as a Second Language (ESL) who will build strong relationships. SIM Thailand is partnering with The Centre as we launch a new ministry among the 2.5 million students attending university in Thailand. Many of these students are coming from areas of the country where there is little to no knowledge of the gospel.
If you have a heart for friendship evangelism, discipleship, and teaching English, we want you to join us in sharing the gospel with university students in Thailand! The Centre is looking for interns to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) while building strong relationships. SIM Thailand is partnering with The Centre as we launch a new ministry among the 2.5 million students attending university in Thailand. Many of these students are coming from areas of the country where there is little to no knowledge of the gospel.
How would you like to use your practical training in TESL in ministry? God has prepared a place where you can do this! As you know,
Are you a native English speaker? This already gives you amazing opportunities for getting the gospel story to people who have never heard it before!
Teaching English is an exciting ministry tool in high demand all over the world. TESOL teacher training is a wonderful way to equip women and men to serve in Christ's name in many contexts. This is also a strategic way to mobilise churches all over the world to build God's Church and invest in the next generation of cross-cultural kingdom servants.