Community Education

Teacher in Grootfontein

You can have a bigger impact than you realize in reaching the youth of Namibia through teaching at Kalenga, an English medium secondary school. As part of the Christian witness in the school and the community, you will teach assigned classes and develop appropriate extracurricular activities to foster relationships with students. This is a wonderful opportunity for discipleship, especially as HIV/AIDS is a serious problem in Namibia and young people need to know God's answers.

Teachers for Rural Christian School

If you have professional teaching skills, here is an exciting opportunity to use them to train and build capacity into a rural, Christian, English medium school, that serves the children of national Christian cross-cultural workers along with some of the poorest of the poor. Imagine the impact you would have on the next generation of church leaders!

Teaching English Is Evangelism

Can you imagine evangelism any easier than teaching your own first language? English Bible studies are helpful in teaching English as a second language and building relationships where you can share the way of eternal life.
The desire for English in Mozambique is high, and you have an awesome opportunity to influence the lives of many for eternity while expanding your own experience in a cross-cultural setting. God can use anyone who is willing to serve Him.

Sian McCune

Sian is an experienced teacher and is a teacher at a theological college in Addis Ababa. She married fellow SIM mission worker Niall McCune in 2017. Sent by Netley Christian Fellowship, Southampton, Sian has a heart for taking the gospel to people who have never heard it.

If you would like to pray regularly for Sian, please click here.

Please pray

  • That all the visa and other official requirements would be satisfied

  • That Sian would rely on God as she settles into a new role

Emma Brewster

Emma runs the university outreach programme for Serving In Mission worldwide from her base in South Africa. Sent by Trinity Church, Exeter, she lives in Cape Town and is developing opportunities for people to serve in a wide range of university ministries. She is passionate about taking the gospel to all parts of university communities - to students, to academics and to support staff.

If you would like to pray regularly for Emma please click here.

Dave and Maura Baldwin

Dave and Maura run a Serving In Mission project called 2:19, which is designed to help UK churches reach out to their local multi-cultural communities through English lessons. Dave also teaches at Oak Hill Bible school in North London. The couple, who are supported by Carey Baptist Church, served for many years in Ethiopia, where they ran an English teaching school.

Andrew and Helen Curry, Thomas and Esther

Andrew and Helen Curry, Thomas and Esther, supported by St Luke’s Church Hampstead are serving in West Africa. Andrew works with University students in a private centre, teaching English lessons, getting to know students and offer them the opportunity to hear the gospel. Helen works at a medical clinic staffed by national Christians, which serves the local community. She gives general consultations, as well as working in a program for diabetics and another program for malnourished children.


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