Few people groups are as vulnerable and needy as children. But we know that our God loves these precious little ones and desires to see them reached with His Word and given the hope found in Jesus Christ.
That’s why some of the most creative ministries our missionaries undertake are done so to reach children. Whether it’s a summer camp ministry to Romanian orphans, a puppet ministry to Middle Eastern refugee children, or a Christ-based school in the Balkans, our missionaries are committed to bringing the gospel to the children of the world.
Use Your Love for Children’s Ministries to Impact the Next Generation
ABWE’s children ministries focus on reaching the world’s 2 billion children, because research has shown that 75 percent of Christians accept Christ before they reach the age of 14. If you have a heart for reaching the next generation with the gospel, we have a place for you on the mission field working alongside ministries like:
- Camp ministry
- ESL & Translation ministry
- Missionary Kid education
- Music ministry
- Orphan ministry
- Puppet ministry
- Youth leadership
If you are passionate about telling young people about Jesus’ love for them, we’ve got a place on the mission field for you and we want to talk to you.
Is God calling you to use your skills on the mission field?
Opportunities with this Focus
As a Student Intern, you will have the opportunity to experience life-on-life with our missionary team in Iquique, Chile in many different ministries. The requirements are few--our team is looking for one female student who loves Jesus, loves people and is willing to try new things as she builds relationships and shares the Gospel with those who have not heard.
Use your passion and skills with children and adolescents to help fulfill the Great Commission.
Children's ministry leader needed in Germany to bring the message of God’s love to the youngest congregants of our church in a fun and engaging way.
Art, math, geography, English, psychology, physical education, library, economics and special needs teachers needed in Tanzania.