We are searching for an elementary teacher with a heart to serve our missionaries families and their children by teaching first grade, as well as science and history for Kindergarten through second grade, and any other topics they desire.
ABWE missionaries will provide the curriculum supplies and purchase the teachers’ books as well as participate in educating their children by filling in for areas this person does not teach. Candidates must have an education degree and fulfill ABWE’s requirements for short-term service.
The country where we are located has a population of 165 million. Most are Muslim, but there are a significant number of Hindu and Buddhist minorities. However, less than half a percent even call themselves Christians. For those who long to reach the unreached, it would be hard to find a more strategic location. People are eager for friendship, open to discussing spiritual things, and desperately in need of hope for the future. God has miraculously kept the doors to this Muslim-majority country open. Access is limited, but development programs, businesses, and personal relationships to give us unlimited opportunities to share the gospel and strengthen our national partners’ outreach.
Teachers serving with ABWE have the unique opportunity to use their classroom as place of ministry. Teachers provide a valuable service to the missionary children they teach, by joining in promoting their spiritual growth and pointing them to the ultimate teacher—Jesus—all while supporting our missionary parents, as they work and minister to the great spiritual needs of the people of South Asia.