Our team is looking for individuals who have hearts for people and passions for teaching. Our team is seeking flexible, relational, open-minded, and creative self-starter families, professionals, college grads, and/or interns who desire to teach with biblical excellence and insight. Day-to-day ministry could involve a variety of activities in both urban and rural settings, teaching both children and adults. Qualified teachers are also needed for teaching some students at the seminary level.
We are also looking for teachers who would be able to do itinerant teaching of our Good Soil Ministries materials all over Brazil.
About 75 percent of Brazilians identify as Catholic. In the last three decades Brazil has also grown to be the largest Pentecostal nation of the world. Only four percent of the 200 million people claim to be non-Pentecostal Evangelical believers. In Southern Brazil, less than two percent of people identify as Christians. In 2015, the nation of Brazil entered into a widespread economic crisis. The financial recession is real, crime is high, and the overall morale among nationals can be very low. We are praying that God will use this difficulty to soften hearts, open eyes to the Gospel and give many hope in desperate times. Will you join us?
We seek individuals to partner with missionaries and Brazilian nationals to share the gospel, plant and multiply local churches, train leaders, and ultimately, assist Brazilians to continue fulfilling the Great Commission by sending out their own people as missionaries.
Use your teaching skills to help fulfill the Great Commission. As Christians, Jesus has called us to go and make disciples of all nations, and we believe that process isn’t completed until these disciples are gathered into a local community of believers: a church. Church planting is the heartbeat of evangelism, and it’s at the core of who we are and what we do. It’s hard work, but for those called to the challenge, there is no greater reward on earth than watching a community of believers grow in their faith, and begin to understand their own role in the Great Commission. What are you waiting for?