R62422

Turning over the table

“I knew before I came to Africa that I would face the issue of poverty cycles, but I didn’t know there would be poverty cycles in ministries as well. I was so emotional about my friend’s situation that I wanted to do something. In Chinese, we call this feeling ‘turning over the table.' Chinese are usually reserved people so turning over the table means that someone could not hold back the emotion any more,” explains Ivy. “They have to do something to express what they are feeling.”

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R55791

Bethesda Zambia school Bus Driver

Support those who are training missionaries and churches to know how to rescue and rehabilitate vulnerable children and youths on the street in a godly, professional and sustainable way. Offer valuable support by driving trainers and students and caring for the team vehicles.

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R55207

Vehicle Mechanic and Driver

Life in Africa involves traveling long distances on poor roads.  Without our vehicles we would be very limited in our effectiveness.

Would you be willing to join our team in Zambia to help maintain and repair our fleet of vehicles? We also need someone to help us with driving within Kabwe, and also to Lusaka. Creativeness,innovativeness and loads of patience are key to excelling in this responsibility.

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Personnel Officer

The Field Personnel Officers’ primary responsibilities in serving Operation Mobilisation are:

o To ensure maintenance of accurate records and paperwork for all personnel on the field

o To comply with OM personnel policy and agreed best practice

o To assist in making personnel needs known

o To communicate with the home offices of team members

o Care for and value of team members

o To work with others, and especially the field leader, to promote excellence

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Office Administrator

At the OM Lake Tanganyika Field the team members working in the office have a constantly changing set of responsibilities supporting more than 15 projects and ministries along the lakeshore. The team needs a gifted administrator to coordinate the day to day work including planning road and boat trips, team travel, team events, maintaining up to date legal registrations with the government, and effective communication within a team spread into many locations.

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Field Accountant

The Lake Tanganyika field is looking for someone to join the team to oversee the finances for 15+ projects and ministries. Hands-on involvement with ministry activities is expected. This opportunity is right for someone who enjoys seeing that all of the numbers are recorded and reported correctly and also enjoys interacting with the people making the ministries happen.

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R59170

MissionaryTeacher

The Lake Tanganyika field has an orphan school for 200+ children from preschool to Grade 7. Teachers are needed for all ages.

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Medical Ministry Administrator

The OM Lake Tanganyika field has a small medical clinic registered with the Zambian Ministry of Health. This clinic serves the needs of the Good News Orphan School and serves as the base of the medical ministry going on in remote lake shore villages including monthly mobile medical clinic trips by boat. A skilled administrator is needed to coordinate the many components of this ministry from organizing outreach trips to doing medicine and supply inventory and resourcing supplies.

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R58351

Community Missionary

Missionaries live in lakeshore villages modeling a Biblical Lifestyle for a people living in bondage to poverty and witchcraft beliefs.

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Zambia and Lake Tanganyika

Zambia is a landlocked country that is exceptionally peaceful, considering that it is surrounded by countries which have experienced major political struggles. Zambia has been declared an official Christian nation with 87 percent of its people proclaiming to be Christian. However, the number of immigrants from the Middle East and Asia has increased in recent years, and more people now proclaim themselves to be either Muslim or Hindu. When the OM Zambia leaders saw the spiritual desolation and the inroads other religious groups were making around Lake Tanganyika, the first OM team was sent to the area in 2005, establishing their base in the harbour town of Mpulungu. The team was called the ‘Good News II’, after the vision of Dr. David Livingstone.

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