Missionary Jobs - Do You Have What it Takes to Be on Our Missionary Team?

Some of the missionary jobs while serving in Peru include that of doctors, dentists, optometrists, nurses, pharmacists, ancillary medical personnel, health teachers, hair dressers, and even clowns. 

We cannot pay you if you join our medical missions team, but God provides for and rewards in full those who are willing to serve.

Other Missionary Jobs

Other workers we need include VBS children's workers, tech people to take photos, to run all kinds of equipment and show films, including the Jesus Film and Mary Magdalene.  We also need people willing to witness or disciple if you speak Spanish.

Other jobs can include plumbing, carpentry and auto mechanics. 

Mission Jobs and Requirements
What Does it Take to be a Team Member

Missionary team members should have the ability and desire to share Christ and serve God by helping others.

  1. Be an ordinary person who is willing to be used by an extraordinary God.
  2. Be willing/able to commit the time, effort and money.
  3. Be committed to sharing ministry experience upon returning.
  4. Be qualified and able to do the work expected by the receiving group in Peru.
  5. Have approval of your parents if you are under 18.
  6. Be committed to participate in pre-field training, team building times (team meetings) and group fund raising events if applicable.
  7. Complete the application process (including a written commitment to attend planning meetings and to abide by the rules of the team).
  8. Be spiritually aware, flexible and adaptable.
  9. Be willing to follow the leaders.
  10. Don't require a baby-sitter, nor have a chronic bad attitude, and are willing to be spiritually and physically exhausted if required on the field.

Mission Field Experience

The key to a successful trip is prayer and planning and planning and prayer and prayer and planning.  The goal on the field is to glorify God (John 13:35).  God may design the team to face many surprises.  Situations may arise once on the field that means the best of plans must be abandoned to meet God where He is working once you are there.  DO be prepared to do something completely different than you thought.

Our ultimate goal on a short-term mission is to glorify God and have a positive influence on other people's relationship with Jesus.  "By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another."  John 13:35 NIV

Related article:  Peruvians and Why We Help the People of Peru

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