With millions of people in or from East Asia having no opportunity to hear the good news of Jesus, there are many opportunities for Christians to live and serve among them.
God uses all sorts of people from all kinds of backgrounds, experience, skills and gifts to share the good news. He uses church planters, theology lecturers and Bible study leaders. But he also uses administrators, architects, frisbee players, mountain bikers and radio producers to introduce people to Jesus!
Professionals with all manner of skills have used annual leave, sabbaticals or career breaks to get involved with missionary work abroad. We’ve also seen God use retirees in special ways for his purposes, drawing on their rich experiences of life. Some serve for a few weeks, others for many years.
How to become a missionary
We know becoming a missionary is a big step.
In over 150 years of helping people love and serve East Asia’s peoples, we’ve witnessed God’s faithfulness to overcome all manner of obstacles and fears that might have kept people from serving Him.
We offer the direction & support you need to serve God.
Ministry areas to serve in
Testify to God’s love for the unreached through development and relief ministries that addresses the holistic needs of these materially poor communities.
Bring the love of Christ and His gospel to the peoples of East Asia who live in places facing severe ecological challenges.
God is behind an unprecedented move of peoples in the world today. East Asians on the move are seeking answers and following Jesus.
Education & Academia
Be a Christian witness in secular institutions and impact the lives of students and co-workers through education.
Advance God’s Kingdom by using your gifts and abilities in media and technology to serve God’s people in mission.
Provide healthcare services as a means to serve people, engage and build relationships with communities, and point them to the great Healer our Lord.
Advance God’s Kingdom by serving God’s people in mission with your gifts and abilities in research and ethnography.
Serving TCKs (Missionary Kids)
Help missionary families thrive by teaching their kids, running children’s programs for conferences, working at an international school or serving at a Boarding Home.
Reach out to university and college students with the love of Jesus and walk alongside those who are exploring or new to faith.