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We’d love to talk more with you and become your resource as you discern God’s leading. We occasionally have unique, time-bound opportunities come to us from our staff in the field. Projects are then linked to those willing and capable of serving (either from home or in the field). We support these workers who demonstrate a servant’s heart and the skills needed for the job through special assignments, associate missionaries, or sower-sending categories.
As the capital of Cameroon, Yaoundé’s population of 2.5 million makes it the second largest city and a center for civil and diplomatic services. The work of Encompass Global Workers together with the growth of the church in Central Africa has created the need to train more leaders for existing churches and future church-planting. The Encompass team is being invited to help teach and train emerging leaders to help support the work of the church. Serving with national leaders and the Encompass team you’ll have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus.
The ancient silk road runs through the heart of Central Asia and since the fall of the Soviet Union, the people have been working hard to establish themselves as an independent nation. The spark of the Gospel has started, and it is estimated that 85 new global workers are needed to fan the flames into a multiplying movement. Serving among these people, you will have the opportunity to bring honor and dignity through creative livelihood initiatives. Together with other Encompass Global Workers you can be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the least reached people of Central Asia.
The influence of Catholicism dominates the religious landscape of this Central European country. Economic growth and the rise of European postmodern thinking have had a profound impact on the emerging generation. Many of these factors seemed to negatively impact the Polish people, but today there is an openness to the Gospel. Encompass Global Worker’s are reaching out and building relationship with college students and young adults in Poland. Working in partnership with Polish believers you’ll have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the least reached.
Of the 125 million people that live on the islands of Japan, only about 75,000 are followers of Jesus. Although this is one of the most technologically and economically advanced nations, the Japanese are also highly traditional, and honor bound to their ancient culture. In the land of the rising sun, The Encompass team is working to see the Japanese people discipled and churches planted in one of the country’s largest cities. Serving in partnership with the Encompass team you will have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the least reached.
Chad is a landlocked country in North Central Africa and because of this it’s one of the most underdeveloped African countries. The Sahara Desert dominates the landscape north of the capital N’djamena which is home to many people coming to the city from the villages looking for education and work. Join a disciple-making team that’s seeking to build relational bridges to these young opportunity seekers through a variety of community development projects, educational programs, and social networks. Serving in partnership with Chadian believers who are leading in many of these efforts you’ll have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the least reached.
This booming Southeast Asian city has seen allot of change in its 1,000-year history. Recent urban development has changed the city skyline as many are moving here to study or find work. With its Buddhist and secular influences many are far from Christ and have never heard the life-changing story of Jesus. The Encompass team is being invited to work among educators and business leaders in the city. Serving in partnership with the Encompass team you’ll have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the least reached.
Mosques dot the skyline of the city as symbol of the dominance of Islamic belief and practice. While cultural shifts have had a visible impact on this country there is a nationalistic pride among the people to become more of an Islamic state. However, there is a warmth and hospitality among these people who are open to relationship. Encompass Global Workers are building relationships in this place and are seeing opportunities to share the Gospel increase, especially among the many displaced people. Serving in partnership with other Global Workers you’ll have the opportunity to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to the least reached.