French-speaking Youth Worker in Belgium
Help pioneer a youth ministry at a growing church in Belgium. A church has been planted in Liège by experienced WEC missionaries.
The church has grown fast, so the leaders now urgently require a French-speaking youth worker. Could this be you?
Develop the youth work, build relationships with young people, sharing training experience and mentoring together.
Qualities & Gifts Sought
You will have good ability in the French language, and some theological training.
You love sharing Jesus with young people and seeing them grow in their faith in the good news, so they have confidence to share openly with their friends and family.
Opportunity to learn Walloon or Flemish or Dutch.
Our ref 97
Belgium has 96 people groups and 29% are unreached. The largest religion is Christianity (67%). 1.3% profess to be Evangelical. 31% profess to be atheist or non-religious. Islam is 3.2%.
[Source: Joshua Project]
Pray with us for:
-the church to be a profound example of unity in wider society
-real reconciliation and peace between peoples and regions
-the one third who profess to be atheist or non-religious
-God’s word to take root deeply in Belgium society
-the growth of strong, well lead churches that reflect Flemish culture
[Source: Operation World, 2010]
You can also pray using these online resources: Operation World and Prayercast
WEC in Belgium
According to the survey of Belgium by Discipling A Whole Nation (DAWN), less than half of the administrative districts have any evangelical witness. Although there is full religious freedom it is still difficult to gain a hearing because evangelical Christians are generally viewed with suspicion and regarded by many as belonging to a sect.
The church feels weak, inadequate and overwhelmed with the task before her. However, in some areas there is a strong vision for church planting and reaching the unreached, and we can praise God for the slow, steady growth over recent years. On the surface Belgium appears to be far from God, but its people are not satisfied with materialism and are hungry for something more.
In 2001 WEC sent a team to begin a church-plant in Flanders, and then started another in Wallonia in 2003. Although these are small beginnings we have a big God and we are excited to be involved with what he is doing in building his church.
Could you be part of this work, building for the future? Opportunities exist in practically all areas of ministry. WEC’s focus is on church planting, but also seeks to encourage the national church.
We are keen to see evangelists, teachers, worshippers, pastors, and encouragers join us.
But above all, we are looking for those who are able to work in a team, with a heart for serving God and a deep desire to share the love of Christ. We need you!
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