Have you ever wondered what would it be like to live in a modern-day book of Acts, to see people coming to Christ through dreams and visions and signs and wonders? Have you ever desired to tap into the fullness of all that God has for you in terms of spiritual gifts and then use those gifts to bless the unreached? Do you want to be a part of a community that is growing in prayer and asking God for the impossible? Then come and join a team that is pressing in for all that God has to offer, and get equipped to operate in the fullness of who God has created you to be. Come to a country that is the poorest country in Central Asia and is 98.6% Muslim. Our vision is to see lives and communities transformed by the power of God and to bring that transformation to people with the least access to the gospel. We live in the capital city, but we work in the mountains in remote villages. Our goal is complete transformation, both spiritual and physical. As a community development coordinator, you would help us to assess the needs and assets of specific communities and then assist villages in creating a plan of action on how to solve their own problems. We have extensive experience doing community transformation in villages, and you would help us expand our work by going to new villages. You would be going with national believers who are passionate about sharing their faith and working with them and empowering them to be more effective in planting churches in these communities. Everything we do is fueled by prayer. Our team helps run a prayer room, where each team member gets to spend time worshipping in God’s presence and interceding for the unreached. The team has extensive experience in community transformation, prayer, worship, healing, and hearing God’s voice. We will be investing in you to help you learn and grow in all of these areas.
Some useful skills would be the desire to grow in prayer and spiritual gifts, the ability to play a musical instrument or sing (not required), education or experience in sustainable community development practices (not required) and administrative abilities.