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News & Updates
Are you ready to see what missionary opportunities God might have for you? Do you love Him and want to serve Him by being the hands and feet of Jesus to some of the world’s most vulnerable people? Do you want to use your passions and abilities to advance His kingdom on earth?
Then let’s talk about the exciting and challenging work of being a God Said Go missionary!
Our missionaries are simply men and women who love Jesus Christ and desire to use their skills, gifts, and passions to bring hope to suffering people. They are a part of teams made up of other cross-cultural missionaries and national Christian staff.
Our goal is to have about 1 in 10 of the God Said Go staff members in the field to be missionaries. Sent from the USA, Canada, and the UK, these support-raising missionaries fill strategic roles to help expand and improve our service to the children and communities we serve as they work alongside of our national staff teams.
With the support and training of our organization, missionaries raise their own financial support to serve overseas. Missionaries serve for initial commitments of 2-3 years and then undergo a review process to decide whether to continue serving with us or to return to life in their home country.
Whether you have unique gifts or interests in medicine, linguistics, teaching, accounting, photography, writing, or construction – you will find exciting ways to put those gifts to use working with God Said Go & J33 Missions.
Upon returning, the unique skills our missionaries learn on the field often give them an edge in finding their next employment or ministry opportunity. Serving with us may bring experience and training far beyond your original job description!
So, how do missionaries serve? Some missionaries come to serve a specific role we have already created, and some missionaries come to us with a vision, and we create a role for them. Click below to see some specific roles we are looking to fill.
Below are some examples of roles that our missionaries perform. Do any of these sound like something you could do? If you have a passion to serve in a way that’s not listed, contact us to see if we can create a position for you!
We seek people with medical training to hold clinic in the communities we serve. The more medical staff we have, the more communities we can serve. Medical staff are often able to uncover and treat health conditions while they are minor and manageable. They do assessments of the health, hygiene, and educational needs of the communities we work in, to determine how we can partner with families to care for their kids. Missionaries with these qualifications are welcome and needed:
We seek people with gifts and experience in skilled trades. While practicing their trade, they can also engage people in our ministries as apprentices or teach groups in a “class” setting, giving people in our communities a marketable skill that helps them take another step toward escaping generational poverty. These missionaries can enter with specializations in:
Skilled communicators, who will quickly find that their skills are highly needed on our fields, bridge the gap between what’s happening on the field and the partners supporting the work from afar. They help make the work on the field tangible and compelling for partners, donors, and Service Team members. These missionaries become:
Those who have skills in working with people as well as with detailed processes are immensely helpful as part of our ministry teams. These missionaries become:
Because GSG maintains the highest standards for those entrusted with the relief and development of our communities, we look for the following characteristics in prospective missionaries:
In faith life:
In personal and social life:
In professional life:
Have more questions? Contact our team by inquiring here.