Do you feel called by God to serve him in France? Join the OM team in France as we serve to inspire, mobilise and equip others in seeing churches grow and be discipled, as well as getting involved hands-on in one of the least reached countries in Europe.
If you have skills in IT, come and help us send French people to serve the nations and welcome others to minister right here in France!
Using your technical skills to take care of the computer system & programmes as well as help with our website, you will be part of the backbone of our operations.
Working from our office in Pontault-Combault, or elsewhere in France, the rest of your time could be spent helping with other projects (to be decided based on your skills).
You will empower the team by:
- ensuring they have up-to-date, functioning computers
- keeping the network secure
- helping colleagues be effective in their computer/SW usage
- have reasonable IT abilities
- enjoy troubleshooting for both hardware and software questions
- work well as part of an international team
- have an interest in keeping up to date on technical developments
- have a good level of English
- are willing to learn some French if you don't speak it already (the operating system has been installed in French on most machines). It is possible to learn French upon arrival by attending a local language school.
As soon as possible
En 2009, el ministerio “Proyecto Rahab” comenzó como un medio para alcanzar a las víctimas de tráfico humano en ambas ciudades, Nantes y París.
OM France is currently actively seeking to fill a number of key roles within the OM France team. Do you sense God’s call on your life to take up one of these vital positions?
For many years the nearly one million Turkish speaking people in France were completely unreached by the gospel. The Turkish-speaking people are an isolated group of people, well known for their lack of integration into the French culture and society.
Following numerous consultations with pastors of local churches in the centre as well as the south of Brittany, the team could picture a painful reality of some of their most isolated church members - Operation Lighthouse was their response.
The Lorient Interceltic Festival. From 28th July to 11th August 2019
From 26th October to 4th November, young people armed with green banana bags filled with tracts, braved the crowds on the quay sides as well as in the streets of Saint-Malo. Their goal? To share the love of Jesus with those taking part in the Route du Rhum.