Are you convinced there must be more to life than this? Do you believe that the God you love and serve has a purpose for you? Follow your aspiration, let adventure and meaning enter your life!
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.
TeenStreet motivates and equips Christian teens to have a real friendship with Jesus and to reflect Him daily in their world. Every year, the TeenStreet youth conference in Germany welcomes up to 4000 teens and leaders from across Europe, about 300 of whom are from France. This is really exciting! But we’d also love to see TeenStreet move to the next level – and you could be part of this!
We’re looking for a new team member for our ministry amongst young people in France, who can successfully guide teens and churches through the TeenStreet application process, publicising TeenStreet at every opportunity and preparing coaches and volunteers for service at the conference.
We’d also like you to be part of developing this thriving ministry, so it becomes so much more than a once-a-year event. If you are a good communicator, have a heart for young people, and possess strong organisational skills, we’d love to have you on our France team!
- Good knowledge of French and English
- Good communicator
- Strong organisational skills
- A heart for young people and for seeing them develop
- Based in the office in Pontault-Combault
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.