Austria

Team Member Building Bridges Linz

Is your heart beating for immigrants from mostly Muslim background?
Your Tasks (after individual consultation)
• Building relationships with immigrants
• Visiting immigrants
• Evangelistic outreaches
• Home Bible study groups
• Practical help
• Helping with integration
• Discipleship with interested immigrants

I AM A US CITIZEN (INCL. GREENCARD)   I AM NOT A US CITIZEN
Requirements

• Intimate relationship with Jesus
• Church that approves of and supports your ministry
• Team and communication skills (adequate level of German with willingness to learn more and English)
• Passion for church planting
• Interest in foreign cultures
• Openness to build relationships with immigrants
• Serving attitude
• Flexible and independent working
• Enjoying working in an international team

Start Date

As soon as possible

Commitment Length

As long as possible

All jobs/opportunities on this site are unsalaried. Most people joining OM have to raise financial support to cover their living expenses, usually through gifts from home churches and other supporters.

Photos from Austria

Stories from Austria

Heart for the arts

Rachel uses her three passions of evangelism, languages and music to reach out to people in Austria through the arts.

Beyond the Easter bunny

In partnership with local churches, a team shared the good news of Easter through music with all kinds of people in Austria.

The joy of Easter at a fitness centre

Easter is a popular time for outreaches in Europe. Stories from last year inspire this year's team.

New Friends in the Park

Building relationships with Muslims and sharing about the good news of Jesus in the city of Graz, Austria during the Building Bridges Experience outreach.

International with lots of charm

"The Lord gave me a verse out of Isaiah 50:5...I started to understand that I had a lot to give, and that God’s ways for me might lead me differently than I had thought," said OMer Evelyn.

'Finally we have found a place'

“It is wonderful and we are very grateful to God that we can live here,” Javid said. “Finally we have found a place where we can live our faith in Jesus in peace."