As a bookkeeper serving on the mission field, you will provide much-needed support to the accountant on the OM team, and you will fulfil a vital ministry role toward the purpose of seeing more vibrant communities of Jesus followers among the least reached. We are looking for knowledgeable, detail-oriented individuals who will handle the paperwork associated with OM's business and ministry transactions, including petty cash, data entry, bills, accounts, banking and record keeping. Participation in local ministry and team life may also be aspects of your role
Bookkeeper, Administration, Discipleship.
Support Missions Training by ensuring healthy financial management at the Missions Discipleship Training Base in Pretoria, South Africa.
The applicant needs an understanding of financial bookkeeping as they live and work in a multicultural team and must have the skills to work with people from all walks of life and be able to see the role as a holistically and ensure that the training continues well while supporting the ministry.
The position is part time, and the applicant will also be involved in training and discipleship of participants during the MDT program.
As soon as possible
“…There was just something about speaking up for those who cannot speak for themselves,” said Annelize.
From the age of five, Jane knew she wanted to serve the Lord overseas. What she didn't know was when exactly she would go.
“I have found that, working with the different fields, I can help the young people grow in their roles and support the Field strategically – aspects of my career that I loved to do, and now continue to do so,” said Van Zyl.
Cuando Juan se sintió impulsado a dejar sus estudios y dedicarse a la plantación de iglesias, Dios le dejó en claro que terminará esa obra, porque estaba por usar las habilidades de Juan para Sus propósitos.
“I joined a homegroup (Bible Study or life group) two years ago and as time passes, more and more of each member’s character is coming forward,” says Renette. “It dawned on me the other day that we honestly do not have anything in common. No one does the same job or has the same friends or enjoys the same hobbies. No one would have met if it wasn’t for the homegroup. The only thing in common is our love for Jesus.”
When Juan felt compelled to leave his studies and do church planting, God made it clear to him to finish because God was going to use Juan's skills for His purposes.