Needs: Muslim Ministry Workers

UNFlagIt is estimated that 360 million people live in the Middle East, the majority of whom is Muslim. Although mass evangelism is illegal in most Middle Eastern countries, Christian radio broadcasts, economic conditions, and increased exposure to the rest of the world are creating a new generation of seekers. There are also more than 7 million Muslims living in the United States, and 99 percent have never heard the gospel message presented in a way in which they understand it and want to accept Christ as their Savior.

With the recent attacks in Paris and around the world, WGM is reminded of its need for Muslim ministry workers. In addition to opportunities in the Middle East and through Muslim Ministries USA, WGM partners with a multicultural missionary team in Spain that ministers to North African immigrants.

Discover how you can share Christ’s love to Muslims around the world.

Do you want to minister among Muslims?GO: Although WGM does not have specific job descriptions for Muslim ministry workers, there are a list of needs on and Available opportunities include, but are not limited to, teachers, children’s and youth workers, coordinators for outreach and childcare, maintenance workers, an administrator, and an office manager. Contact Jared Gleason at for more information, to apply, or if you have any questions.

Needs: Higher Education Professors

Jared Gleason, WGM Mission Mobilizer

Jared Gleason, WGM Mission Mobilizer

Did you know that only 7 percent of Mexico’s population considers themselves evangelical Christian and that in central Mexico that number drops to less than 2 percent? Some towns of 20,000 to 30,000 people don’t even have an evangelical church.

Did you know that Burundi’s literacy rate is a low 59.3 percent for those 15 years of age and older? This is based on low school attendance as only one in two children attends school. Because of the low literacy rate, oral tradition is strong in Burundi.

Did you know that less than 3 percent of India’s population professes to be Christian?

Did you know that leadership development is a desperate need in Nigeria and all of Africa?

Did you know that missionary graduates are ministering in Kenya to remote people groups such as the Maasai, Pokot, and Turkana?

Why are we asking you all these questions? Because WGM is in need of higher education professors in each of these areas to teach people about God’s Word. As pastors, missionaries, and lay leaders are trained, they will be able to share their head and heart knowledge and thus transform their schools, neighborhoods, families, and countries for the Lord.

Are they waiting for you?GO: Higher education ministry opportunities are available in Mexico, Burundi, India, Nigeria, and Kenya. Both short-term and long-term professors are needed, and WGM generally sends professors to teach two-week intensive courses in various subjects. It is helpful if volunteers can teach back-to-back courses at a four-week minimum. Check out for a complete list of needs and for more specific job descriptions.

Contact WGMMORE: Contact Jared Gleason at for more information, to apply, or if you have any questions.