Career

 

missions

The opportunity to know Jesus Christ is still out of reach for many tribal people around the world. If you’re willing to make a long-term commitment to changing that, we’re here to help you.

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use your

 

skills

Use your experience to help expand the reach of the Gospel to every tribe. Our Skilled Associates program seeks to match your occupational skills and spiritual gifts with specific ministry roles.

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Mission

 

trips

Invest a few days or a few weeks of your life into giving others an opportunity they may never have without the help of people like you. Learn more about all of our mission trips.

 

Other Ways To Get Involved

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Missionary aviation

Pilots, maintenance and avionics technicians and others can help provide a choice for those without access to the Gospel. New Tribes Mission Aviation serves by providing safe, efficient and cost-effective support.

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teach

 

abroad

You already know that teaching overseas will enrich your life and your career. Teaching the children of missionaries is even better.

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volunteer

 

in new

 

zealand

Help free career missionaries for other roles and expand the reach of the Gospel to tribal people as a volunteer in New Zealand Your work in one of four areas of the country will benefit ETHNOS' church-planting efforts worldwide.


HAVE QUESTIONS?

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FEAR NOT

If you tell God you’ll follow Him anywhere, anytime, people may think you’re courageous, but inside, you may be a little scared. It’s normal to have fears, questions and concerns about becoming a missionary, but be assured — God says “fear not.

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WHY CHOOSE ETHNOS?

The vast majority of missionaries serve through sending organizations. How can you and your church choose among them? Learn more about who we are and our 75 year history in missions.

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GET READY… GO!

Prepare for the challenge. Get the training you need to expand the reach of the Gospel to some of the world’s most remote tribal people.