aXcess: Church Planting in Uruguay in Montevideo

This opportunity involves starting a vibrant community of faith among the professional class in or near Montevideo, a highly atheistic and agnostic population that tends to be suspicious of religious institutions and outsiders. Consequently, this endeavor requires being a positive presence in the community by meeting societal needs and building relational bridges that can support the weight of the gospel. This couple/single will be expected to contribute by creatively meeting the community’s needs; engaging in relational outreach, hospitality, discipleship, and Bible studies; and working alongside IWs and /or Uruguayans to establish a vibrant community of faith contextualized to Uruguayan professionals.

aXcess: Church Planting in Uruguay Outside Montevideo

This opportunity involves partnering with the national church to plant communities of faith in coastal or inland cities among a highly atheistic and agnostic population. This endeavor requires being a positive presence in the community by meeting societal needs and building relational bridges that can support the weight of the gospel. The IW will be expected to contribute by creatively meeting the community’s needs and engaging in relational outreach, hospitality, discipleship, Bible studies, preaching and working alongside IWs and/or Uruguayans to establish new communities of faith in under-evangelized cities.

aXcess: Teaching English in Montevideo, Uruguay

This opportunity involves serving on a team that is starting a vibrant community of faith among the professional class in or near Montevideo, a highly atheistic and agnostic population that tends to be suspicious of religious institutions and outsiders. Consequently, this endeavor requires being a positive presence in the community by meeting societal needs and building relational bridges that can support the weight of the gospel. This couple/single will be expected to contribute by teaching English classes, further developing and leading the English programs started by the Montevideo Rambla team, developing relationships with Uruguayans, and finding other creative inroads into Uruguayan society through English.

CAMA: Urban Community Development in a Unique City in Paraguay

Ciudad del Este is a dynamic, modern city on the border of Paraguay and Brazil. It is also home to a large population who practice the majority religion of the Middle East and close to marginalized indigenous communities that are just 2 percent evangelical. The blend of Middle Eastern, Latino, and indigenous peoples makes this a unique place for community development ministry through business development, agriculture, educational, or health projects.

aXcess: Multicultural Church Planting and Outreach in Paraguay

Your primary role will be multiplying church networks in Ciudad del Este (CDE), a diverse international community. You will help the local multinational church to grow and reach people from around the world who are living in CDE. A secondary role will be developing people. You will mentor Latino IW candidates in a multinational partnership and potentially teach at a three-year ministry formation program run by the national church that helps develop national pastors and leaders. Another secondary role will be serving communities. You will develop and serve with an economically disadvantaged indigenous people group.

CAMA: Poverty Reduction Among Stateless Haitians in the Dominican Republic

In the Dominican Republic (DR), people of Haitian background have been living for multiple generations without any legal nationality in either the DR or Haiti. These populations are vulnerable to poverty and exploitation, but there is a growing effort among Dominican churches to minister in these communities. An Envision site is equipped to provide structure to the work and facilitate the development of future international workers. The applicant would coordinate efforts between Dominican churches and Envision to have an impact on these vulnerable people while also helping to develop the next generation of Alliance workers.

aXcess: Teaching and Leadership Development in Paraguay

Your primary role will be developing people. You will mentor Latino IW candidates in a multinational partnership. These South American Alliance IW candidates complete this internship prior to being sent by their national church, mainly to countries that restrict access to North Americans. You will also teach at a three-year ministry formation program run by the national church that helps build up national pastors and leaders. A secondary role will be multiplying church networks by helping the local multinational church to grow and reach people from around the world living in Ciudad del Este (CDE). Another secondary role will be serving communities by developing and helping with a nearby economically disadvantaged people group.

CAMA: Poverty Reduction and At-Risk Women in Central America

The successful applicant(s) will have numerous opportunities to work closely with Central American Alliance churches to develop programs that work to reduce poverty in the community while also strengthening the local church and the community. Women have especially been impacted by the effects of poverty, leading to issues with human trafficking and violence. The successful applicant(s) will get to apply their own creativity and experience to develop programs in cooperation with local churches to address these areas.

aXcess: Church Consultant and Pastoral Coach in Central America

Central America (CA) is a region unified by history and language but populated by distinct cultures. The role of this international worker is to serve alongside the pastors and national church networks in this region where the gospel has been preached but for the most part, The Alliance is under-developed. In most of our five Central America countries, The Alliance has yet to establish capacity that will empower it to continue church expansion and extension. This IW couple will work with a multicultural, multinational team of local Central America pastoral leaders in mentoring, church development consultation, and theological education.

aXcess: Church Planting Joint Ministry with National Church in Mexico

Ministry will be in church planting near Tepic, the capital city of the state of Nayarit, with a population of 350,000 people, and guided by an agreement we have with the Mexican national church. Ministry will also involve working alongside a Mexican leadership team, giving stability to an emerging church plant begun by a Mexican national pastor. In addition, ministry will involve developing strong local church leadership by mentoring and discipling—along with the stated goal of evangelism and outreach ministry to a least-reached people group (Wixarika or Cora) in the Tepic area.