Volunteers

...needed for churches in england

Volunteers are needed to help Baptist churches in the UK. Some are too small to afford salaries.

Experienced pastors and lay leaders, whom God calls to pastoral ministry, are needed as interim pastors and university students are needed as youth workers. Both can answer the “Macedonian Call” to serve in the UK.

The UK church will provide airline tickets, furnished house, and a car for interim pastors and room and board for youth workers. Assignments of six-months are typical. American interims will receive no compensation.

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March 13, 2013

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by: Chuck McComb

Greer Monson is a 2012 Graduate at Dallas Baptist University and is originally from Ephrata, WA, which is near Spokane. She has served 3 times as a volunteer youth worker in England. She took a semester off in 2010 to serve and returned for the summer of 2011 building on the relationships she had already built. She visited the church on her Christmas break in 2011 and returned to begin a one-year assignment in the summer of 2012. Not surprisingly, her one-year assignment may stretch into 2 years, such is the value placed on this inspiring young Christian’s efforts to serve her Lord. Following is a “Praise the Lord” report on a current outreach effort by Greer and her colleagues:

GenR8ting a love for Jesus

I have been working with Melton Mowbray Baptist Church near Leicester, England (120 miles north of London) on and off for the last three years. I serve as their youth and family worker. My role with the church has been to plan weekly clubs and monthly events for all ages.

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