7) Teaching English Online as a Ministry

There are dozens of companies that you can teach English online for. One of the best for ministry purposes is Enlai (or Native Camp). This website connects you with mostly adult Japanese language learners. About half of these students just want to talk with an English speaker, so you have twenty-five minutes to get to know and hopefully have spiritual conversations with them, while getting paid! Learn more at…


9) Take a STEP into cross-cultural ministry

stepSensing a possible call from God to serve cross-culturally? Not sure where to go or how to get started? Consider STEP — Serving to Equip People – an initiative matching mature young people with seasoned Entrust staff for a one-year term of service in Europe. It’s an opportunity to gain hands-on experience, provide meaningful service within the context of the local church and explore your gifting and calling for cross-cultural ministry. If you love God, follow Jesus, adhere to the Bible, and value mentoring, multiplication and real-life transformation, consider stepping into STEP. Entrust plans to deploy their inaugural STEP class this summer. Better act fast though: The application deadline is April 15. Call them at 719-622-1980 or visit…

While you’re at it, please click “comment” below the web version of this item and tell them what you think about STEP.

11) Learn How To Use Mobile Technology for Your Ministry

Mobile-DevicesThis year, the majority of all internet access will be through mobile devices, representing a great communication channel to use for Kingdom advancement. The Mobile Ministry Forum’s updated training course is comprised of 3 two-week modules that you can do at your own pace. There is also an optional project planning opportunity. The next session starts on February 10 and the cost is $65. The only requirements: an internet connection, a computer, and a mobile phone (smart-phone or feature phone). Course information can be found at:

4) Get the East-West Church and Ministry Report for Free

The impact of the Ukraine crisis on the church and ministries in Ukraine and Russia is the subject of the latest issue of the East-West Church and Ministry Report. Editor Mark Elliott
emark936atgmaildotcom shares that grant funding is permitting the distribution of the Ukraine theme issue free to non-subscribers in English, Russian, and Ukrainian via the EWC&M Report website home page:

This website also makes available at no charge the full text of all other issues of the EWC&M Report more than one year old. Since its founding in 1993, the EWC&M Report has covered all aspects of church life and ministry in the former Soviet Union and Central and
Eastern Europe.

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