Africa has traditionally been rural, and opportunities still abound in village communities. Two major trends over the last several decades have been high population growth and urbanization. More than 50 percent of Africans live in cities, creating enormous potential for bringing Christ to Africa’s urban centers.
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Alaska, meaning “Great Land,” is a place with a great need to share Jesus Christ among the urban and rural populations and in the bush villages.
Ninety-two percent of Argentina’s population is urban, with Roman Catholicism being the major religion. Argentina’s cities are a wide-open mission field.
Australia has always been a land of immigrants, and metropolitan Melbourne is a vast multicultural mission field. Workers are needed to reach these people with the gospel and press on in the face of Australians’ spiritual apathy.
Reliable Bible translation supported by literacy, training, and publishing services gets the Word of God into people’s hands and into their hearts.
Brazil is in harvest phase, with an openness to the gospel that may not last into the future. Church planters and theological educators can seize this opportunity while the doors to people’s hearts are open.
Cambodians see Buddhism as part of their national identity. Christianity is becoming more accepted, but help is needed to strengthen believers in discipleship and to start new churches.
Our ministry team is focusing on educating and equipping national leaders through discipleship, mentoring, and ministry training to lead and plant new churches.
Campus ministries hold tremendous potential. Both North American and International students often take the gospel back to their homelands, even to places where missionaries cannot go.
As one of the world’s most ethnically diverse nations, Canada offers boundless innovative means for reaching people arriving from countries encircling the globe.
The church in CAR has an overwhelming need for African and missionary personnel to plant new churches, train leadership, work with youth, and conduct medical ministry.
This predominately Muslim nation has opportunities for ministry in the lesser-reached northern and eastern regions. Church planters, Bible school and theological instructors, and Bible translators are needed throughout the country.
The most unreached group in Chile is the professional class. The need for churches among them reaches beyond the capital of Santiago into other large cities.
Every year, Christianity steadily declines in North America, even as more people who have never heard the gospel immigrate to our shores. Church planting and discipleship are essential those right on our doorsteps.
Missionaries are needed to expand our current Bible institute and youth ministry in San Pedro and to launch ministries in dynamic partnership with national leaders.
Much of the world’s population resides within the borders of nations that are closed to standard missionary endeavor. With creativity and sensitivity, this missions frontier can be reached.
The nationalized churches in the Dominican Republic are eager for partnerships with expatriate missionaries as they further the cause of Christ, especially in the area of theological education.
EBI is committed to the production and distribution of doctrinally sound, Christ-centered, and theologically profound Spanish literature.
We urgently need church planters and those who will develop supporting ministries such as camps and Bible institutes.
Missionaries with a heart for evangelism, discipleship, and church planting can enter the country through work in education, medicine, IT and other skills.
Religion plays mostly a cultural role in the lives of French people. We need church planters and Bible institute teachers to help bring genuine life-change through Christ.
After decades of church planting in Germany, BMM missionaries are teaming up with Germans to expand into unreached cities. Leadership training is also needed to equip German pastors and church planters.
Much of Ghana remains without a gospel witness or Bible-preaching churches. Educators, medical personnel, and youth workers will also find many opportunities in Ghana.
Ministries focused towards specific cultural groups (Chuukese, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino) provide a unique ministry opportunity on Guam, especially among young people.
Catholicism enjoys a special position in Haiti, and many Haitians practice elements of voodoo in addition to their religion. Bible-preaching churches are needed throughout Haiti.
Many consider Hawaii to be a tropical paradise. Few think of it as the multicultural mission field it is. Find how you can reactivate Hawaii as a BMM mission field.
Central and eastern Honduras have great needs for new churches, but an urgent need also exists for missionaries to work in Honduras’s Bay Islands.
The field of Indonesia is wide open for those with faith in the power of the gospel to work even in dark places.
Broadcasting ministries have proven effective in reaching Italians for Christ. Through creativity and perseverance, more churches can be established in this country and leaders trained to equip the church.
We are looking for missionaries burdened to work alongside Jamaican Christian leaders to reactivate BMM ministry within Jamaica.
The Joshua Project estimates a need for nearly 2,500 workers for Japan. No matter what skill set a person may possess, God can utilize it for His glory in Japan.
Even though Jewish people live in neighborhoods with Bible-believing churches, they remain largely untouched by serious evangelistic effort!
Kenya has a large population of nominal Christians in every level of society. Missionary teams are needed to plant solidly biblical churches and to develop discipleship and campus ministries.
In-depth work in Liberia has produced many churches and support ministries. Missionaries will find opportunities to train future church leaders and develop missionary/national church-planting teams.
In the world’s most devoutly Catholic nation, BMM missionaries have established a church and are training leaders. Great potential exists for student ministries and for church planting on neighboring islands.
Explore the possibilities of this fast-growing country that's home to one of the world's largest metropolitan areas, Mexico City.
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Mormonism, officially known as The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, ranks among the six largest religious bodies in America.
BMM's work in Mozambique started as a partnership between Brazilian and American missionaries. More church planters are needed to join the team, with future potential for Bible institutes, camps, and other ministries.
The Bibles International Myanmar Society is looking for workers in linguistics, literacy, and Bible translation for Scripture translation projects among Myanmar's many language groups.
Over 570 Native American nations are recognized in the US and more than 630 First Nations groups in Canada. Their spiritual needs represent a mission field right on our doorstep.
New Zealand was once considered a Christian nation, but Kiwis are increasingly interested in other forms of spirituality outside of God and Christianity. We need long-term missionaries to establish churches that teach the Bible in a way that transforms lives.
Through extensive missionary work, 96 percent of islanders claim to be Christian, but true repentance and discipling are urgently needed. Church planters, Bible translators, and Bible institute and medical personnel will find many ministry opportunities.
Service opportunities abound for working independently or in team ministries with Peruvians in the areas of church planting, theological education, camp ministries, radio and more.
In a unique ministry, BMM missionaries work among Romania's spiritually neglected Roma (Gypsy) population. Additional church planters, youth workers, reading teachers, and musicians are greatly needed.
Our ministries are centered in Kezmarok through a missionary couple who make contacts for their church through ESL and music and youth ministry. Additional help is needed for their church, and the door is wide open for ministry in other areas.
Known as the "Rainbow Nation," South Africans comprise multiple races and religions. Even their Christian community is a melting pot of denominations and perspectives. Church planters are needed to establish biblical churches.
You may be surprised that Spain is the least-evangelized Spanish-speaking country in the world. Join the church-planting team that seeks to reverse this reality. Churches are being planted, and a Bible institute and campus ministry further enhance the outreach.
If you are burdened for church planting and theological education, join the work in St. Vincent and reach into the country’s interior and the Grenadine islands for Christ.
The spiritual need of Taiwan is staggering. The majority of Taiwanese people have never heard the gospel clearly presented, and most churches are ecumenically oriented.
Fewer than 1 percent of Thai people are evangelical Christians. Church planters skilled in evangelism and discipleship are needed to establish a testimony for Christ in Thailand.
Since the 1950s, BMM missionaries have established churches in the southern portion of The Netherlands, which is predominately Catholic. Numerous towns in this area are still unreached, and missionaries committed to this task are needed.
Once a sender of missionaries, England needs new churches started and existing churches strengthened. Missionaries burdened for Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists will find a mission field among England's immigrants. The BMM Bible college in England can also be further developed.
North America is the largest unchurched English-speaking mission field in the world. Only China and India have larger populations of non-Christians.
Our goal is the training of Venezuelan leadership. Contact us to find how your skills could be used to build up the church in Venezuela.