Use your gifts in music to serve in a music center or other institutions. You will work under the supervision and mentoring of a long-term worker and see how your music gifts can be used for gospel work.
The majority of Christians in Vietnam come from the minority peoples, but the majority Viet Kinh (over 84 million people) has less than 500,000 believers, making it one of the most unreached people groups in the world. We can reach out to people in different creative ways.
We can reach out to people in different creative ways. In this ministry, you'll use your music gifts to reach out to people. Come and join our urban team as we equip the Vietnamese church to be effective in evangelism and discipleship. We value your contribution to our long term vision to see Vietnam transformed by communities of believers who are obeying Jesus and his Great Commission.
You will be assisting a long-term worker to teach in a small music center or some other institutions available. You'll be part of a small team that is working among the Vietnamese in an urban setting, equipping and serving local brothers and sisters.
You will begin with a period of language and culture learning through formal and informal Vietnamese classes to equip you in conversational Vietnamese and to have some understanding of the local setting.
Along side with the language learning, you'll also teach in a small music center under the supervision of a long-term worker. You may also assist him to arrange or conduct concerts.
Adequate qualifications to allow you to teach at least 1 musical instrument.
This position requires flexibility and a learner's attitude, ready to engage with the mentoring experience. You will need to be able to take initiative and be willing to contribute to team life- expect to grow in faith and perseverance!
You should be aware that our work in Vietnam requires wisdom and discretion; we follow certain security precautions (especially in communication) and seek to work with sensitivity to the local situation, whilst remaining bold with the gospel. Living standards in Vietnam may be lower than you are used to, and you will need to be ready to face the challenges of living in a cross-cultural setting.
*Australian citizens and/or residents only