Opportunity

Leadership Trainers

The Position

As a leadership trainer, you’ll work with St. Lucia’s nationals to create and sustain strong ministries that serve the practical and spiritual needs of God’s people. If you have a passion for sharing Christ, the heart for missions work and the talent to lead, ABWE needs your help in St. Lucia.

As a church development leader, you will:

  • Help servant-leaders develop their skills and inspire them to greater service
  • Help ABWE teammates and St. Lucian nationals create programs and activities that encourage the church toward evangelism and discipleship
  • Assist with practical skills such as budgeting, planning, marketing and organization
  • Share your personal testimony, answer questions about the Bible and faith, and set an excellent example by living an authentically Christian lifestyle.
  • Develop meaningful relationships in the community that build trust and develop relationships within the community
The Need

In Saint Lucia, 95% of people identify as Christian and there are strong ties to both Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. While the Christian population represents a large majority, less than 20% are evangelical believers. We are excited about the opportunities available, but we need more missionaries in order to better serve Saint Lucian believers and those that have not yet encountered the gospel.

With additional missionaries we can grow God’s kingdom, make churches more accessible, reinforce strong local leadership, and help make this beautiful island nation a beacon of light in the West Indies.

Is God leading you to serve as a missionary to Saint Lucia?

The Impact

You can make a huge impact through developing new leaders on the mission field. Our missionaries spend enormous amounts of time and energy encouraging, training, and discipling men and women to become Christ-filled leaders to their own people and nation. We focus on providing leaders with practical skills to help them build healthy churches that embrace their own role in missions. Whether it’s teaching classes at one of our seminaries, mentoring a small group of believers, or providing one-on-one accountability, we need people who are committed to forming leaders that build healthy churches and embrace their own role in missions.

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