Opportunity

Pastoral Training

The Position

If you love investing in the lives of others and helping them come to their full potential as disciples for Christ, we have a need for you in Paraguay.

We're looking for men who have a pastoral heart for teaching, guiding, and encouraging other men to fill the pulpits in Paraguay. We're looking for teachers with a desire to develop leadership through weekend training times at the Baptist Pastors Training Center. There is a small apartment connected to the training center to use during your stay.

The Need

While Catholicism is the dominant religion of Paraguay, many people are receptive to the gospel. With a large percentage of the population under 30, the potential for youth and children's ministry is tremendous. The younger generation is longing for spiritual instruction and positive role models, as many citizens are dissatisfied with the government's long history of corrupt dictatorships. Youth and children’s ministry workers can develop campus ministries and Bible classes in elementary and high schools. Additionally, we long for new missionaries who will partner with us and the local church to expand our reach in church planting, teaching, and leadership training. Will you prayerfully consider joining us so we can reach more Paraguayans for Christ?

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.


Due to COVID-19, travel requirements for trips originating from the US vary by location. To learn more, contact us at go@abwe.org. We’d love to talk to you!

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