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Business or Skill Coaching

The last 20 years of ministry in Uganda has produced almost 2000 Baptist Churches. However, the Church remains a mile wide and an inch deep. To meet this challenge professionals need to integrate work with discipleship. Intro The Internship in Discipleship and The Ideas Workshop. High school graduates are trained in metal fabrication and carpentry in The Ideas Workshop which is owned and operated by The Internship in Discipleship. Your opportunity is to aid in the development, training and management of The Ideas Workshop and or the development and management of a NGO platform to own and operate The Ideas Workshop and other potential BAM projects in Uganda.

Male. Business, NGO or vocation skill experience. Compassion, coaching ability, team work, able to work among poor with limited resources. Willing to have very broad impact by training others. Self-motivated. Will need to know how to prepare food from scratch. Timing of arrival needs to be confirmed with Jon and Jenny Davis.
Sequentially: Learn language and culture (depending on time commitment). Provide business and skill coaching training people who will grow into faithful leaders and disciples who are servants and persons of integrity, who handle and apply the Word well, with a passion for the lost as well as the found, who are equipped and have a passion for training others, and who are holistically healthy in personal and family life.
English and tribal and/or Swahili helpful
English and tribal and/or Swahili helpful
Uganda generally has a wonderful climate, warm sometimes moist days, cooler nights getting progressively warmer to the north. Begin in Kampala. Later possibly move elsewhere. You would likely live in a screened cement block house with a concrete painted floor that many times would have water and electricity. At times challenging internet access. No need for air conditioning. Kampalas traffic challenges most.
WorldVenture in Uganda, MissionVenture Uganda, seeks to strengthen and enlarge the church of Jesus Christ as they minister holistically to children, youth, and adults, to those of minority groups, and to the disenfranchised, in partnership with the Baptist Union of Uganda and other local churches, through formal and informal education in leadership training and through strategic relationships. They do this envisaging creative, vibrant, and reproducing churches composed of mature believers of integrity, equipped through holistic training, who are committed to building strong family units, mentoring others, and impacting the circles in which they move in positive and profound ways.
Uganda, Africa