Places We Work
World Horizons is a multi-national mission organization with more than 300 members working in long-term teams in more than 30 countries.
World Horizons would like to announce some open job positions. Do any of these jobs interest you? Please contact email@example.com if you would like to get involved on the field! We need…
- Language learners worldwide
- Training director for the Filipus discipleship training program in a new city in Turkey
- Children’s Activities coordinators in France, Japan, and Cambodia
- Language teachers in India
- Educational tutors for missionary’s kids worldwide
- Prayer house support in North Africa and Asia,
- People to provide hospitality worldwide, and especially in the UK, NAfrica, Turkey, and France
- Short-term liaison- worldwide
- Support in the Human Resources Department – worldwide
- Small business developer- worldwide, and especially in Egypt and Turkey
- A Finance director especially in Turkey, the US, the UK, and North Africa
- Sports Ministry Coordinator- France, Japan, Cambodia, and Africa
- Small Fellowship/ House Church encourager- Worldwide
- Recruiter- United States, United Kingdom
- Home country support network in the US, and the UK
The former French colonies of West Africa were historically neglected by evangelical missions. Islam has been strong in this part of Africa for a thousand years. Beginning in the early twentieth century, however, Protestant missions began to witness in the hinterlands, areas that are now know as Niger, Burkina Faso and Mali.
Our teams are using creative and compassionate means to share the gospel and encourage the planting of churches among neglected peoples.
Islam began fourteen centuries ago among the tribal peoples of the Arabian peninsula. From there it spread westward as far as the nations today known as Morocco and Mauretania, on the Atlantic coast of Africa. Eastward it spread as far as the islands of Indonesia and the Philippines. Today the spread of Islam continues through the migration of Muslims into Europe and the Americas.
Christian missionary initiative has historically been difficult in many parts of the Muslim world however much prayer and perseverance is providing opportunity for the sharing of Christian truth. Evangelism & discipleship, church-planting and the training of national leaders is happening in many places throughout the Muslim world.
Our work in Latin America, in the nations of Brazil and Venezuela is focused on the mobilization and training of Latin Americans to serve among unreached peoples. A substantial number of our team members in India, Africa and the Middle East are from these nations and we are keen to continue to provide training and ministry opportunities for those offering for mission service.
We have two bases in Brazil and one in Venezuela. These share in a training program which gives candidates a year of Missions, Biblical studies, Cross-cultural studies and Practical training in one country followed by an internship in the other. Candidates then travel to Wales for a further orientation to World Horizons followed by placement with a field team.
Historical Europe is a rich center of Christianity. From the shores of this continent the gospel message was taken to many other parts of the world. However the rise of the post-modern and secular world, coupled with migration of peoples of other faiths, has resulted in the decline of Christendom and rise of pluralism.
Europe is once again becoming a mission field and our teams are serving to encourage and build up the local church.
The largest communities of unreached peoples are found within Asia, where two-thirds of the world’s people live. As Asian nations have become the manufacturing centers of the world the increase in their material wealth is impacting traditional ways of life. Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim and lesser religious communities are all being impacted.
As team members invest their lives in Asian communities creative and compassionate ways are found to share the unique message of the Kingdom of God.