Field Coordinator Q & A
What is a FIELD COORDINATOR?
Field Coordinators are missionaries who serve as a bridge between their home country and the mission field.
They facilitate the development of responsible indigenous Christian leadership and assist Christian leaders by enabling them to start ministries and outreaches to their own people such as
They do this by :
How long does it take to become a FIELD COORDINATOR?
This depends upon the individual or couple. It can take from six months to a year and a half.
Would I be paid by MV?
No, MV is a faith based mission. Therefore, each Field Coordinator is responsible to raise their support.
Why does MV use the term FIELD COORDINATOR and not MISSIONARY?
A missionary traditionally has pioneered the work directly with the people they serve, where as, a MV Field Coordinator works through the
What sort of Candidate is best suited to MV and its work with the
General Characteristics They would have lives that are:
MV Ministry Suited
Personally prepared to Serve:
How do I begin the process of becoming a FIELD COORDINATOR?
Interested in beginning the process? Send an email to the office nearest you requesting an application and indicating the country in which you reside as well as the country you wish to serve, if you know it.
Click on the office nearest you to send email.
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