Some Christians ask us why does Teachers In Service pursue teachers for children of missionaries?  Because teachers of children of missionaries contributes to keeping their parents on the field. Some ask us if teaching these children is real missionary service.  Yes it is! If you are...

Depending on where you go, water may need to treated or filtered before you drink it or use it for cooking. Vegetables and fruit may need to be treated with chemicals (e.g. chlorine water, iodine, potassium permanganate solution) before use. Your missionary agency will provide...

Mission schools typically do not have adequate personnel to cover all their needs. A spouse may find opportunities to contribute to the school. Some individuals may become teachers themselves (even though that was not anticipated), or librarians, mechanics, secretaries, landscapers, plumbers, etc.  Ask your mission...

Ask your mission organization this question.  Some missionary teachers send out a newsletter four times a year and others two times a year.  Ask other teachers how often to they send out newsletters.  The point is to keep prayer and financial supporters informed as well...

Typically you do need to raise your own support.  While there are a few exceptions, Teachers In Service works with donation, faith based MK teachers and schools. •  You need to raise your own support because paying teachers a salary means the school has to raise tuition ...

Certainly! Those who support you understand that you will be in a new situation and that you will have many new experiences, good and bad. When you go on furlough supporters will ask you for specific prayer requests. Be sure and keep your supporters informed...

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