Are you ready to take the next step with International Teams?
If you’re interested in going somewhere with International Teams and want to get the process rolling, fill out our Next Step Form. (You’ll be asked to create a username to save your information and protect your privacy.)
God was at work long before any of us, and the story of his work is nothing short of miraculous. The amazing thing is that he cares for us enough to be among us—to be “God with us”. That makes the difference. ITeams is part of a much bigger story that’s unfolding. We bring people together to help the oppressed. God invites us to join him in his work in communities around the world.
We’re looking for others to join with us where they can make a long-term strategic impact in specific places around the world.
We encourage you to begin by speaking with your local church pastor or church leader. These conversations can be an important part of discerning how God is leading you, and can provide a strong base of support to build from. ITeams requires all workers to have the full endorsement of a local church.
Here are some documents that are designed to help you see the overall process, depending on what kind of opportunity you are considering:
After that you’ll be contacted by one of our Mobilizers who will personally coach and pray with you as you explore different ministry opportunities with International Teams.
After determining some viable options in conversation, you’ll be invited to fill out an application for service.
Once we receive your application we’ll contact your references, including your church, and begin the review process. We’ll walk you and your church through the entire process and be available to answer your questions.
No matter your anticipated length of service, we highly recommend that you start the process as early as possible.
We’ll discover with you how God has equipped you for ministry.
We’ll train you and give you tools you’ll need to be successful on the field.
We’ll also show you how to build a ministry team to support you during your assignment and beyond.
Questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.
If you’re a family member and have questions, this may be helpful.