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The process to become a career missionary

  1. Pre-application
    • Complete a preliminary questionnaire.
    • During the application process, a member of our team will assist you regarding the timeline for you to enter Ethnos360's training.
    • You should talk with and receive guidance from your church leaders.
  2. Application
    • Complete the application process.
      • The application process takes four to six weeks; you should plan to start as early as possible (before early March).
      • Our application deadline for the August term is May 1.
  3. Training
  4. Membership
    • It is our goal that everyone who completes training is qualified and ready for service with Ethnos360, however, membership is not guaranteed. Upon completion of the training program, there will be a Membership Interview with the Ethnos360 Personnel Department.
  5. Pre-Field Preparation
    • Obtain your passports, visas and immunizations.
    • Raise prayer and financial support: You are responsible for the cost of travel, monthly living, insurance and limited administrative expenses.
  6. On-field Orientation
    • When you arrive in the country where you will serve, you will learn the primary language spoken there, become familiar with the country's culture, and learn about what ministries are happening there.
  7. Ministry
    • After orientation, you are ready to begin ministry. If you are a church planter, you will work in cooperation with mission leaders in the country to locate a new or existing work to take part in. Missionaries in support roles will begin their ministry as part of the church planting team. In most cases, missionaries go on home assignment for one year after each four years of service.