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New Tribes Mission is now Ethnos360. Learn More. dismiss

Where does Ethnos360 have opportunities for missionaries?

You'll find opportunities everywhere Ethnos360 missionaries are: Latin America, Africa and Asia-Pacific, as well as North America, Europe and Australia. Locations vary, from isolated jungles to bustling cities, hot lowlands to cool mountainsides, and lush rainforests to arid areas. The climate varies accordingly. Most locations offer gorgeous scenery. All provide great opportunity for cultural awareness and enrichment.

Can you tell me more about Ethnos360's training?

Learn about training at the Missionary Training Center and the Ethnos360 Bible Institute.

How are missionaries' ministries funded?

Ethnos360 missionaries are not paid. They look to the Lord for provision of their financial needs, knowing God meets the needs of those who are in His service primarily through His people.

Ethnos360 gives missionaries training and support in effective and appropriate methods of developing financial partnerships.

What is a wife's role as an Ethnos360 missionary?

Ethnos360 sees family as an integral part of ministry. A key portion of the ministry missionaries have in the community at large is the example they set in living out their beliefs in the context of a healthy family lifestyle. Parents must seek God’s wisdom in working out the harmony of serving in ministry as they lead their family.

Ethnos360 expects a commitment of both husband and wife to ministry.  However, what that ministry looks like will vary depending on individual family needs and abilities.

What types of educational programs are available for my children?

Ethnos360 desires to help parents ensure that children are educated properly, in line with the standards that exist in their home countries. Available educational programs vary by location.

Typically, more than a third of the children of Ethnos360 members are home-schooled. We actively support home-schooling parents, providing certified teachers to assist parents when available.

More than a quarter attend our mission schools and live with their parents. About 10 percent attend our mission schools and live in dorms, and approximately 10 percent attend schools jointly operated by multiple mission organizations.

The remainder -- about one-fifth -- are in a variety of other educational settings, such as schools in the USA, local public schools, private schools and correspondence courses.

What if I’ve struggled in the past with moral issues?

By God’s grace, as we submit to the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives, He conforms us over time to the image of Jesus Christ. Admission coaches will work with you to determine your readiness to enter training with Ethnos360.

What if I am in debt?

Our policy is for all incoming candidates to be debt-free. However, we consider each person's situation regarding home mortgages, car payments and your ability to maintain these while in the training. Business matters, property arrangements and other situations involving finances must be satisfactorily arranged prior to entering the training.

What if I have been divorced and/or remarried?

A couple with divorce in their backgrounds will be considered for serving in Ethnos360 if divorce and remarriage took place prior to salvation.

Singles with divorce in their backgrounds prior to salvation will be eligible for membership in Ethnos360, provided they remain single.

How do I get started?

Complete a preliminary questionnaire online.

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us or call us at 407-547-2351.