Could you help out at Nassa Theological College?
Despite the growth of the church, there are still a number of unreached people groups in Tanzania. AIM’s goal is to work together with national church partners to see the Gospel taken to those who have not yet heard.
Until 1989 the Africa Inland Church (AIC) had only two Bible Training Schools. The AIC in Tanzania (AICT) had to rely on colleges and institutions outside Tanzania. As the AICT grew, it became obvious that the church needed its own theological college to meet the growing need for leaders able to confront the many challenges it was facing. In January of 1989, Nassa Theological College (NTC) accepted eight students and began classes. Today NTC continues to experience God’s blessing as he continues to cause it to grow and equip men and women with Biblical training and skills for ministry. Their vision is to help provide strong Biblical training and discipleship for national church leaders and missionaries who will strengthen the church and be involved with evangelism in Tanzania, and beyond.
Ministry & Type of work:
Help from a short termer is required in discipleship, Bible study and youth work. Teaching English will also be really helpful to the college. There will be daily opportunities to communicate the gospel as you work alongside staff and students.
Qualifications & Experience:
- a degree is necessary for immigration purposes
- cross-cultural experience in a ministry setting is desired
- training in English as a second language is helpful
- a patient, people-person who is a good team player
Preferred start months: Jan, May or September of every year to have at least a full semester with the students
Duration: 6 – 12 months