YWAM EP-J has a long history here on the border and is committed to see God’s promises fulfilled for Juárez, El Paso, and the nations. Through caring for a child, building a home, discipling a young person, or teaching a class, we are building the Kingdom of God in our community. Every act of obedience and service to the Lord is a building block.
However, you won’t be building on your own! We look to offer a supportive, relational community for our volunteer missionary staff, as we work together to bridge nations, cultures, and lives.
Do you love working with children? YWAM El Paso-Juárez has an exciting opportunity for those who have a heart for discipling children; there is a great need for staff at Rancho Los Amigos children’s home in Juárez, Mexico on the US border. You must have completed a DTS, preferably a secondary YWAM school, and Spanish proficiency is an asset. If you are interested, please e-mail: email@example.com
This department handles many high school, college, and church teams throughout the year, and is active in evangelistic and mercy ministries around Juárez. Spring Break, medical outreaches, and Mission Adventures are several ministries that this area oversees. We need committed, creative, passionate, and willing servants in this area who love working with youth! For more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Discipleship training is at the heart of Youth With A Mission. At YWAM El Paso-Juárez, we offer a Discipleship Training School (DTS), a School of Missions & Evangelism (SOME), and the Bible School for the Nations (BSN). If you have a heart for global missions and to disciple others in their relationship with God, come join our Training department as it impacts nations. To work with Training, you must have completed a DTS, preferably a secondary YWAM school, and Spanish proficiency is an asset. If you are interested, please e-mail: email@example.com
Do you desire to see women and children receive their God-given value, and communities transformed through midwifery and proper healthcare training? LifeReach International is looking for Childbirth Educators and Trainers, Labour Aides and Trainers, Midwives, Birth Attendant Associates (you do not need to hold license), and an Outreach coordinator/international liaison. If you are interested, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Communications department helps to “put a face” on the ministry. Using creative tools, this area shares through different media what God is doing through this ministry. We seek creative individuals who desire to serve God with their skills and are committed to excellence. At this time, we are looking for writers, graphic artists, photographers, and those interested in using video, multimedia, and the Internet to share God’s passion to reach all people. Prior training is encouraged, but not necessary. For more information please e-mail: email@example.com
Do you have a heart to serve leaders? Our base director gives oversight to the ministry and needs an assistant to handle scheduling, filing, phone services, and other secretarial roles. If you are willing to serve a leader this way, please contact us for more information. For more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth With A Mission El Paso-Juárez needs Bookkeeper/Accountant staff. These individuals must be willing to learn, have an aptitude for numbers, and a desire to serve the overall ministry in this way. Experience is helpful, but not necessary. Our ministry processes financial support for missionaries and ministries both here along the border and also around the world. For more information please e-mail: email@example.com
We have a network system for our office, and need staff to handle the routine maintenance of a server and the departmental computers. Are you a talented individual with good computer training that can work in this area for several hours per week and serve in other areas as well? For more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth With A Mission El Paso-Juárez is proceeding with development of the property in Mexico. Plans for new buildings are developed, and the enactments of grading and utility master plans are currently underway. We are looking for individuals interested in the mission field that have commercial and/or residential construction experience and can help with large-scale building projects. There is a regular schedule of volunteer teams with skilled labor, and we have many supply contacts on both sides of the border. For more information please e-mail: email@example.com
We need willing staff with carpentry experience to work with the construction of new buildings and maintenance on our properties in El Paso and Juárez. You could also help coordinate projects for our house building ministry, Casas de Esperanza. This can be a part-time or full-time role. For more information please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every YWAM worker, including the founder, Loren Cunningham, raises enough funds to meet his or her own financial needs. For most people in YWAM, these funds come from friends, family, and churches who contribute financially. Other YWAM workers rely on their own savings, part-time jobs, foreign employment, small businesses or even–in the case of some of our older staff–pension income.
YWAM has purposely chosen to emphasize personal support raising as the primary means of funding for our staff. Although we recognize there are many other valid ways of financing ministry, the way we have chosen is based on Biblical principles and has enabled us to include tens of thousands of people each year from over 130 countries in the task of fulfilling the Great Commission.
It is also a financial model that enables many important ministries to exist in our world today. Just as the staff of a church or a community service organization relies on donations to pay their salary, so our staff also rely on financial partners to meet their financial needs.
We believe, and have experienced many times, that personal support raising provides many benefits to our staff. It often creates a close bond between the financial partner and the worker on the field, it helps our workers experience God’s faithfulness in tangible ways, and when combined with a commitment to pray as well as to give, it provides powerful teamwork that results in encouragement for our workers and supernatural blessing on our ministries.