Are you ready to serve cross-culturally, overseas? Are you ready to make an impact on the lives of others and in your own life as well? Have you sensed God might be calling you but you weren’t sure what do about it?
Since 1972 Cornerstone International (CI) has been preparing and sending hundreds of cross-cultural workers to impact thousands with the message of the amazing love of God. CI has 40 mission workers serving in 18 countries in fields such as medical (nursing, med-techs, PA), at-risk and abandoned children, youth, Bible translation, sustainable agriculture, discipleship training and church-planting, evangelism, maintenance and building, and much more.
Or, if you are being called to another part of the world, contact us. We specialize in mobilizing and preparing those who are called so they can get to the mission field ready to impact the world with the hope of Jesus Christ.
We have several long-term (2 years or more) mission opportunities for you to pray about and consider. Keep reading below and contact us when you’re ready to take the next step. Also, please share these opportunities with others who might be interested. —————————————————————————————————————————–
HONDURAS – Loma de Luz (LDL)
CI partners with LDL (mission hospital, bilingual school and children’s center) located on the north coast of Honduras and there are several needs to be filled. We currently have 8 CI staff serving at LDL. Visit http://www.crstone.org for more info on LDL’s work.
•Primary school teachers for El Camino Bilingual school working with local Honduran and missionary staff children
•Director(s) and long-term childcare workers for Sanctuary House Children’s House working with at-risk, abandoned and special needs children of Honduras
ECUADOR – Young Life (Vida Joven)
CI partners with Young Life (YL) in Ecuador to bring about life transformation. YL Ecuador is an incarnational ministry that seeks to form relationships with local youth, present Jesus to them and walk with them as they grow in their faith.
We are looking for leaders that have a heart to reach youth and who are not afraid to jump into a different culture full of new experiences. Leaders must have an adventurous, unreserved spirit, a strong relationship with the Lord and be somewhat self-motivated. Young Life activities involve contact work with youth, club, camp, and discipleship. As Young Life is primarily a relational ministry, a basic level of Spanish is necessary. We have 2 CI staff serving with YL in Ecuador.
(Note: to serve with YL through CI, you will need to gain approval from both CI and YL) ———————————————————————————————————————————————-
COSTA RICA – Abraham Project (AP)
CI partners with the Abraham Project in San Jose, Costa Rica to serve and transform the local community through evangelism, discipleship and social involvement. AP serves at-risk and abandoned children through on-site children’s’ homes (where many of the kids are in the process of being adopted), daycare, community outreach and much more. We have 2 CI staff serving with AP in Costa Rica.
Position Title: Children’s Home House Parents
Description: A loving, Christian family (or couple) will fulfill the role of “substitute parents” for 7-9 children at risk, in a normal family setting. Involves living in a home with these children and being responsible for the daily operation of the home.
(Note: to serve at the Abraham Project through CI, you will need to gain approval from both CI and AP) ———————————————————————————————————————————————-
So, are you ready? Contact us to begin the process or ask questions.