(Argentina CNSAM). Extreme Nazarene Missions continues its efforts to seek Argentine youth to plant a church in the city of Córdoba, Argentina.
For the church plant in Córdoba, Extreme will pair six Argentine young people with six North American young people to work together for 28 months. The missionaries are called 40/40 church planters and share certain characteristics:
- they should be between 18-30 years of age,
- have finished high school,
- be mature in Christian character,
- and have a call to missions or to be involved in the church plant.
The application process finalizes with an interview session in August, at which point the candidates will be selected. The project is being promoted throughout Argentina and young people have already responded to the call to apply to be 40/40 church planters.
Once the Argentines are selected, they will begin to raise funds for the project. They will need to raise $250 per month along with travel expenses. The 28 month commitment includes 4 months of seminary classes in Quito, Ecuador, 1 month of Master’s Plan training in Cali, Colombia, and 23 months on the field in Córdoba. During their time in the field, the missionaries will continue to take online seminary classes, and will finish having completed half of the courses for a bachelor’s degree in intercultural studies.
Extreme Nazarene is looking for more Argentine candidates to apply for the 40/40 church planter positions. If you would like more information about the project, or know someone who would be interested in applying, you can find more information on the website, extremenazarene.org, or contact Cailyn Wheatley at firstname.lastname@example.org You can follow Extreme Nazarene on Facebook at Extreme Nazarene Missions.
Fuente: Michael Wheatley.