How to Teach English Overseas and Be a Missionary Too

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"Those who can't do, teach." - WRONG.

Teachers do not need to fall victim to the sacred & secular divide. All of life - home, classroom, community - can and does spread the gospel. 

Marketplaces around the world are hungry for quality educators, especially if you have certification in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). Teaching overseas not only is a job that sustains an individual on the field, but is a way to represent Jesus by working for the good of the people in an unreached city. Teachers invest in a generation that could change the world and the face of missions as we know it. 

Check out this article by Jessica Hulbert from TEAM that answers some of the most important questions about being a missional teacher. 

 

 

Are you a teacher who has gospel impact story? Comment below or post a story - we would love to hear it! 

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  • Mihigo Jean de Dieu

    Mihigo Jean de Dieu

    Hi readers, I am a teacher by professional, I am coming from Rwanda in Africa. In 1994 Rwanda has encountered a horrible genocide of Tutsi, and more than one million of Tutsi have been killed. However, I am one of the survivors of this horrible genocide, and I am one who had to experience the forgiveness as I was teaching a student who led a group of killers that killed my mother, my father and other relatives. Because of the Gospel. I would like to share my experience in forgiveness especially to the young people from the countries in need. Blessings, Jean