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Location: Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea: Youth Ministry Worker/ Educator


Most youth in Papua New Guinea have not been able to continue their education passed the third or fourth grade because of the government school system and their families’ lack of income. A youth ministry worker/educator is needed to help re-engage the youth of PNG with the church and to work alongside the church to help provide the youth with an education.


Applicants must have a minimum of an associate’s degree from a Bible college or university, preferably in youth work or education. The youth worker/educator also needs to love working with and spending time with youth, including playing sports and teaching biblically based lessons.


Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea.

Length of Service
  • Mid-term: one to twenty-four months
  • Long-term: two or more years
Ministry Description

Most people in PNG still live in grass huts and survive on their gardens. At the same time, they are trying to adjust to life in a complicated, technological world. And while 43 percent of Papua New Guineans consider themselves Protestant Christians, they often mix the truths of Christianity with their traditional beliefs and animistic customs. The people of PNG need to know the saving love of Jesus and the freeing power of that love. Christian Union Church seeks to meet this need through preaching and teaching.

Quick Facts
  • With over 800 languages, PNG is linguistically the world’s most complex nation. Church services are conducted and Bibles are written in Melanesian Pidgin, the local trade language.
  • Christian Union Church, formed in 1964 by Churches of Christ in Christian Union missionaries, currently has about 120 congregations and approximately 90 pastors in seven districts and three areas. While some churches have buildings, other congregations still meet in grass huts or under trees.
  • Men and women have very distinct roles in Papua New Guinean society. Women in the garden, take care of the children and pigs, and look after the home while men traditionally handle all negotiations.

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