Be it a full-time job or a two-week volunteer stint, emulating Jesus through service brings joy and contentment. At VividFaith you’ll find everything from teaching vacancies in Guam to physician needs in Nepal. We are just getting started, and have many things planned. As a VividFriend, you can search through assignments, and apply for those that match your passion and skills. Make VividFaith your first step in your journey of sharing your faith and expressing your love for God and others. Become a VividFriend today.
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If you like to write and have an interest in Adventist history, this is perfect for you. You will work closely with an assistant editor and write an article that will be signed, peer-reviewed, and published.
Coordinate the Adventist Hebrew Influence Center and the Hebrew community in Buenos Aires.
Be part of a team that helps place long-term missionaries around the world. Enjoy a work culture rooted in missions.
Assist with a variety of humanitarian projects.
Be part of the cyber security team of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Design promotional materials for the academy.
This assignment is perfect if you want to share your skills at video recording, editing, and livestreaming!
A fulfilling way to share both your nursing experience and knowledge—and at the same time serve a need in this mission-focused university.
Use your skills to join a faculty teaching at the university level.
Use your technical skills to assist a radio station while sharing your faith with the community.
Combine your skills with your passion of missions in this university-supported medical clinic.
Teach Mandarin to students of other languages and enjoy living on an impressive campus with stately buildings and beautiful views.
Be a true missionary on this small heavily populated island teaching in a school with over 300 students.
Teach and mentor young people in an academy setting.
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Here’s what I knew about the African continent before I arrived in Uganda with my family.* I pictured a harsh, barren land (as depicted in some documentaries) and having to fetch water from some far away riverbed.
One day at recess, my youngest girl came up to me, a massive smile spread across her face, ad asked me to hold out my hand. “Something for Teecha,” she rasped out in her warm, little voice.
I’d been losing focus. I was getting frustrated about little things. I was having a hard time being encouraging and patient. Something had to change.