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We continue to seek and welcome more disciples of Jesus Christ who are obediently responding to God’s call to make disciples of the nations and who are being sent as cross-cultural missionaries by the Holy Spirit, encouraged by local churches. Why indigenous North America? Reservations, isolated villages on rugged mountains and snow-capped communities lack one thing–a sustainable Gospel witness.
How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them?
If God has called you to to be the Gospel witness for Native Americans, First Nations or indigenous people for North America, we want to encourage you to take the first step in faith and contact our Information and Communications office

Download a list of staff needs. (All positions are support-based unless noted otherwise.)

There are five stages to the process:
  1. The Applicant (pre-acceptance, application)
  2. The Candidate (pre-acceptance, interviews)
  3. The Missionary Appointee (pre-field assignment, support raising)
  4. The Field Missionary (two-year, first term)
  5. The Senior Missionary (long-term)
Be sure that you are in agreement with the Statement of Faith and Position Statements.

The process of becoming a missionary with UIM International involves a substantial investment of resources like time and finances. The process is a lengthy one from the time of initial application to the time of actual long-term missionary service.