SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:
Global Outreach Representatives train, equip, and encourage nationals (often in a team environment) to develop a FamilyLife ministry that wins people to Christ, builds them up in their faith, and sends them out to mobilize others to do the same, all in the context of marriage and family.
FOR THIS POSITION:
Plan trips to foreign countries to provide training and encourage ministry growth. This involves making training plans/schedules, making travel arrangements, satisfying visa and country entry requirements, making financial arrangements, etc.
Travel (generally as a couple) to foreign countries and train nationals to be part of a team that plans, organizes, and grows their own FamilyLife ministry.
Speak at FamilyLife events using FamilyLife’s distinct way of speaking.
Care for the key couples in assigned territories with regular ongoing calls for coaching and encouragement.
Lead or assist with a variety of projects to help FamilyLife reach more people in more places.
Perform a variety of administrative functions such as reporting, budgeting, guidance, and assistance with translation and licensing requests, compliance with FamilyLife international travel and crisis management protocols, etc.
Actively raise and maintain financial support necessary to support wage compensation requirements according to corporate compensation policies and set rates.
We exist to help families grow together and impact their corner of the world.
Our vision is that every home would be a godly home.
At FamilyLife, we understand there is a gap between the intention we have for our families and what we actually experience in life. Too often, our relationships fall short of what we desire them to be.
But this isn’t what we were made for. Instead, we believe God made us to live in perfect community with Him and each other. We believe God’s word offers insight for us to bridge the gap — to make our intentions match the reality of our relationships. To that end, we create content and experiences to help families pursue what matters most and grow more fulfilling connections with God, each other, and their communities.