Serving the CeLT without leaving home
There are a number of things that you can do to help us without ever leaving home. Here are a few of them:
Overseas Mobilization Coordinators – Overseas Mobilization Coordinators (OMC’s) are the spokespeople for our Team in a given country or region. The OMC’s primary task is to assist the CeLT in mobilizing prayer support for the work among the Celtic languages speakers. Second, the OMC’s will assist the CeLT in recruiting the on-field personnel and volunteers needed for our vision and strategy. Finally, the OMC’s will represent the CeLT to individuals, churches, denominations, and ministries, who have an interest in assisting the CeLT in some material way. The job of OMC involves building your own network of support (including volunteers to help with these tasks) where you are; recruiting Prayer Advocates in the different areas of your country or region; a lot of letter writing; some travel; speaking in churches, groups, organizations, conventions, conferences, etc.; and a lot of personal prayer time. At present, we are recruiting someone to serve as the CeLT’s Field Mobilization Coordinator, who will oversee all of the OMC’s. We are looking for people in the following areas to serve as OMC’s:
United States of America
United Kingdom Mobilization Coordinator
Ireland Mobilization Coordinator
Australia/New Zealand Mobilization Coordinator
Canada Mobilization Coordinator
Korea Mobilization Coordinator
South America Mobilization Coordinator
Europe Mobilization Coordinator
South Africa Mobilization Coordinator
Other – If God has given you a passion for the Celtic languages people groups and you would like to be a Mobilization Coordinator in your country, please let us know.
If you are interested in serving as an OMC or FMC with us, please click HERE.
Artists, Graphic Artists, Media workers (audio and/or video and print media) - People with these skills can often help us long-distance by volunteering their time and expertise to help us with specific assignments, which can be done long-distance via e-mail/internet. If you’d be willing to help in this way, please click HERE.
Translators – If English is not your first language and you’d be willing to help us translate this website as well as other materials that help to explain our work, we could certainly use your help. If you’d be willing to volunteer your time and expertise to translate some for us, please click HERE.