What does a mission information worker look like?

What does a mission information worker look like?

On the outside, there could appear great diversity. A mission information worker could be a man or woman, from any generation, from any nationality. So a mission information worker could be, well, just about anyone from anywhere.

Key qualities include a Great Commission Vision and biblical understanding. These generate motivation and passion.

Mission Information Workers also show common traits such as curiosity, creativity, servanthood, perseverance, organization, relational and team player.

Skill levels among Mission Information Workers can very greatly. On one end of the continuum, there may be students and church members, who have a vision for using mission information, but perhaps lack practical skills. On the other end of the continuum are mission specialists, with many years of practical experience, some of whom have earned advanced academic degrees.

So, do you see yourself in this "mirror"?

If so, you may benefit by collaborating with our Global Research Team. If you are on the "less experienced" end of the continuum, you may benefit by being mentored by one of our team members. See the "Research Mentoring" tab for options. If you are more experienced, you can sharpen and complement your skills by working with our team. As Ecclesiastes 4:9 reminds us, "Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil." Contact us to explore the possibilities.