We are seeking people who are called to equip, disciple, empower and release national leaders to transform the spiritual landscape of Mozambique and the world.
All applicants should be familiar with the Iris mission and spiritual ethos as a Spirit-directed, Kingdom ministry and be people whose calling and qualifications will help advance Iris’ strategic priorities. Long-term missionaries at Iris must have the following character traits:
Long-term service at Iris is generally defined as a commitment of two years or more with the following exceptions:
Long-term missionaries are responsible for their own financial support and come to Iris as volunteers. Even so, long-term workers are still accountable to the leadership of Iris Global and should seek to function in an interdependent and submissive manner within the Iris community – including the scheduling of travel, holidays and breaks.
Applicants should be able-bodied and in good health due to the demanding physical conditions of the areas where we minister. Medical insurance coverage will be verified before your acceptance.
We expect long-term missions applicants to have successfully completed Harvest School and/or an Iris Global School and have visited one or more Iris bases. This ensures that we know you and you know us before committing to a longer-term association.
The Missions Council of Iris Global receives all applications and works under the Holy Spirit’s direction to match prospective missionaries with the current needs and opportunities at the Iris bases. However, each base has the final say on which missionaries they will be receiving. Therefore, if you know God is leading you to work with a certain Iris base, we encourage you to reach out to the respective leader about serving there.
For more information, continue on to the Long-Term Service Application Process.