waveRegistered qualified teachers who have had experience in Christian Schools that would be best, but committed Christian Teachers who are willing to be taught about the way we deliver Christian Schooling in Myanmar are encouraged to apply.

If you are interested to receive an application with all details they should respond to Principal David Coates    at   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Christian Leaders' Training College in Papua New Guinea seeks expressions of interest for a Technical Services person and an experienced Business Manager. CLTC has a business that helps fund its teaching programmes in the Highlands of PNG. Enquiries to Russell Thorp (Auckland), 021481088 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The CBC (Brethren) churches of Papua New Guinea require the services of a property manager to oversee administration of the CBC properties. This includes project management and relational abilities with some background in property maintenance and management. Expressions of interest are to be sent in the first instance to Russell Thorp- Missions Director for GC3, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 021481088

ASEANsign-585x389In my most recent contacts with Thailand I have been amazed at the amazing spread of English fever. At the national level, Thailand, as an ASEAN member nation is wholeheartedly invested in the idea that proficiency in English will make 'it' happen for them. The ASEAN nations have collectively determined that spoken English will be the language of commerce and therefore by the year 2015 will become essential to get a job. Everybody wants to learn English to get a good job, and most academics I meet speak of English as the key to Thailand's brighter economic future.

Read more: CONVERSATION ENGLISH in Northern Thai High Schools

ThaiStudents-585x394First language English speakers required to assist qualified Thai English teachers as a resource for conversational English. Participate in an existing English language programme. Based at the Kokkos Foundation Hostels in Ramkhamhaeng, Huamark, Bangkok.

Kokkos Foundation has been operating in Thailand for more than 20 years. It was originally established by Mr. Yang, a Korean brother with a desire to introduce young Thai to the Good News of Jesus and to give them an option from being enticed into prostitution. He discovered that their parents went to work in the cities and left them with grandparents who were unable to care for them and many became abandoned young girls and boys, particular in the North East of Thailand in the tourist areas. They really became orphans and destitute and they became targets for the operators of the sex trade. Mr. Yang developed a programme that would provide an alternative to prostitution for these 'orphans' and offered them the opportunity of a tertiary education. This involved the establishment of a number of hostels close to the Ramkamhaeng University in Bangkok that were called, Shalom Hostels. These hostels provide young Thais with a safe place to live, regular Bible studies and pastoral care. Over the years many have become Christians and now working as Christian teachers, lawyers, engineers and mothers.


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