Chad : Home School Teacher for children of missionaries


TEAM’s work in this region of Chad includes community development, education, and healthcare programs. An experienced TEAM Chad missionary couple is leading this ministry, building friendships as they live out their faith among the people. We seek to establish an indigenous, culturally sensitive reproducing church of Jesus Christ here.

The team is growing in numbers with many school age children. Most of these children are home schooled by their parents. Come out and be a part of this next generation missionary's elementary or secondary education. It's possible to combine students from different families or teach separately. The children present in the Swamp range from 1st - 8th grade and from 5 - 13 children.


Strong Biblical foundation.

Education degree and/or experience in education.

Training in Muslim ministry will be helpful (but not required).

Willingness to live and work in a remote, underdeveloped region, teaching multiple grades in a one room classroom.


Vibrant and growing relationship with Christ and good prayer life.

At least a one year. Love the Lord and love our children. Equivalency of Bible education.

Languages used in this region include Chadian Arabic and French; language learning would be required but level depends on length of service.

Quick Facts

Location: The Swamp
Duration:up to 8 months
9 months to 2 years
Youth and Children
Reference Number:3436

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