TWR offers a wide variety of service opportunities, giving you a chance to serve the Lord at virtually any stage of life.
TWR is passionate about reaching the world for Christ through mass media. Long-term or career missionary roles (one year or more) vary widely depending on the needs of a given location. Positions center around the production, distribution, and support of multimedia ministry, but also include many other administrative and nontechnical needs. So many people move through life without discovering or utilizing their passion to make a lasting impact. But for those whose personal journey is stirring them toward cross-cultural ministry, TWR is here to help them use their skills for an eternal purpose.
TWR short-term missionary service provides individuals with an opportunity to meet real needs while exploring the possibility of longer-term missionary service. Short-term assignments range from three to twelve months. On-site transportation (if applicable) and furnished housing is provided in most cases. Available short-term opportunities vary from year to year depending on current needs, but possible assignment locations include Cyprus, Canada, the Caribbean, South Africa, Slovakia and the United States (Cary, NC).
TWR interns experience on-the-job training that relates to their field of interest/study while meeting real needs. Most internships last about eight to 12 weeks. TWR will complete any required internship paperwork for the student to receive appropriate credit and will provide on-site transportation (if applicable) and furnished housing. Available internship positions vary from year to year depending on current needs, but possible assignment locations include Europe, Canada, the Caribbean, South Africa, Slovakia and the United States (Cary, NC). For more information about internship opportunities and experiences, click here to check out our internship site.
Volunteer service may be short- or long-term. Retirees often provide great experience and expertise. Mission-trip groups can also volunteer to visit TWR sites and help with larger projects, such as construction, which missionaries might be unable to complete due to insufficient resources or workers.