Mission Opportunities

Missionaries, Educational Missions, Summer Ministries, Summer Missions Projects, Summer Camps, Internship Programs.
Knowledge of the Bible, knowing God and sharing His love is the essence of missions.Technical preperation and understanding of the location and culture are two essentials of missionary work and preperation for it. However, these are rarely the only determining factors to produce an effective ministry. Effectiveness is usually an issue of the heart.
Has God called you for His purpose of sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ? Has He called you and the talents He has given you for His purpose amoung another culture or working with a mission organization?
We at Midwest Indian Mission, Inc. believe the Lord has called many to a ministry of service and offers many opportunities to serve. The process of sharing between cultures, one culture to another with the interaction of customs and values is like putting two different ideas together trying to make it into one and making it stronger than either one by itself.
The call to missions is a call to also continually walk toward greater stability, to prepare for the inevitable spiritual conflicts, stresses, and uncertainties of mission ministry. One must be willing to streach his walk with God and challenge oneself to reflect his life in culturally sensitive ways. Some think of missions and cross – cultural ministries only in terms of going to foreign lands. Yet opportunities abound in our own backyards and many times at a much less expense, in rural reservations of the Native Americans.
Midwest Indian Mission, Inc. offers such a window of opportunity on Chippewa and Potawatomi reservations in north eastern Wisconsin. Mission work on these reservations is similar to mission work in foreign territories in that vast differences exist between the white culture and the Native American culture. Native Americans are one of the fastest growing groups in North America. Nearly half of this population are 24 years or younger. American Indians, ages 15-24 are dying at an alarming rate of almost 3 times of that of the U.S. population. Alcohol or drug related accidents account for the majority of deaths on the reservations. Teenage suicide rate of American Indians is 60 times that of white teens. Over half of the population lives on or near a reservation. It is estimated that over 90% of American Indian population do not attend an evangelical church.
Our staff desire to encourage the Native American Christian communities in the planning of Indigenous Native churches. We offer opportunities to Full-Time Missionaries, Short Term Misionaries, Educational Ministries, Camp Ministry, Summer Ministries, Outreach Ministries, Camp Ministry, Summer Ministries, Outreach Ministries, Internship Programs and all fields of mission life.
Full-time Missions
3 years or more
3 months to 3 years
Educational Missions
1 to 4 quarters
Camp Ministries
1 to 4 weeks
Outreach Ministry
1 to 2 weeks
Summer Ministries
1 to 4 weeks
Internship Programs
3 months to 1 year
If you have any questions you are very welcome to contact Don Dewing at
(715) 478-2677 or E-mail him at:  ardtndd@newnorth.net
If you are interested first check out the Qualifications you will need.