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Being a Kingdom driven ministry, we always welcome like-minded believers who would like to join the team full-time, intern or volunteer. We don’t see those joining us simply as people coming to serve at the organisation, we see them as people we can invest in, to do greater things in God’s Kingdom. We realize that each individual is on a unique journey within their relationship with God and when they come to serve at INcontext we form part of that journey. It is therefore our desire to make sure we are sensitive towards the Lord’s calling on your life for the time period you serve with us, so that His goals for your life may be achieved during this time.

Do you have a desire to be a full-time member of the INcontext team?

INcontext International has diverse departments where more help is always needed. If you have talents in writing, designing, research, communications, editing, travel co-ordination, crisis management, working with youth or the African Church and would like to serve in a full time capacity – please do not hesitate to contact us!

Have you caught the vision of INcontext and its heart to share what God is doing in the world?

Do you want to help spread the word and introduce our FREE resources and seminars to churches, Bible studies and Christian groups around you by organising events and speaking engagements where we can share what God is doing around the world?

We’d love to hear from you!

Do you have time to spare, a desire to learn, and a thirst to experience first-hand what INcontext is all about and what happens behind the scenes?

Interns have the opportunity to assist in many departments of INcontext such as: Communications, Research, Projects, the Crisis Response Network, Travel, Generation Next and Beyond Borders – all depending on your talents and giftings!

Internship times can vary between 3 to 12 months.

If you would like to explore any of these possibilities at INcontext, please email your CV to Gustav:

Meet our volunteers:

“My name is Jeremy Kammies, I have two children and currently manage a guesthouse in Durban. I joined INcontext in about 2018 because of its mobilizing for missions and outreach emphasis and most of all by God’s guidance. When I am not working, I enjoy fishing when I get the chance.”

“My name is Eric Swanepoel, married to Surita and blessed with 2 children, Marinus (15) and Gita (13). I joined INcontext in 2015 and I now serve as a volunteer in the Church relations department. When I am not working, I enjoy spending quality time with my family, I love anything to do with the outdoors and fishing.”

“My name is Pamela Paton and I am married to Marshall. Jesse is my son. I joined INcontext International in 2011. I attended a mission’s seminar hosted by the founders in 2010. I was touched by the plight of the unreached and the persecuted church. When I am not working, I enjoy reading and listening to music.”

“My name is Monique Strauss. Wife of Andries Strauss and mother of Meninke & Andries Jnr. I joined INcontext as a volunteer in 2021 due to a series of divine interventions driven by my heart’s desire to work for His Kingdom. When I am not working, I enjoy needlework, gardening, travelling, spending quality time with family and friends, just being at my home on a small holding, enjoying the sun and nature.”

“Brite Magwaza is my name, and I am a young guy who has dedicated his life to serving the Lord with unshakeable commitment and a heart full of enthusiasm. I am involved in a variety of church activities, including worship, fellowship, and outreach initiatives, which allow me to interact with others who share my dedication to the Lord. In June 2023, I became a volunteer with INcontext because I wanted to work in God’s kingdom and use the skills that my Lord Jesus Christ had given me. When I’m not working, I like to travel and experience new locations and adventures. Spending time with friends and participating in other activities.”

“My name is Hannes Bosman. I joined INcontext in 2014. I joined because of the impact of a presentation on the persecuted church and because of the integrity of the leadership, hospitality, and so much more. I decided that I wanted to associate myself with such Christians. I consider INcontext not as an institution but as part of the body of Christ – like a small church of members that work together every day in an office. When I am not working, I enjoy making music, backpacking outdoors, mountain biking, time with family and friends.”

Hearing from previous interns: