Kibuye Hope Academy Needs Teachers
The Kibuye Hope project is an amazing medical mission undertaking in Burundi, East Africa. Burundi is arguably the poorest place on the planet, and the team of gifted physicians and others are bringing hope and healing in the name of Christ.
Langhorne Presbyterian Church has had the privilege of supporting Dr. John Cropsey, his wife Jess and their family from the beginning of this incredible undertaking. The integrity of this mission and the faithfulness of those called to serve in Burundi is second to none.
Kibuye Academy was created to provide education from the children of the Kibuye team and is vital to the well-being of the Kibuye project.
God may not be calling you to consider this opportunity (or is he?), but perhaps you could use you own contact list to share the need and the opportunity with others.
If you’d like to know more, contact Jess Cropsey using the email address provided in the attached flyer, or respond to Pastor Bill Teague by using the staff contact page.
From Jess Cropsey:
Teaching Adventure in Africa
Are you an elementary or middle school teacher interested in educating TCKs (Third Culture Kids)?
Our medical missionary team in Burundi, East Africa is looking for 2-3 teachers for the 2020-2021 school year. Kibuye Hope Academy serves the 9+ missionary families with children in grades K-8.
Teaching credentials and a two year commitment are preferred. Consider joining this vibrant community to bring training, healing, and hope in the name of Jesus to the underserved of Africa.
Check out our team blog at www.mccropders.com.
Contact Jess Cropsey for more information about the position: email@example.com