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SERVEurope Justice and Anti-Corruption Catalyst


The SERVEurope Catalyst Team provides our teams and partners with consulting, coaching and hands-on equipping that will help them navigate the complexity of European cities and the diversity of approaches to church multiplication, finding fresh ways to engage the contexts holistically.

We know that God “loves justice” and expects His children to love and practice it as well. However, we have not always embraced justice work as being part and parcel of what it means to live out the Gospel in word and deed. A distinctive of Jesus-followers in community should be a devotion to justice, because pursuing justice glorifies God. As we battle the effects of human fallenness, we come face to face with corruption, victimization, and injustice. We believe the church in Europe will shine, but not by reclaiming its past “power and glory” but in ministering to, from and among the margins as comfortably as we do in the town square, and by advocating for justice and speaking and working prophetically against corruption.

We are building a diverse team of “subject matter experts” to bring fresh thinking and tools to the fore and we’re committed to coaching and catalyzing as teams develop the sorts of Gospel initiatives that make sense in their cities. We will work together to provide resources in knowledge, networks and equipping that are unique. You’ll stimulate teams to assess themselves and their context and enjoy watching them take hold of their calling to multiply faith communities in their city with fresh vision and conviction.

Special Requirements

Experience as a reflective practitioner of justice ministry, preferably in a European context, is essential. Background in concrete areas such as anti-trafficking, victim advocacy, human rights work, etc. would be a plus, particularly in conjunction with local church or denominational ministry. Ability to motivate and articulate, listen, consult and coach, plus a commitment to aggressive personal development to keep current in areas of ministry knowledge that affect church planting methods and practices are important characteristics.

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