Williams, who works with the Kentucky Baptist Convention Missions Mobilization Team, recently received a request from ministry partners in Europe who are looking for someone who specializes in the artificial insemination of dairy cattle.
Yes. You read that right.
“This is one example of how God can use a unique skill set for the glory of his kingdom,” Williams said. “By helping people in a foreign land learn how to properly breed dairy cattle, God can open up doors to tell them about the gospel.”
Williams was unable to publicly offer specifics because the assignment takes place in a closed country, but anyone interested in learning more may contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two more missions opportunities that require a special breed of people:
- Williams is seeking a Kentucky Baptist church that is willing to enter into a multi-year partnership to assist with evangelism and church planting efforts in a European city with nearly 800,000 residents.
- In a missions opportunity closer to home, a missionary couple in Canada is hoping to enlist the help of several Kentucky Baptist churches to reach a Russian-speaking community through a pre-teen camp.
For a complete list of mission opportunities through the Kentucky Baptist Convention, please click here.