Find A Place On One Of Our Teams
From the beginning, our mission has been to relentlessly pursue those far from God to help them know and follow Jesus. We believe that every position is more than a 9-5 job. Instead, it’s an opportunity to point people to what matters most in their life: Jesus.
A one-year leadership development program designed to equip and train individuals in a specific ministry area to further discern their ministry calling.
Our Interns work 25 hours a week for ten months and receive practical ministry experience. At the end of our Internship, each has a greater understanding of what it looks like to lead a ministry, lead a team and the importance of equipping others to do Kingdom work. We believe your time here will bring greater clarity to the way that God is calling you to build His Church and make His name known.
Our summer interns earn credit for college and learn valuable ministry experience in the process. Interns typically work around 10-12 hours a week depending on requirements for school credit.
We believe our God is forever faithful and with him all things are possible (Matt. 19:26). Therefore, we will be a people of faith, refusing to dream small dreams or pray safe prayers. We will take risks, bank our lives on God’s promises, and be confident in his ability to do abundantly more than we can ask or imagine (Eph. 3:20).
We believe our God is a God of grace and second chances. It’s only because of His grace expressed in Jesus that we can know new life in Him and eternal life with Him (Eph. 2:8-9). Therefore, we will be a people of grace, extending freely to others what God extended freely to us. Grace will be the platform from which we share the truth so people far from God can experience the second chance at life only He offers.
We believe our God is a God of community. As his people, we too must share in community both for spiritual growth and to bear his image rightly in the world. Doing so requires more than surface level interaction but true devotion, commitment, and deep love for one another (Acts 2:42-47). Therefore, we will be a people of authentic relationships, knowing they are vital for us and instrumental in making the Gospel more believable to the outside world (John 17:21, 1 John 4:11-12).
We believe our God is a God of compassion. Throughout the Gospels, we see proof of this in Jesus who did for others what they could not do for themselves (Matt. 9:36, Mark 1:41, Luke 7:13). Therefore, we will be a people of compassion, defending and suffering with the hurting, harassed, and helpless. We will feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, invite in the stranger, clothe the naked, visit the prisoner, and care for the sick (Matt. 25:35-36). We will do justice, love kindness, and fight for those who have no voice.
We believe our God is a generous God. He is a giver, not a taker and the ultimate proof of this is found in Jesus (2 Corinthians 8:9). Since we are called to be imitators of God (Ephesians 5:1), we must be givers, not takers so that his generous nature is seen in us. Therefore we will be a people of sacrifice and generosity believing that as we give, lives will be changed—both our lives as givers and the lives of those who receive.
We believe our God is a sending God. He sent his Son to save us and his Spirit to empower us (John 20:21-22; 14:16), and he now sends us into the world to carry out his mission (Matt. 28:18-20; Acts 1:8). This means the work of full time ministry is not reserved for a few paid professionals, but for every follower of Jesus. We’ve all been given the responsibility of doing priestly work, acting and speaking on God’s behalf (1 Peter 2:9-10). Therefore, we will live as sent people, going and naming Jesus in dark places where he’s desperately needed.
We believe our God is a God of humility. The evidence is seen most clearly in Jesus who came to our world not to be served, but to serve (Mark 10:45). He emptied himself and died an obedient death to buy us back to God (Phil. 2:7-8). Therefore, we will be a people of humble service. We will think of ourselves as Christ thought of himself, putting the needs of others before our own (Phil. 2:3-5). We will not seek greatness through self-promotion or exaltation, but will measure greatness by humility and self-sacrifice (Mark 10:43-44, Matt. 23:11-12).