An experiential learning environment for young adults to grow and make disciples among unreached people groups while on a team being coached by experienced missions practitioners

Overview

  • Become competent in cross-cultural disciple-making and the ability to start multiplying Discovery Bible Studies in any future environment
  • Make a significant contribution to the local disciple-making team’s goals through service, outreach and mobilization
  • Develop a better understanding of the connection between your personal giftings and global missions
  • Cultivate specific skill sets through areas of focus and completing a comprehensive personal development plan
  • Connect to see if it’s a fit or apply today!

    Who Is The Internship For?

  • Young adults typically between 20 – 35 years old
  • People who have a desire to make an immediate impact among the unreached and develop skills to make disciples for a lifetime
  • Taken Perspectives on the World Christian Movement class or display an equivalent level of knowledge and heart for the unreached
  • Active in ministry with a personal desire to grow in disciple-making and evangelism
  • The program has some flexible components so reach out to see if its a fit for you!
  • Forefront’s internships are a great fit during a college summer, a training season while preparing for the field, and much more!
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    DFW Texas

    Ministry Specifics:
    We work with resettled refugee populations from unreached places like Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, Syria and Somalia. We are laboring to catalyze disciple-making movements that will saturate not only the resettled population but multiply back to their home countries. We engage the community through meeting physical and emotional needs like teaching English and assisting families in meeting basic needs when they arrive in the US. Interns in Dallas will play an active role but will primarily support the long-term team’s ministry efforts. All interns will be expected to participate in disciple-making among internationals in Dallas.
    Possible Areas of Focus:
    Teaching English
    Trauma Healing
    Mobilization
    Future Missionary Preparation
    Ministry Leadership/Coaching
    Non-Profit Operations
    Program Development
    Community Development
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    Fayetteville Arkansas

    Ministry Specifics:
    We work with international student populations from unreached places like Saudi Arabia, Iran, India, Pakistan and Japan. We are laboring to catalyze disciple-making movements that will saturate not only the international student population on campus but equip them to make disciples when they go back to their home countries. We engage students through meeting needs like friendship and community. Interns in Fayetteville will play an active role but primarily support the long-term team’s ministry efforts. All interns will be expected to participate in disciple-making among internationals in Fayetteville.
    Possible Areas of Focus:
    Hiking/Outdoors Ministry
    Mobilization
    Future Missionary Preparation
    Ministry Leadership/Coaching
    Teaching English
    Program Development
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    Details

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    How would the time be spent?
    OUTREACH: A large percentage of time initially would go towards building relationships at refugee centers or on campus to start meeting contacts by fulfilling physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

    DISCIPLESHIP: After some relationships are established, ministry efforts will begin to blend into starting and coaching Discovery Bible Studies among international contacts.

    TEAM: Interns will contribute towards occasional Forefront events, team and staff meetings and assist in other areas of specific interest.

    LEARNING: Interns will work with their supervisor to make an individual development plan to ensure optimal personal growth.

    Support Raising
    All internships are support-raised positions determined by the cost of living in each location and duration of the internship. Forefront trains and coaches interns through the fundraising process. A small percentage of the intern’s support will go towards operational expenses of the internship.
    Applications
    Internships should be applied for at least 3 months prior to reporting to the team. Semesters may be combined to make up to a 1 year internship.

  • Summer: Apply by March 1st
  • Fall: Apply by June 1st
  • Spring: Apply by October 1st
  • Housing
    We will work along with the intern to find appropriate living situations as needed

    Next Steps
    This application needs to be submitted by the date above.
    Once we receive your application we will take a few days to review and get back to you to schedule an interview.
    Please reach out to us with any questions you have about the internship.