World Missions Internships
Being a World Missions Intern:
to the field alone or with one other person rather than with a
large group. It is a more unique experience which results in
blessings and growth.
longer stay—at least 30 days, preferably 60-90 days. The World
Missions Intern gets a more extensive experience of life
Gives a more
accurate view of what missionary life and work is really like.
Instead of one to two weeks of “youth camp” style activity, the
World Missions Intern sees both the mountains and the valleys of
World Missions Intern to bond more with the missionary family
and the people of the country instead of the rest of the group
on a mission trip. Relationships formed during the World
Missions Internship will last a lifetime.
recommended by his or her church and pastor. A clear testimony
of salvation and dedication to the work of the Lord are
special training and screening. The World Missions Intern must
be willing to do the required reading, watch the training videos
provided, and attend the required meetings. This training will
not only help the World Missions Intern be effective on the
field but will help him or her serve the Lord back home.
willing to raise the funds necessary to cover all expenses for
the trips. Raising this support is a faith-building exercise and
is a part of the training and preparation of the World Missions
Those interested in serving as
a World Missions Intern should contact me at Lraburn<a>faithNLR.org
or (501) 539-3599.
application for a World Missions Internship is available for
& Brenda Raburn
• Phone (501)
Office: (501) 476-0045
Missions Ministry is an outreach of:
Baptist Church •
109 Tanglewood Dr.,
North Little Rock, Arkansas 72118
(501) 753-8897 •