Pastoral Training Student Internship

2 months
Dates needed
May 15-July 5, 2020
$25/day + Airfare and ministry travel expenses
The Position

Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, ABWE has canceled most international travel originating from the U.S. until the State Department drops the Global Health Advisory to a Level 2 or lower. However, please email our Mobilization team at go@abwe.org to discuss service opportunities and exceptions. We would love to talk with you!​

In this student internship, you will be:

  • Traveling and visiting pastors and churches throughout Nicaragua
  • Working with local churches youth and children's ministries
  • Working with other mission teams
  • Engaging with missionaries and local pastors at camps and retreats
  • Maintenance work on mission property

This internship is being offered to males only due to housing and transportation needs.

The Need

ABWE Nicaragua needs people who will come alongside church planters in the rapidly growing church-planting movement in Nicaragua. These church planters are committed to serving sacrificially, often without many resources and in isolation. We need your expertise to see the big picture of the church-planting movement by assessing needs, and then strategizing with Nicaraguan church planters to help them network and access the many resources that are available through our missionaries, national partners and other like-minded ministries.

Nicaragua has seen a rapid growth in church planting in the last seven years, and we'd love for you to join us and help continue this momentum.

The Impact

Use your skills to help fulfill the Great Commission. As Christians, Jesus has called us to go and make disciples of all nations, and we believe that process isn’t completed until these disciples are gathered into a local community of believers: a church. Church planting is the heartbeat of evangelism, and it’s at the core of who we are at ABWE. It’s hard work, but for those called to the challenge, there is no greater reward on earth than watching a community of believers grow in their faith, and begin to understand their own role in the Great Commission.

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