Opportunity

Student Internship

Duration
3 months (flexible--July is preferred)
Dates needed
May-August 2020
Cost
$3,132.10 (1 month, includes Airfare)
The Position

This internship opportunity offers you a unique chance to serve in a variety of church planting and evangelism ministries alongside our team in the North of Chile. The team is in the process of establishing new ministries and would love student interns who are teachable, flexible, and are willing to serve however is needed. Along with church planting, you will be given the opportunity to serve in these various ministries:

  • Childrens & Youth Ministry
  • Counseling ministry
  • Women's and family ministry
  • Serving in a Pregnancy Crisis Center
  • Helping to execute a South American Pro-Life Conference

While this internship is open to all degrees and does not require you to be pursuing a medical degree, there are many opportunities for nursing and pre-med students. At the Pregnancy Crisis Center, you will be providing healthcare and counseling to young women who are considering abortion as well as helping to execute a conference that will have various Pro-Life ministries from Chile and Peru present.

The Need

Chile is a field with many ministry opportunities, including evangelism and discipleship, leadership mentoring, training and mobilization, education, publishing, and reaching marginalized people. Additionally, the country is becoming a launching pad for missionaries into unreached areas of the world and even across traditional borders into other North, Central and South American countries.

ABWE Chile believes strongly in team ministry. While there is room for some to work alone and do individual ministry, we also encourage missionaries to work together with nationals in partnering relationships and with other ABWE missionaries in a team approach to ministry. If you want to be a part of a team of disciplemakers building on the strong foundation of years of faithful service from past ABWE missionaries, our Chilean team needs you!

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