By Ryan Everritt, CBM National Intern -
Throughout my time here at Cornerstone Ministry Center, though it's only been a month, I've been learning how to work really hard. Sometimes, I just want to work the way I like to, but it is a new experience to learn from a different perspective. My time here as an intern has been a learning experience. And it's only the “half-end” of the year-long internship. Let me put it this way: Team 8 started in January, which means June is the half-way point. So, this month is the end of the first half of the program (the ...
By Adam Lowry, CBM National Intern
A lot of times I like to give myself credit for all the things I do. In doing this, I tend to look down on others and sometimes discourage them. My pride gets mixed in with my Christian ways and soon God causes me to embarrass myself in some way. He does this to me to remind me that He allows me to use the gifts that I’m blessed with to serve others, and to humble myself by it. Here are two stories in the Bible that teach about humbleness.
While teaching one day, Jesus started talking about the Pharisees and describing how they ...
By Emileah Hawkins, CBM National Intern -
Summer camp is here! When I was younger I went to camp every summer for 7 years, and this summer will be my third year working at a camp. Summer camp played a very important role in my life, both as a child and a teen. It was my escape.
Throughout the school year it was hard to focus on God. There were many distractions, such as school, homework, friends, social media, and exhaustion from day-to-day tasks. However, camp was the one place I could leave all that behind. It took away the distractions and moved ...
Written by Ryanne Stout -
My name is Ryanne and I was in the 1st team of interns with Children's Bible Ministries. It was a life changing experience and I’m so grateful for my time in the CBM Internship Program. One of the things that made me hesitant to apply for this internship was that I went to Liberty University and studied Ministry. I sat under some of the leading professors in the US, taking ministry focused classes, and I did a ministry internship while I was there. So why do CBM’s internship? These are the top 5 reasons I would recommend the CBM ...
Written by CBM Intern Alumni (Alumterns) -
Hello upcoming graduate. Yep, I am speaking to you again. I wanted to share a few reasons I think you should be a CBM National Intern. But don’t take my word for it! I want you to hear from those who have been through the program. So, here are 9 reasons you should be a part of Team #9, from the perspective of CBM Intern Alumni (Alumterns).
1. Your family will expand - Jerri Carpenter
There are so many wonderful reasons to become a CBM Intern. My favorite reason is because you get to expand your family. You gain ...