13 results for tag: Christian internship program


Being Still

By Kalaya Beyer, CBM National Intern - Where do I even begin? Being on rotation at Camp Ta-Pa-Win-Go is honestly what I needed. Someone asked me, the morning I was scheduled to travel here, if I was anxious about coming here. I wasn't, until I drove off. I was very unsure of myself when Rebecca and Rhiannon, my fellow interns, dropped me off. The camp is very quiet, compared to New Life Camp where I went on my first rotation, and quiet makes me uneasy. I have always thrived on noise and grew up with noisy brothers and dogs and basketball games being played on TV late at night. I didn't think I could ever work in total silence, with only my headph...

Enough

By Rebecca Colson, CBM National Intern -  “Enough.” I recently noticed I’ve been hearing that word pretty often. In a conversation, a line in a song, a movie scene. But most often I hear it in my own head. In my head the words “I’m not” are likely to be found shortly before the word “enough.” “I’m not smart enough.” “I’m not spiritual enough.” “I’m not good enough.” Years ago I visited a museum with my family. I noticed a small drawing hanging in the corner of a room and couldn’t help but laugh. I brought my parents over to look at ...

The Comforter

By Matthew Mashburn, CBM National Intern - There’s this phrase I’ve been seeing in the book of Ephesians, which teaches, “Don’t give an opportunity to the devil.” When I first read it, I instantly and wholeheartedly agreed. Why would I ever want to give evil an opportunity in my life? I certainly do not want to do that. There weren’t any conflicts in my heart about this phrase. I’m constantly finding new ways to apply it and, one day, I’m sure I’ll use it to counsel someone else. But reading this phrase sparked something else in me — a question that the letter penned by Paul didn’t specifically ask but, I believe, the Holy ...

CBM Intern – Grounded in the Word

Vlog post by Josh Hopper, CBM National Intern - A few final thoughts on my last rotation and graduation.  God has used rotations at Camp Victory, Camp Ponderosa, and Camp Red Arrow to teach me to be faithful in my personal walk with the Lord and the importance of staying grounded in His Word.  I've met a lot of great people and grown tremendously.  I can't wait to see where God leads me next and thank you for praying for me on my journey.

CBM Intern – A Year to Remember

By Ansley Blake, CBM National Intern - Before beginning the CBM National internship, I wasn’t living for the Lord. I was living for the world, yet I claimed to be a follower of Christ. The internship was a last minute thing. I did not know what I wanted to do with my life and the internship advertised that it would help you find God‘s will for your life, so I signed up. Through the internship, God has opened my eyes to things I could’ve never even imagined.  The most difficult thing God revealed to me involved losing friends that I never thought I would lose. God showed me that who I hang out with IS important. They will either bring you ...