By CBM National intern, Jordan Mancari -
My summer rotation as a CBM National Intern was at CBM’s Camp Grace in Fairmont, NC, where I served as their media guy. When I first heard this would be my summer role, I kind of laughed and said, “Ok God, you took me out of college where I was doing digital media to come into ministry, and now you have me doing media again.” Of course, I asked Him why. Why are You asking me to do something again that I dislike doing? To me it just did not make any sense. The more I prayed, the more God kept showing me ...
By CBM National intern, Scott and Jerri Carpenter -
We are serving as CBM National Interns at CBM of Southwest Pennsylvania (SWPA). This rotation has been very different from our other rotations, mostly because it is a summer rotation. One other big difference is that this is not North or South Carolina! It has been such a fun learning process about different places in our own country.
We both have been given very big jobs for this summer. Scott has been serving as Program Director, running the programs for camps. Jerri has been serving as TEAM Ministry ...
This is a story from Liane Lindauer, a missionary forChildren’s Bible Ministries, Camp Ta-Pa-Win-Go.
“ It started with one of my nieces. She came to Day Camp, and Friday was a hard day. The sun shone for a little while, but the rain also poured down most of the day. She was a little upset, so while she was standing in line with the rest of the yellow team, I told her that I wanted to tell her a secret. Thinking it might cheer her up to hear the words, I bent down and whispered in her ear. “ I love you.”
The little girl standing in front of her immedia...
“Now that the summer has officially started, there is much to do in coordinating training and then teaching for our Summer Missions Programs. In this busy time, it is easy to start doing things FOR God instead of WITH God. Although it may seem as if “service is service no matter what the intentions”, it is crucial in the life of the Believer to have the right heart attitude when serving. When things get complicated, we tend to fall back on the mundane, every-day routine and forget that it is really God accomplishing all the great things through us.