30 results for tag: intern


Personal Learning Experience Through the Five Core Values

Written by Myles Morrison    When you join the CBM Internship, you are introduced to five program core values. These are five different areas for you to learn, grow, seek, explore, and demonstrate throughout your time as a CBM Intern and beyond. Some of them were harder to understand and practice than others, but without the accountability and practice of these things I would not be where I am today, better equipping myself for ministry.    Humility: This one was a really fun one to practice. I am often very prideful and big-headed, so a lot of the time I have to do the opposite of what I would typically say and do. I am ...

I Can Serve God With My Hands

Written by Christella Ledford, Team #11 There are approximately 458 Bible verses that contain the word “hands.” It is interesting to read the many stories that involve how hands can be used: some for evil and some for good. This subject must be important to God, whether He is instructing us, discipling us, or loving us. He tells us to work with our hands and to present that work to Him for His approval. We see the humility of Jesus using His hands to break the bread, serve the wine, and wash the feet of His disciples, and by performing miracle after miracle by feeding the multitudes, healing the sick, and raising the dead. We should strive ...

Faith over Fear

Written by Staciajohna Randle, Team #12 Fear is something that I struggled with a lot in my life. Fear will cause us to be blind and act out instead of thinking. The word fear in Greek is phobos meaning dread and terror. I wrote a whole page about faith over fear, and I felt great about it. But then George Floyd died on May 26, 2020, and little did I know that the whole society was going to change. All the confidence I had about having faith and no fear was suddenly all thrown out the window. The riots began and my faith was put to a test and I failed it. I was so fearful for my family and friends’ safety.  Everything was being destroyed ...

A Study on Leadership

Written by Erin Miller   I have been doing a two-week study on leadership and I remember things better when I write them down. This is what I can tell you: I have been closely observing the leaders that have been placed above me; watching what they do with the people they are placed in charge of and how they respond to the different things they are faced with daily. This is one of the best times to be doing this study, because it is during the pandemic known as the COVID-19. Watching all the different leaders around the world, not only the people whom I see every day, I see people completely shutting down their country, those who shut ...

Recognizing God-Given Gifts and Utilizing Them for His Glory

Written by Katelyn Bailey  How do we know what God has gifted us to do? Once we know what our gifts are, how do we use them to glorify Him? In this blog we will look at how God has answered these questions in my life, to give you an example and a starting point to look at in your own life. My name is Katelyn and I am an intern with Children’s Bible Ministries. When I was twelve, I became a mother’s helper. That meant I took care of and played with the children in the basement while their mom was upstairs cleaning, doing laundry, whatever she needed to do without her boys underfoot. At thirteen, I began babysitting while the parents were ...