Practical Ministry Skills
Leading Interns
Supervise successful internships.
Store Code: PS119
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Overview

Internships are a great way for young people to get their first experiences in full-time ministry while learning from experienced mentors. They are also a great way for busy church leaders to get some support and groom future leaders. But what does a successful internship actually look like?

This 19-page resource will help all involved make the most of an internship experience by looking at the various challenges faced by both interns and supervisors and offering ways to focus on raising up successful interns into successful leaders.

NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

The Gravitas of Ministry
Internships develop the "weighty souls" required for spiritual leadership.

Supervising Successful Internships
Practical tips for shaping meaningful and positive experiences.

Dealing with the Big Questions
Allow interns opportunities to engage practical ministry with theological reflection.

Growing Your Own Staff
Use internships to help develop leaders from within.

The Next Next Generation
As Millennials enter into leadership, they bring their own set of strengths—and challenges.

Bringing Millennials into Leadership
How to shape ministry models that fit them.


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Also of Interest
Discerning God's Will
Improve your group's decision making process to build your ministry and extend the kingdom.

Mentoring
Your church's future depends on how well it develops meaningful mentoring.




Training the Core Workers
The gateway is personal relationship.

Five Tests to Measure Leadership Readiness
When is a broken person ready to lead?

Topics:Church Staff, Generations, Growth, Intern, Leadership, Leadership development, Mentoring, Spiritual Leadership, Youth
Filters:Management, Pastor, Young adults ministry, Youth ministry
References:1 Peter 5:5-7, 1 Corinthians 12:1-11, Ephesians 4:1
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