Thinking about being a Mision Caribe Intern?
We are looking for individuals (college-age or older) who want to see, understand, and pursue God’s purpose for their lives in world missions.
It’s an internship designed to impact your life as you impact the lives of others here in Honduras.
Fruitful ministry is the result of a heart that loves God more than life. The path that leads to intimacy can be hard, and often includes brokenness, but we are convinced that it is worth it! That’s why we offer this experience to help you:
Deepen your understanding of worship
Learn to live in community
Share in God’s desire for the nations
Broaden your view of God’s Kingdom
Strengthen your understanding of missions globally
We are always looking for those who want to come and serve as an intern. If God is leading you to serve Him and His people through world missions, now is the time to come. Those who are interested and desire to serve as an intern will be required to fill out an application BEFORE being considered for an internship. Click on the link at the bottom of this page to complete the on-line application.
Description: There will be several things that will be asked of you during your time here at Mision Caribe. You will be required to help out with the teams that arrive during your stay and some of this includes: giving one or two devotional thoughts during morning devotions, participating in the different evangelism activities and/or construction projects, attend the services and socialize with the nationals. Remember that flexibility and availability are key in a missionary’s life. John 13:15 – Christ set’s the example of service for all of us to follow.
Cost: $750 per month (that is only $25 a day and it includes 3 meals a day, a place to stay, and transportation after arriving here in Honduras. Each intern is required to raise 100% of their support. This needs to be completed and sent to Mision Caribe’s forwarding agent TWO WEEKS prior to departure for Honduras. Proof of health insurance is also required.
What to Bring: Bible, Journal, 2 copies of your passport, construction clothes, dress clothes, casual clothes, flashlight, water bottle, bug spray, sunscreen, swimming suit, small weekend bag or backpack, work shoes (no open toed shoes or sandals are allowed for construction), work gloves, souvenir money, etc.
Additional Considerations: Prayer partners – we cannot over-emphasize the importance of having prayer partners. We strongly encourage that you seek out and enlist at least twenty prayer partners to begin praying for you during your stay. Journal keeping – we want you to record your thoughts, activities and the things you witness that God is doing in your life as well as prayer requests and answers. This will serve as a record of your experiences and a reminder of God’s ability to do amazing things in your life and the lives of others. Personal devotionals – A healthy spiritual life hinges on spending time in the Word. You should plan on and maintain a daily schedule of devotion – time spent in contemplation on the truths of God will make your experience here much more rewarding spiritually.
Read this testimony from one of our 2012 Summer Interns
Click here to download the Summer Internship Form. The form may be completed electronically and emailed to our office.