Intern at By the Book
By the Book loves working with interns who are passionate about using their academic skills to spread God's word. Interns spend time diligently digging into God's Word and prayer in a supportive Christ-centered community. You will invest your time in becoming excellent in your study, and using your skills to make Scripture available to those hearts that God has prepared to receive it. The standard is excellence, the bar is perfection, but our gracious God will give us everything we need to obey Him.
About the Internship:
In person and online internship opportunities available:
In person internships held at memory Land; 16411 155th Ave NE Arlington, WA 98226
Compensation: Room & board
By the Book internship are an intense missionally based program where interns gain academic credit and hands on experience in their major, while using their skills to serve Christ through spreading God's word. Interns will be immersed in scripture, prayer and a supportive community as we are all led by the craziness of Christ.
In person interns will live, work, pray, and studying God's word together as one body in Christ. No two internships are alike! Internships available in a wide range of positions including but not limited to:
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Don’t see your interest? We would love to talk with you and create your own unique experience. If you feel led, please pray and apply. By the Book is excited to see who God will bring, and what He will accomplish.
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Since starting to work here I always felt like I am a little puzzle piece in a bigger puzzle scheme...It's very fulfilling to know that you're not just doing things that won't make a change, but the things that you do each and every day will have an impact.
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Early in the mornings we would go out and pray together...not just in 15 minutes in the morning, but an hour of prayer, and an hour of studying the Bible, and then even more later in the day. That is a good start to make sure I have that sizable block of time that's there to get right with God.
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