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    College students, are you interested in being a part of the Crossway Summer Internship?

    The mission of the Crossway Summer Internship is to give you the opportunity to gain practical ministry skills and theological training, cultivate a Christ-like character, while experiencing the church body, in order to advance your desires to pursue disciple-making communities.

    Live with your peers for a summer of community, fellowship, mission and growth.
    Learn to share the gospel, ministry skills and gain a greater understanding of the Bible.  
    Lead: Leading is learned through leading. Grow in leading in love through a summer of service, decision making, and mentorship.  

    Application: due March 27th
    Interviews: March 28th-April 2nd
    Money Due: May 14th 

    Schedule and Locations: 
    June 1-12 | Aurora, Illinois: Evangelism Focus – Learn to share your faith.   
    June 13-July 5 | Fort Collins, Colorado: Theology Focus: Learn how to read the Bible, life changing doctrine, ministry skills and service. Week-long backpacking trip in the Colorado wilderness. 
    July 7-26 | Puerto Escondido: Missions focus. Work alongside and learn from our brothers and sisters in Puerto.  
    July 27-30 | Fort Collins, Colorado:  Process your summer and how you will you use next semester.  

    Key Elements:  
    – Daily devotions
    – Time to read and study
    – Discipleship groups with your peers and mentors
    – Fun, adventure and community
    – Ministry practice
    – Worship and prayer
    – Evangelism and service
    – Classroom time

    Cost:  $3500+  
    Money raised goes to the following:  
    – Transportation: to and from Chicago or to and from Colorado.
    – Airfare: to and from Puerto Escondido
    – Lodging: combination of staying in homes, churches, and a YWAM facility
    – Food: covers food for the whole summer.  
    – Supplies: books, ministry supplies


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