The Ministry Fellowship Program provides qualified students in the Department of Church Ministries the opportunity to spend the Fall and Spring semesters of their senior year gaining hands-on, real-world ministry experience at an approved church under the supervision of seasoned ministry professionals.
Students enrolled in any degree program can earn academic credit through participation in a Global Internship. If you have never experienced hands-on ministry in a cross-cultural context, then this might be the perfect opportunity for you to broaden your experiential horizons.
Turn the next school break into a hands-on, cross-cultural learning experience. If you're looking for a short-term, international experience, consider getting involved with a Global Team. Most trips are scheduled during Christmas, Spring and Summer breaks.
The LU Network allows students and alumni to search for internship and job opportunities. If you're unsure where to begin in your search for a job or internship, the LU Network is a great place to start.
School of Religion students have access to professional career counseling through the Career Center. If you need help finding an internship, preparing for an interview, or drafting a resume, you can schedule a meeting with our School of Religion Career Counselor, Tyler Holder.
Kevin is passionate about experiential learning, with experience in music ministry, leading worship, audio/visual, children's ministry, youth ministry, adult Bible study, preaching & teaching, small group leadership, one-on-one discipleship, open-air evangelism, and summer camp ministry, he understands the value of learning by doing. Kevin has also participated in two international missions trips to Brazil and Mexico, has three years of full-time pastoral ministry experience, and holds a Master of Divinity in Pastoral Ministry from Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary.
Kevin lives in Lynchburg, Virginia with his wife (Carrie) and two boys (Parker & Landon), and he is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Family Ministry from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.