The Ministry Fellowship Program gives you the opportunity to spend the Fall and Spring semesters of your senior year gaining hands-on, real-world ministry experience at an approved site under the supervision of seasoned ministry leaders.
Spend your first year after high school as a ministry intern, while beginning your coursework online, before moving on campus your sophomore year.
No matter what degree you're pursuing, you 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.
Whether you want to stay close to campus or experience ministry in another area, we have connections with churches, camps and ministries all over the nation who have partnered with us to help equip you for ministry.
If you're majoring in a CLCM degree, you will gain over 100 hours of ministry experience through leadership and ministry practicums prior to the start of your final internship.
As a pastoral leadership major you will gain over 200 hours of experience (prior to your internship) through five designated service opportunities. These experiences include small group leadership, outreach, preaching, and participation with a pastoral leadership team.
The LU Network enables you 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.
As a School of Divinity student, you have access to professional career counseling through the Career Center. If you need additional help searching for an internship, preparing for an interview, or drafting a resume, you can schedule a meeting with our School of Divinity Career Counselor, Tyler Holder.
During the fall semester each year you have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with ministry leaders from local, national and international ministries who come offering internships, part-time, and full-time employment opportunities specifically to you as a Liberty School of Divinity student. The fair is typically scheduled for the first or second week in November; more details will be posted as the next fair approaches.
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 cross-cultural ministry 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.