We are delighted that you’ve chosen to dedicate your time to learning and discovering what God has for your future in ministry. The goal of this internship is to equip you as a leader to serve God’s church so you can discover the calling God has placed on your life.
Throughout your year as an intern, you can expect to gain the practical tools necessary for ministry as well as grow in character, grow in your knowledge of God’s Word, develop relationships and be challenged. Above all else, you can expect to grow in your relationship with the Lord.
The pastors, staff and volunteers desire to see you thrive and succeed as you utilize your God-given gifts for the church. We look forward to starting this exciting new season of ministry with you.
Mosaic Internship Coordinator
In order for Mosaic Church to fulfill its mission, it is vital that we have faithful and godly leaders. Therefore, Mosaic has implemented within the church work environment a principle called the 6 C’s.
The 6 C’s stand for (1) Character, (2) Commitment, (3) Chemistry, (4) Calling, (5) Competency and (6) Capacity.
Mosaic leadership strives for each of the 6 C’s to be developed within every staff member, volunteer and intern. The thought process behind these is that when all six of the C’s are fully developed and displayed within a person, the work environment functions smoothly between all individuals and the quality of work is much higher. Throughout this internship, the 6 C’s will be explained and discussed thoroughly.
This will be the barometer in which we measure growth.
The attributes or features that make up and distinguish and individual.
A strong inner impulse toward a particular course of action, especially when accompanied by conviction or divine influence; the vocation or profession in which one customarily engages.
The state or act of being committed. A pledge or promise; obligation; engagement; involvement.
Interaction between people working together; specifically: such interaction when harmonious or effective.
The quality or state of being functionally adequate.
Actual or potential ability to perform, yield or withstand.
Interns who successfully complete their year will:
To provide an opportunity within a ministry setting where the intern, through experience, will be able to identify, clarify and receive direction for future involvement in/call to ministry.
A commitment for 1 year (Jan – Dec) to:
Each week all interns will:
The ebbs and flows of work for Ministry Departments vary. If an intern has completed their responsibilities for their specific area during their week, we encourage our interns to go above and beyond in serving in other departments to gain a well-rounded experience.
The following course is designed to provide broad principles for you to apply in your respective ministry.
The spring semester will focus on practical wisdom for everyday ministry.
Interns will receive three books or podcasts from and related to their ministry area. They are expected to read or listen in its entirety and write a 500-700 words reading brief on each of their books related to their ministry area.
January 16th Orientation & Why We Do Ministry
January 23rd Discovering Your Vision & Mission
January 30th 6 C’s: Character & Calling
February 6th 6 C’s: Commitment & Chemistry
February 13th 6 C’s: Competency & Capacity
February 20th Coaching: Figuring Out Direction
February 27th Receiving Feedback
March 5th No Class
March 12th Submitting & Working Under Authority
March 19th Spring Break
March 26th Family Ministry
April 2nd Intern Fun Day
April 9th Conflict Resolution
April 16th Culture & Worldview
April 23rd Emotional Health in Ministry
April 30th Soul Care
May 7th Budgeting
May 14th Resume Workshop
May 21st Gospel Fluency
The summer semester will focus on interns serving in various projects, such as VBS, Summer Camp or mission trips. Interns will not meet for Thursday evening classes, so they can focus on their involvement in their ministry area, projects and also rest. Interns will also focus on the characteristics of ministry leadership through studying Paul’s Pastoral Epistles.
Interns are expected to read 1, 2, Timothy and Titus and one tbd book. They are expected to read all these works in their entirety and write a 700 word reading brief on why gospel clarity and sound doctrine matters as a leader.
The fall semester will focus on the study of doctrine and how it applies in ministry.
Interns are expected to read Salvation Belongs to the Lord along with assigned readings from the Bible. They are expected to write a 500-700 words reading brief on each of the required readings.
August 6th Sound Doctrine
August 13th The Church
August 20th The Bible
August 27th The Trinity
September 3rd Creation & Image of God
September 10th Fall & Sin
September 17th Covenant
September 24th Christology
October 1st Fun Day
October 8th The Holy Spirit
October 15th Election
October 22nd Atonement & Justification
October 29th Sanctification & Christian Living
November 5th Jesus & Bodily Resurrection
November 12th Retribution Principle
November 19th Eschatology & Judgment
November 26th Thanksgiving – No Class
December 4th Intern Sendoff Celebration
Kerri Ann Hayes
MOSAIC YOUNG ADULTS
LOCAL AND GLOBAL MISSION
RECOVERY, COUNSELING & SUPPORT
LOVE MADE VISIBLE
WORSHIP & PRODUCTION
OPERATIONS & ADMINISTRATION