We are foreigners. This land is not our home. We belong to a different place. We belong for our King, the LORD God Almighty, Maker of Heaven and Earth. This is who we are and this is how we live—as sojourners.
The word sojourn means a temporary stay. As college students this is the season of life we find ourselves in: temporary. Whether it is because of school or a new season of life, we sojourn moving from one chapter to another.
So, we run with endurance toward the ultimate prize, Jesus Christ, knowing regular community among fellow believers is vital and crucial for encouragement, accountability and sharpening of the faith. This is the heart of the college ministry.
Sojourn - 7:37 | Wednesdays | Back of the Inn
Sojourn is held at the back of the Inn and is a great time for college students to gather together to worship and to learn new truths about the God of the Bible.
Huddles: throughout the week
Huddles are a gathering of a small group of students each week that focus on being known and knowing how to make Scripture come to life. Each group meets at different times and locations throughout the week. If you'd like to get plugged in contact Cody Finch.
The purpose of this internship is to help shape, train and teach the next generation of church leaders and pastors through intentional ministry experiences. This internship will provide interns with mentorship and ministry experience, under the direct leadership and supervision of Senior Staff Pastors and Lead Ministers of Englewood Baptist Church, for the purpose of ministry development.
Internship University is a program that provides a person the opportunity to learn ministry by serving alongside the Lead Staff of Englewood Baptist Church up to one year. There are countless young men and women who call Jackson home every single year that are called by God to go into full time vocational ministry. Each year a group of college students and/or young adults are trained and mentored in specific areas of church ministry through Internship University. They are immersed in the ministries of Englewood and get a broad perspective of what ministry looks like while serving on the front lines. As they graduate from Internship University, each intern will have a more defined understanding of what it is like to serve on a church staff and how to lead well. As these students leave our church, our prayer would be that they take their experience as an intern at Englewood and implement what they learned wherever God places them.