INTERNSHIP

At MBC it is our vision to be a church that is intentional about discipleship, and one key way we can do this is by inviting Interns to come and work for us as part of their seminary education. This allows us, as a congregation, to invest in the future ministers of the Kingdom of God with our time, our resources, our prayer and our support, while we also benefit from being a training ground for them to ‘cut their teeth’ in practical, on- the-ground, ministry.


The MBC Biblical Leadership Internship Program is not solely for men desiring to be preaching pastors, however. We have streams for men and women in Youth Ministry, Discipleship, Women’s Ministry and Biblical Studies, all of which serve to develop a deeper Biblical knowledge, a framework for Biblical teaching and a skilled approach to applying that knowledge in the local church context. If, after serving as an Intern, you decide staff ministry isn’t for you, you’ll still be able to look back and see how you’ve grown and developed – it won’t be time wasted!


Our interns will interact in many ways with the body of the church, serving in areas that will help them to develop their skills, but also serving in areas that will help them appreciate the diverse and multi-faceted entity that is the modern, local church. Beyond the practical aspects of ministry, the Interns will continue with their studies for seminary, and will also be required to do theological papers and expositional excerpts on issues they encounter during their time at MBC.


If you are interested in considering our Internship Program, please contact Pastor Tim.

Timothy Svendsen

Timothy is a seminary student online through the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is excited for the opportunity to work here in Milford. Tim holds a Bachelor's degree in music education from The College of New Jersey, and taught music in the Bound Brook, New Jersey school system for two years before beginning seminary. He lives in Great Meadows, New Jersey with his wife Rachel and they are expecting their first child in August. Tim works as a computer programmer and a soccer referee.