C.O.R.D. Ministries Unlimited

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Harvest Warriors Internship Program 

 

 

 

 What happens during Last Harvest Warriors?

Last Harvest Warriors is an internship providing intense leadership training for ministry to children and youth from around the world by classroom instruction, specialized training and hands-on experience.        

 

 

 

What will you be doing?   

You will be ministering in the streets, schools  and churches to share the love of Jesus Christ through drama, dance, music, puppetry, clowning and preaching. What better way to find your calling!      

 

 

 

Options on how to serve                                                                

Last Harvest Warriors provides ongoing training for Bible  students desiring to serve: (1) once a month or more on a local mission team, (2) a Summer internship of 2-3 months or (3) a 1- to 3-year term as a Missionary Associate.

All adults working with minor children must complete a background check.

Please print out an application form (under the tab for King's Castle Internship Application)

and submit an authorization form for a background check to:

Rev. JoAnn Riley, Asst. Nat'l Director

King's Castle USA, PO Box 2225, Victorville, CA 92392-2225 

 

 

         

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