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Fiji: Experiential Disciple-making Internship

Where: Nadi, Fiji 

With Whom: ACTION missionaries Jeff and Kyndra Reed 

When: Year-round with approval by the missionaries and acceptance as ACTION Intern 

Overview: Join us in Fiji on the “other side of the postcard.” Our heart is to encourage young people to see through God’s eyes and serve with His hands. The needs are all around us and Fiji is an ideal location to learn to do that through experiential disciple-making. 

It’s not lying on the beach in a hammock . . . it’s serving the poor, living simply, and seeking life transformation through obedience to Christ’s call to make disciples.

  1. What are some ministry tasks that you want the intern to accomplish while serving with you?

Shadowing missionaries in their day-to-day ministry tasks. This could include:

  • Children’s ministry 
  • Relationship building for the purpose of gospel conversations
  • Tutoring 
  • Serving the poor
  • Farm tasks
  • Serving alongside a local church seeking to win the lost and disciple believer

2. What are some key lessons from your ministry and walk with the Lord that you want to impart to the interns to help them as they consider their own individual call to missions or vocational ministry?

Disciple-making as a pattern of life and calling has been given to all believers by Christ himself. Our desire would be to teach students about the life of disciple-making that Christ modeled for his disciples while also giving students the chance to put those lessons into practice. There would also be a strong emphasis on the Kingdom of God and our rightful place in it.

3. Please list specific skills an intern may expect to develop by the time the internship is completed.

  • How to develop Gospel-centered relationships with the lost, specifically:
    • How to build Christ-like relationships and love the lost
    • How to plant biblical truth
    • How to challenge people to consider Christ’s call to repent and believe
  • How to share their faith through personal testimony and a succinct Gospel message
  • Depending on the amount of time students would spend with us they would also learn about the process that Paul used to plant churches
  • One of the more important things interns would learn through their time with us would be how to put our Christian faith into action by going out and living alongside missionaries as they do the work. Interns would be invited into those daily patterns to learn from their model.