Recruiters

Recruiters are listed in chronological order. Complete a Recruiting Request form if you are interested in recruiting. Anyone who comes to campus to inquire about employment opportunities or to make sales contacts should visit the Welcome Center first. For more information about recruiting at Maranatha, read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Recruiters who have visited Maranatha in 2013-2014

Baptist Mid-Mission: September 4 (3 p.m.)-5 (9 p.m.), Charles Ellis and Lomax Skinner recruit those interested in missions as a career, but also present opportunities for summer mission trips.  Stop by to discuss questions about Baptist mid-Missions and possibilities around the world. Inquiries may be emailed to cellis@bmm.org, or check out their website at http://www.bmm.org.  Lomax Skinner would like to discuss Germany and Germany Trek (a summer group ministry opportunity).

WI Army National Guard: September 5 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.), SSG Robert Schroeder will be present at his Dining Commons hallway display to let students know what types of benefits the National Guard has to offer such as paying for college and serving their community and country part-time. Inquiries may be emailed to Robert.d.schroeder.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://www.nationalguard.com/.

FBFI Commission on Chaplains: September 10 (8 a.m.)-11 (1 p.m.), Dr. Bob and Sylvia Ellis will be recruit young men to serve as chaplains in the U.S. military.  Inquiries may be emailed to bobellisfbf@att.net, or check out their website at http://www.fbfi.org.

Camp Chetek: September 16 (8 a.m.)-18 (12 p.m.), Randy Tanis and David Mulder recruit summer camp staff for 2014.  Luke, Mitchell, and Laurel Tanis will also be present to help with recruitment efforts.  Inquiries may be emailed to pr@campchetek.org, or check out their website at http://campchetek.org.

Camp CoBeAc: September 16 (9 a.m.)-18 (1 p.m.), John and Erica Hines recruit for this northern Michigan camp seeking to hire junior and teen counselors, life guards, nurses, program assistants, maintenance and ground crew, secretaries, and kitchen staff.  If you are interested in having the summer of your life by investing in hundreds of young people, they would love to have you on their team!  Stop by their table for more information, email inquiries to yes2camp@cobeac.org, or check out their website at http://www.cobeac.org.

Camp Joy: Sep. 19 (8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.), Scott Hatchett, Ben Hatchett, and Stephen Rains recruit counselors, program staff, and operational staff for the 2014 summer camping season, as well as counselors for their upcoming winter retreats.  Inquiries may be emailed to stephenandchristiana08@gmail.com, or check out their website at http://campjoy.org.

The Wilds Christian Camp: September 23 (2 p.m.)-25 (5 p.m.), Matt Herbster and Matt Taylor recruit 280 summer 2014 staff, including counselors and operational staff. Inquiries may be emailed to matt.taylor@wilds.org, or check out their website at http://wilds.org.

Inter-City Baptist School: September 26 (9 a.m.)-27 (10 a.m.), Jim and Jean Hubbard recruit for two potential openings: fourth grade and elementary music. Both December and May graduates are welcome.  Located in Allen Park, Michigan, just south of Detroit, and a ministry of Inter-City Baptist Church, this college-prep K-12 school with modern facilities emphasizes the cognitive development of students within a Christian worldview.  Inquiries may be emailed to jhubbard@intercity.org to schedule an interview, or check out their website at http://www.icbschool.org.

Gospel Furthering Fellowship: September 30 (5 p.m.)-October 2 (1 p.m.), Rev. Craig Griffith recruits for this fundamental, independent Baptist mission looking to evangelize and plant churches wherever the Lord directs.  They can use many of God’s people in many different ways.  Inquiries may be emailed to gff1@comcast.net, or check out their website at http://wwww.gffministries.com.

Baptist Church Planters:  October 3 (9 a.m.)-5 (4 p.m.)  Bob and Donna Bennett recruit for this organization which plants Baptist churches in North America.  BCP is looking for individuals interested in church planting in all aspects of American culture, from rural to inner city, including multi-ethnic communities.  BCP currently has works in the Hispanic, Asian, and Deaf communities.  Included under the BCP ministry are two subsidiaries.  ChurchCare exists to assist churches which are experiencing “growing pains” and are in need of building or remodeling or which are struggling to survive.  TechPartner exists to help those in ministry with technology needs for the sake of the Gospel.  One additional program, Cross Connection, is a program designed to connect missionaries in fulltime church planting ministry with individuals desiring a short-term missions opportunity.  Baptist Church Planters currently has three church planters who have openings for the summer of 2014.  Please contact Baptist Church Planters, if you are interested. Learn more at www.bcpusa.org, www.churchcare.org, and www.techpartner.org.  You may also email inquiries to bbennett@bcpusa.org or bcp@bcpusa.org.

Shalom Ministries: October 7 (7 p.m.)-9 (3:15 p.m.), Dr. Craig Hartman and Mike Snell recruit students for their summer mission team.  The opportunity is for one month, May 15-June 17, and will involve ministry in New York City and Israel. Inquiries may be emailed to info@shalomnyc.org, or check out their website at http://www.shalomnyc.org.

Baptist Camp Assurance: October 8 (4:30 p.m.)-11 (10:00 a.m.), Scott and Debbie Randolph recruit those willing to serve as counselors, shop directors, lifeguards, wranglers, head cook, and kitchen staff for the summer of 2014, their 65th year of ministry. Check out their website to complete an application, and stop by their display table for an interview. Inquiries may also be emailed to CAMan1184@aol.com.

Liberty Baptist Church: October 9 (6 p.m.)-11 (1 p.m.), Dr. David Teis recruits 10 summer missionaries this year.  This Las Vegas, Nevada ministry offers an opportunity to intern at an exciting, vibrant church in one of America’s most needy cities.  Each summer missionary will receive a $1,200 scholarship at the end of the summer.  This is a great opportunity to grow and gain practical Christian ministry experience.  Inquiries may be directed to info@experienceliberty.com, or check out their website at http://experienceliberty.com.

Southland Christian Camp: October 10 (9 a.m.)-11 (7 p.m.), Mike Herbster recruits operational staff, as well as counselors for the nine-week summer camp season of summer 2014.  Southland serves around 80 churches and around 200 campers each week and is located in Ringgold, Louisiana.  Inquiries may be emailed to mike@herbsterevangelism.org, or check out their website at http://www.southlandcamp.org.

WI Army National Guard: October 15 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.), Staff Sergeant Robert Schroeder is available to talk to students about the college benefits and job skills the National Guard can offer.  Inquiries may be emailed to Robert.d.schroeder.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://www.nationalguard.com.

Fetzer Memorial Christian Academy (a ministry of Baptist Mid-Missions): October 14 (1 p.m.)-16 (10 a.m.), Allan and Diane Frey recruit for this Christian day school for MKs (missionary kids) in Lima, Peru.  They are looking for short-term teachers to teach in their school.  For the 2014-2015 school year, they need two elementary teachers and combinations of science, math, and history for junior/senior high.  Inquiries may be emailed to adjcfrey@gmail.com.

Berean Academy: October 16 (9 a.m.)-17 (11 a.m.), Joey Harmon recruits prospective math and science teachers.  Inquiries may be emailed to harmonj@bereanacademy.net, or check out their website at http://www.bereanacademy.net.

Neighborhood Bible Time: October 16 (8 a.m.)-17 (3 p.m.), Larry Koontz recruits young men interested in serving the Lord through local church evangelism over the summer months.  NBT evangelists have the opportunity to learn from experienced men of God while preaching to children or teens. Inquiries may be emailed to koontzl@nbtime.org, or check out their website at http://www.nbtime.org.

Biblical Ministries Worldwide: October 17 (9 a.m.)-18 (5 p.m.), Steven Rygh recruits for 500 career missionaries to join their missionaries in ministries around the globe!  They are interested in sort-term opportunities in China and Denmark for summer 2014.  Stop by to discuss interests in church planting, translation, tentmaking, or any other kind of mission work.  Inquiries may be emailed to srygh@biblicalministries.org, or check out their website at http://BiblicalMinistries.org.

Ironwood: October 17 (8 a.m.)-18 (9 p.m.), Scott Olson and Stephen Watson recruit camp staff for the summer of 2014.  They need counselors, wranglers, and program assistants, as well as members for food service, hospitality, facility maintenance, vehicle maintenance, and stores teams.  Ironwood is located in the high desert of Southern California and serves local churches from across the southwestern states.  They have three programs that run side by side throughout the summer in three facilities: Rivertown serves teens; Broken I Ranch serves juniors, and Ike’s Roost is for junior high and horsemanship programs. Fill out an application online at https://ironwood.applyforcamp.com/, or email inquiries to carolbond@ironwood.org.

Student Global Impact: October 21 (5 p.m.)-24 (4 p.m.), Benjamin Edwards recruits for the Student Global Impact National Conference scheduled for January 2-3, 2014.  Hundreds of young adults will gather in the metro Detroit area for this conference.  The theme is “To Live is Christ. To Die is Gain.”  Join the focus on the Word through preaching, corporate singing, practical and academic workshops on mission topics, and fellowship with other young adults who love Jesus and the cause of His gospel.  Inquiries may be emailed to info@missionsmandate.org, or check out their website at http://missionsmandate.org/index.php/sgi.

Forest Glen Bible Camp: October 23 (9 a.m.)-24 (6 p.m.), Jeff Reason recruits for this support ministry to local churches, purposing to glorify God by using the unique aspects of Christian camping to communicate the gospel, strengthen families, and equip servant-leaders for Great Commission ministry. The program of FGBC consists of retreats, summer camps, and training for ministry teams. Each summer, we need ministry-oriented staff members who have a heart for God and a burden to reach people through Christian camping. You will experience both local church and camp ministry in a mission field setting. Your service to the Lord will help us strengthen the small, scattered churches of eastern Canada. This year, we need a program director; male and female counselors; nurse; secretary; maintenance and kitchen workers; IT and audio and young preachers who are willing to counsel and preach on the weekends in churches where there is no pastor. Inquiries may be emailed to Dr. Jeff Reason at jreason@FGBC.ca, or check out their website at www.FGBC.ca for more information.

Camp Kanesatake: October 23 (4 p.m.)-26 (8 a.m.), Seth and Shannon Hoffman recruit about 30 people to serve as counselors or operational staff.  These staff members enable camp to run smoothly while serving campers and each other.  If you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, desire to serve God, enjoy working with youth, and are willing to be a leader, then you would thrive as part of one of our summer teams! Inquiries may be emailed to office@mycampk.com, or check out their website at http://mycampk.com/Camp-Pages/summer-camp.

Servant’s Heart Camp: October 24 (8 a.m.)-25 (2 p.m.), Jim and Pat Fry recruit staff for the 2014 summer camping season: counselors, kitchen staff, video/photographer, operational staff, and a secretary.  Servant’s Heart is a small, conservative camp in Central Pennsylvania with a family atmosphere.  Inquiries may be emailed to JimFry@shcm.org, or check out their website at http://shcm.org.

Amazing Grace Baptist Camp: October 24 (9 a.m.)-25 (mid-afternoon), Josh Burkholder and Robin Altoft recruit summer 2014 staff and promote the camp’s ministry.  Inquiries may be emailed to office@agbcamp.org, or check out their website at http://www.agbcamp.org.

Arch Ministries: October 24 (10 a.m.)-26 ( 6 a.m.), Matt Walker recruits those interested in church planting.  In addition, he would like to recruit an intern for their church for summer 2014.  Inquiries may be emailed to pastor@collegeparkministries.org, or check out their website at http://archmin.org.

Harvest Christian Academy and Ministries: October 28 (5 p.m.)-29 (6 p.m.), Drs. Bobby Wood and Doug Abels recruit for HCA and other Harvest Ministries personnel: elementary and secondary teachers, secretaries, and summer camp staff. Inquiries may be directed to melewis@hbcguam.net, or check out their website at http://hbcguam.net.

Camp Joy: October 29 (9 a.m.-9 p.m.), Ben, Scott, and Julia Hatchett recruit for Camp Joy, looking for students who could join their summer ministry team for 2014: ten guy counselors and ten girl counselors.  In addition, Camp Joy provides opportunities to serve God and minister to people in the kitchen, on program staff, or as a counselor interacting directly with campers.  Inquiries may be emailed to ben.hatchett@campjoy.org, or check out their website at http://www.campjoy.org.

Wolf Mountain Camps: October 29 (12:30 p.m.)- 31 (12:00 p.m.), Jon Bladine and Brad Jezowski recruit young people who desire to see God work in them and through their lives to make a difference in the lives of juniors, teens, and families on the West Coast.  Work areas available include junior and teen camp counselors, kitchen, wranglers, program, media intern, grounds, projects, and hospitality.  We have a resident staff team that is passionate about investing in the lives of our summer staff.  If you would be interested in the adventure of a summer of ministry in Northern California, email inquiries to jonbladine@wolfmountain.org, or check out their website at http://www.wolfmountain.org.

Northwest Baptist Missions: November 4 (9 a.m.)-5 (5 p.m.), Dr. and Mrs. Ron Ehmann recruit church planters who would consider the needs of the West.  They are helping churches and church planter teams reach new areas of both rural and urban populations.  The West is extremely diverse in its cultures and ethnicities.  It is one of the least churched areas of the U.S.A.  There would be opportunity for those called to evangelism or the pastorate, as well as those with a non-ministerial calling to go help with a new church plant.  Inquiries may be emailed to rehmann@nbmwest.org, or check out their website at http://www.nbmwest.org.

WI Army National Guard: November 5 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.), SSG Robert Schroeder and SSG Jason Kuske will be available to speak with students during lunch about the benefits the National Guard has to offer.  Inquiries may be emailed to Robert.d.schroeder.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://www.nationalguard.com.

Schaumburg Christian School: November 6 (6 p.m.)-7 (5 p.m.), Mr. and Mrs. Jim Toth recruit for 2014-2015 employment opportunities: Administration-Assistant/Dean of Students/Guidance Counselor; Early Childhood-Kindergarten Certified Teacher; Elementary-Upper and Lower; Junior High-Science, History; High School-Science, Girls’ Physical Education & Coach; Music-5th and 6th Grade Teacher/Instrumental Lessons.  Inquiries may be emailed to debbietoth@bethelministries.org, or check out their website at http://www.schaumburgchristian.com.

Baptist World Mission: November 12 (9 a.m.)-13 (5 p.m.), Dr. David Canedy, Deputation Director, is interested in talking to prospective missionaries about their future missionary service and the potential of BWM serving them in their missionary ministry.  BWM is active planting churches worldwide by serving missionaries, pastors, and churches for the cause of worldwide missions.  BWM has been serving missionaries for over 52 years, currently with 318 missionaries in 50 countries.  They are praying for the Lord to send more laborers and would be honored to talk with you about your burden to serve the Lord in missions.  Inquiries may be emailed to dcanedy@mac.com, or check out their website at http://www.baptistworldmission.org.

COME International Baptist Ministries: November 13 (1 p.m.)-14 (5 p.m.), President Mark Staley and wife Nancy recruit for this ministry serving short-term ministries worldwide, including evangelistic and revival crusades, church planting, interim pastorates, camps, and VBS.  They hope to connect with those interested in long-term affiliation with their mission.  Brother Staley is also looking for someone to head up their new Foreign Affiliates division.  Free temporary housing may be available at the international headquarters in Pontiac, Illinois.  Inquiries may be emailed to revmwstaley@aol.com, or check out their website at http://www.comemissions.org.

Camp Chetek: November 14 (6 p.m.)-15 (9 p.m.), Randy Tanis, David Mulder, Luke Tanis, Mitchell Tanis, and Catie Werner are looking for young people excited about serving the Lord for a summer in a camp ministry.  All positions are available.  Inquiries may be emailed to pr@campchetek.org, or check out their website at http://campchetek.org.

Camp Eden: November 17 (8 p.m.)-20 (9 a.m.), Randy and Nikki Vawter recruit for this ministry of Beth Eden Baptist Church, seeking to hire 30 summer staff interested in learning biblical leadership and counseling skills for use in their local churches while enjoying rock climbing, white-water rafting, hiking—all surrounded by the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.  Positions available are counselors, program staff, and operational staff for campers who range from elementary to high school ages.  The duration of your stay depends on you.  Pick the six-week (June 3-July 12, 2014) or 10-week option (June 3-August 11, 2014); dates of hire are subject to need and availability.  Inquiries may be directed to randy@campeden.org, or check out their website at http://www.campeden.org/our-values.html.

Westwood Christian School/Circle C Youth Ranch Camp: November 18 (8 a.m.)-19 (10 a.m.), Bill Thomson recruit for this  traditional Christian school in its 54th year, a ministry of First Baptist church of Westwood Lake, educating the youth of Miami, Florida. The 2014-2015 school year has possible teaching needs in the areas of elementary, middle, and high school, as well as a music/choir teacher.  The ranch is a summer day camp ministry of the same church, ministering to boys and girls for ten weeks in the summer and is one of the oldest Christian camps in Miami.  If you are interested in gaining practical training for the ministry both in the church and counseling in the camp for the upcoming 2014 summer, stop by their display table, send an email to bthomson@westwoodchristian.org, or check out their website at http://www.westwoodchristian.org.

First Baptist Church/Valley Christian Academy: November 18 (9 a.m.)-19 (8 p.m.), Assistant Pastor Joel Mikkelson recruits for the academy, founded in 1967, a K-12 educational institution that desires to lead young people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, and train and equip them to serve Him.  The following positions are needed for the 2014-2015 school year: Elementary–3rd and 5th grades, and talent development–a special education program; Secondary–drama, history, Spanish, junior high English and math, and talent development–a special education program.  Inquiries may be emailed to joelmikkelson@yahoo.com, or check out their website at http://www.vcalions.com.

Red Cliff Bible Camp: November 21 (8 a.m.)-22 (9 p.m.), Dean and Ellie Loftus recruit summer staff for 2014.  Inquiries may be emailed to redcliffcamp@gmail.com, or check out their website at http://www.redcliffcamp.org.

Hanalani Schools: November 21, (8 a.m.-8 p.m.), Mark Sugimoto recruits ministry-minded teachers who are willing to serve in Hawaii.  Competitive salary, benefits, and an opportunity to teach in a tropical climate await those who would like to join their team.  Inquiries may be emailed to ssugimoto@hanalani.org, or check out their website at http://www.hanalani.org.

New York Summer Evangelism Team (NYSET)/Heartlifting Ministries: December 5 (8:30 a.m.)-6 (5:00 p.m.), Doug and Donna Lowery recruit young men who feel God is calling them to be church planters.  Evangelist Lowery will take members to church planters all over the City for face-to-face interviews for 3 weeks, along with training in practical areas of the ministry and Skype interviews with church planters across America.  The last three weeks will include outreach ministry (led by Brooklyn missionary Dan Klaus) assisting several new church planters in different boroughs. You must have at least two years of Bible college completed to participate in this invaluable mentoring.  Inquiries may be emailed to heartliftingministries@yahoo.com, or check out their website at http://www.heartlifting.org.

WI Army National Guard: January 15 (10 a.m.-2 p.m.), SSG Robert Schroeder Provide information about the National Guard on how they can assist with paying for college as you serve your country part-time while attending school fulltime. Inquiries may be emailed to Robert.d.schroeder.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://www.nationalguard.com.

Camp Joy: January 24 (8:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.), Ben and Julia Hatchett recruit MBU students for unique ministry opportunities.  They are looking for counselors during teen and junior retreats on several upcoming weekends.  For the summer, they are looking for men and ladies to join the summer ministry team as counselors, program staff, kitchen staff, secretaries, a horse wrangler, and a lakefront manager.  Inquiries may be emailed to ben.hatchett@campjoy.org, or check out their website at http://campjoy.org.

Inter-City Baptist Church, Spread the Word 2014: January 30 (9 a.m.-3 p.m.), Dr. David Doran, pastor of Inter-City Baptist Church, will be on campus recruiting for a summer internship program at Inter-City Baptist Church, Spread the Word.  Spread the Word is designed to honor God and advance the Gospel by mobilizing a church planting movement in metro Detroit.  In pursuit of this, by God’s grace it will build a ministry that equips men for God-centered Gospel ministry while exposing them to the church planting opportunities in SE Michigan (particularly Detroit) and helping metro Detroit churches make and mature disciples. Inquiries may be emailed to nchatfield@intercity.org, or check out their website at http://www.intercity.org/.

Vision Baptist Missions: February 3 (11:45 a.m-7 p.m.), Kyle Shreve recruits new missionaries for this mission board.  Inquiries may be emailed to bush@visionbaptist.com, or check out their website at https://www.visionmissions.com/about/about/.

Minnesota Regular Baptist Camp: February 11 (10 a.m.)-12 (1 p.m.), Darrell Friar recruits summer counselors for this Minnesota camping ministry.  Inquiries may be emailed to marbc@juno.com, or check out their website at http://basslakecamp.org.

Baptist World Mission: February 15 (6 p.m.) to 20 (12:30 p.m.), Dr. Bud Steadman will display for Baptist World Mission, which serves over 300 missionaries serving in over 50 countries.  It is their desire to connect with future pastors and missionaries for the purpose of creating long-term relationships in ministry.  Inquiries may be emailed to bwmdirector@baptistworldmission.org, or check out their website at http://www.baptistworldmission.org.

Camp CoBeAc: February 21 (8:00 a.m.)-22 (8:00 a.m.), Aaron Wilson recruits students who would be interested in serving a summer as a counselor, kitchen worker, office staff, program staff, maintenance, lifeguard, nurse, or hospitality.  Inquiries maybe emailed to summerstaff@cobeac.org, or check out their website at http://www.cobeac.org.

Camp Chetek: February 23 (9 p.m.)-26 (12:30 p.m.), Randy Tanis, David Mulder, Luke Tanis, Mitchell Tanis, and Catie Werner recruit several staff opening.  Their greatest needs are guy counselors, nurses, and kitchen staff.  Camp Chetek needs YOU to come and serve this summer.  A pie and ice cream social is scheduled for Tuesday night, February 25, from 9 p.m.-9:45 p.m. in DC 202.  Come and meet the permanent staff and summer staff planning to come this summer while enjoying food and getting to know more about Camp Chetek and how you can fit into this summer ministry.  Inquiries may be emailed to pr@campchetek.org, or check out their website at http://campchetek.org.

Biblical Ministries Worldwide: February 24 (11 a.m.)-26 (12 p.m.), Steven Rygh recruits for Biblical Ministries Worldwide, seeking 500 students for church planting, tentmaking, and teaching English in China!  BMW emphasized evangelism, discipleship, and leadership training.  I look forward to talking with any students who are ready to come ride with BMW!  Inquiries may be emailed to srygh@biblicalministries.org, or check out their website at http://biblicalministries.org.

Harvest Christian Academy: February 24 (4:30 p.m.)-26 (5 a.m.), Mr. John McGrew will be coming from the island of Guam and will be recruiting for Harvest Christian Academy and other Harvest Ministries personnel.  Faculty needs: elementary teacher, secondary English teacher, secondary math teacher, and secondary Spanish teacher.  Operational needs: secretarial.  Inquiries may be emailed to melewis@hbcguam.net, or check out their website at http://hbcguam.net.

Baptist Mid-Missions: February 25 (9:30 a.m.)-27 (5:00 p.m.), Charles Ellis, a veteran missionary from Germany in his 7th year as director of enlistment, would like to discuss the opportunities that are possible for summer internships, as well as short-term/career missionary service.  Baptist Mid-Missions began in 1920 as the first independent Baptist mission agency and has a wealth of experience moving forward in a modern world to reach the lost for Christ in areas where Satan has been dominant for centuries.  They are looking for those called of God to punch holes in the darkness for His glory.  Inquiries may be emailed to cellis@bmm.org, or check out their website at http://bmm.org.

WI Army National Guard: April 1 (10 AM-2 PM), SSG Robert Schroeder will be available to answer any questions about the National Guard and the different options you can serve your country and community part-time while in school fulltime.  Inquiries may be emailed to robert.d.schroeder.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://www.nationalguard.com.

Independent Baptist Mission Global (IBMGlobal): April 7 (9 a.m.)-9 (5 p.m.), Steve Stadtmiller recruit for this ministry that exists to facilitate indigenous church planting movements around the globe.  They are looking for people whom God has called to serve as church-planters, teachers of theology, missionaries in creative-access nations in the 10/40 window, and teachers and disciplers of children in an orphanage in Africa.  Inquiries may be directed to steve.stadtmiller@ibmglobal.org, or check out their website at http://www.ibmglobal.org.

Baptist Church Planters: April 10 (9:00 a.m.)-11 (3:00 p.m.), Bob and Donna Bennett recruit for North American missions looking for students interested in being a part of a church planting team, those interested in short-term ministries through BCP’s Cross Connection ministry, and internships through their Timothy ministry that include multi-cultural and Hispanic ministries.  Inquiries may be emailed to bbennett@bcpusa.org, or check out their website at http://bcpusa.org.

World Wide New Testament Baptist Missions: April 10 (3 PM)-11 (9 PM), Rev. Stanley and Marvine Cline wish to acquaint students with this mission board located in Kings Mountain, North Carolina.  They are looking for missionaries to go around the world.  There is a specific need for potential teachers for the Majuro Baptist Christian Academy in the Marshall Islands.  The school is using the A Beka curriculum from Pensacola, Florida.  Inquiries may be emailed to scline@wwntbm.com, or check out their website at http://www.wwntbm.com.