Capitol Hill Baptist Church

Student Ministry Internship
Summer 2015
Internship Purpose & Goals
Student Ministry Internships at Capitol Hill Baptist Church are designed to achieve multiple purposes;
1. We seek to disciple, train, & equip young men who are interested in local church ministry (2
Tim 2:2)
2. We seek to use the gifts given to these men to build up and equip the church for mutual
ministry and edification (Eph 4:11-13)
Duration: Sunday, May 24 – Friday, August 7 (10 weeks of internship; 1 week of vacation)
Compensation: $10.00/hr for 20 hrs/week or $2,000 for the summer
Ministry Assignments
1. Help plan and execute the ministries and events of the Student Ministry (activities, camp, book
studies, VBS, BASH)
2. Create, train, and lead an evangelistic team for the CHBC Back to School BASH
3. Help facilitate Middle School discussion groups on Wednesday nights & during Summer Camp
4. Spend time in personal discipleship weekly with male students in the Student Ministry
5. Read and be ready to discuss assigned books on assigned dates
6. Memorize a section of Scripture related to pastoral ministry (Titus 1:5-9)
7. Write a research paper on a topic of theological and pastoral significance
8. Preach for three Wednesday night student ministry services and one Sunday night
congregational worship service
Intern Expectations
1. Attend Sunday School, both Sunday worship services, and the Wednesday night meeting
2. Be responsible (on time, dressed appropriately, completing tasks as scheduled).
3. Be holy (setting an example for the students in each area of your life).
4. Be disciplined (maintain a daily Bible reading and memorization plan).
5. Submit to and follow the leadership of your pastors.
Assigned Reading

Ascol, Tom. Dear Timothy: Letters on Pastoral Ministry. Cape Coral: Founders Press, 2006.
Dallimore, Arnold. Spurgeon: A New Biography. Carlisle: Banner of Truth, 2009.
Dever, Mark. 9 Marks of a Healthy Church. Wheaton: Crossway, 2000.
Marshall, Colin and Tony Payne. The Trellis and the Vine: The Ministry Mind-Shift that Changes
Everything. Kingsford: Matthias Media, 2009.

Research Paper
1. The research paper should be between 12 and 15 pages in length.
2. Approximately 2 pages should introduce and the significance of the topic and should include a
clearly stated thesis. The body of the paper should seek to convincingly substantiate the thesis with
careful exegesis of relevant passages, consideration for both historical, biblical, and systematic
theology. Approximately the last two pages should deal with pastoral and ecclesiastical applications
of the topic.
3. Book summary/analysis will be due on August 1, 2014.
4. Parenthetical page citations are acceptable within the body of the paper. The paper should be
double-spaced. Margins are to be one inch. Please strive for proper grammar and spelling.

Reading and Memorization Schedule
May 28

Reading due
Dallimore, Chapters 1-14

June 5

Dallimore, Chapters 15App. 1

June 11

Ascol, Chapters 1-7

June 19

Ascol, Chapters 8-14

June 25

Ascol, Chapters 15-20


Dever, Chapters 1-6
Dever, Chapters 7-App. 3
Marshall, Chapters 1-4
Student Life Camp
Marshall, Chapters 5App. 1



Memorization due
Titus 1:5 (NASB or
Titus 1:5-6 (NASB or
Titus 1:5-7 (NASB or
Titus 1:5-8 (NASB or
Titus 1:5-9 (NASB or

Titus 1:5-9 review

Assignments due
Research Paper Proposal with an
outline of major Scriptural passages
and bibliography of texts you will use.

Research Paper Outline

Completed Rough Draft of Paper Due

Research Paper Due