Are you passionate about the future of the church? Are you looking for an opportunity to not just talk about giving your life to serve Christ, but actually do it?
Praxis is a ten-month full time internship program designed to sharpen and equip each candidate for a career of catalytic ministry in the church. Through meaningful work, one-on-one mentoring, teaching from senior leaders, and personal spiritual formation, Praxis serves as a bridge between a seminary or college education and ministry life.
• A growing relationship with Christ
• Commitment to Hope’s vision and mission
• A team player with a heart to serve
• A Bachelor’s degree in a related field
• Some ministry or seminary experience preferred (varies by department)
• The ability to flex with a fast-paced, dynamic environment
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We are no longer accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Praxis Program.
For questions regarding the program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
FROM PAST RESIDENTS
“Praxis taught me to be teachable. It taught me how to serve the kingdom better and not just in my area, but as a whole body.”
Whitney Gunn, Praxis 2014, Hope Kids Coordinator—Midtown Campus
“If you want engaging mentor and discipleship from some of the best thinkers, visionaries, and leaders out there, then Praxis is for you. If you are passionate about ministry but lack the experience required to make the next step, then Praxis is for you. If you’re like I was, looking to meet that “previous ministry experience required” criteria in order to get where you want to be, then Praxis is for you.”
KJ Julian, Youth Pastor, Commonwealth Chapel
“My experience in Praxis at Hope taught me so much about risk taking and innovative thinking in ministry. I am not naturally a risk-taker but I was so blessed by the ways this program taught me to take risks and see how God comes through when we trust Him.”
Lizzie Keegan, Campus Staff Member, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
“Praxis is teaching me to Learn how to lead “my way”. I’m learning to be comfortable in my leadership skills and using the best way possible to motivate and influence people to be the best them that they can be.”
Michael Talley, Dallas Theological Seminary grad