Carthage Crisis Center
The Carthage Crisis Center is not your ordinary homeless mission. Although we provide temporary emergency housing, we have a more long-term approach to the problem of homelessness. Our mission is to restore homeless and needy people to self-sufficiency with God’s help. To that end, all of our residents are involved in opportunities for Spiritual growth. We all share in a weekly Saturday evening Bible Study at the center. On Sundays, all of our residents attend local congregations where they find friendly Biblical communities that help to build them up spiritually, and on Monday evenings, all of our residents attend a local Celebrate Recovery meeting at the First Nazarene Church. Throughout each week our residents have opportunities to counsel with the staff to learn life skills and how to apply Biblical principles to their daily lives.
|Church/Organization Employee||Average Attendance||Location|
|1-5||N/A||, Missouri United States|
|Position Category||Position Title||Position Type||Weekly Hours|
|Internship||Women and Family Program Summer Intern||N/A||N/A|
The Women/Family Program/Intern is responsible for aiding in the overall supervision of the Women/Family Program. This position requires critical thinking skills and the ability to work independently. Interns must work constructively and collaborate with other Carthage Crisis Center program areas. Interns are expected to maintain an awareness of potential problems while creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere in their particular program area. The Women/Family Program Intern will likely help open and close facility when assigned. Lock (closing) and unlock (opening) main exterior doors and exterior door in women/family area. She will occasionally staff reception area where the duties include answering telephone, conducting telephone intake interviews, take messages and answer all other inquiries. She will also provide guidance to female residents from intake to orientation and exit planning. And will offer spiritual nurturing to female residents through counseling, teaching and mentoring and will oversee the planning, implementation, execution and evaluation of special projects.
We are able to offer free room and board and an experience in ministry that will equip you to minister God's grace to the poor. Please give me a call to set up an interview; 417-358-3533. Prov. 31:8-9 Speak out for those who cannot speak, for the rights of all the destitute.Speak out, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy. Prov. 19:17 - Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward them for what they have done.