Jubilee Community Church

Summer Interns at Jubilee

We are excited to have two interns working with us this summer. Angel and Molly will both be helping us here at Jubilee. We asked them a couple questions so you could get to know them better. Be sure to talk to them, and hear their heart for ministry. You will be encouraged.

How did God draw you to himself?

Angel: “When you are familiar with something it is easy for it to become boring and well known. For instance, after youʼve tasted peanut butter for the first time you may crave it for days after that and want to put it on many food items, but after awhile peanut butter is not that exciting. Peanut butter just becomes familiar and you are use to it. Growing up, Christ and the Gospel became familiar to me. I grew up in the church and often heard the Gospel. The Gospel was good news to those around me but it was not good news to me, so I had no interest in the Gospel. I grew up being a perfectionist and so I never felt that I deserved to be saved from my sins. Now I see and am thankful that I could not gain Godʼs favor and that he saved me apart from me. The process of coming to faith in Christ was finalized in the summer of 2007 at camp Shetek. After a chapel I came to realize I could not save myself and that I needed to be redeemed.”

Molly: “When I was in 8th grade, I started going to youth group with my sisters. Throughout that year, God slowly drew me to Himself. His Spirit was at work in my heart as He began to show me how great and powerful He truly is. Since that time, He has been shaping and molding me into His image.”

What have you been up to this past year?

Angel: “This past year I have been in Spokane, Washington, attending Moody Bible Institute. This past fall I was blessed to not have to work and just attend to my studies, which allowed me to do well. In the spring I started to work again and was amazed to see the Lord supply for all my needs through work and generous gifts of others. I think
that I did well in my classes. In this time away from home I have been learning many heart lessons and practical lessons about life. Iʼve enjoyed my hard, learning journey at Moody this past year and look forward to see what the Lord has for me.”

Molly: “Over the past year, I have been in Augusta, MT at a one-year bible school called Montana Wilderness School of the Bible. There I was able to study and learn more about God and His word. I now have a better understanding of my own sin and depravity. I also have a better understanding of His power to save, shape, and form me into whom He wills.”

Where do you want to be in five years?

Angel: “I would like to finish the associateʼs program at Moody. So if all goes as planned, Iʼll be done in the spring of 2013. Then I would like to take a year off and work at a local daycare in the inner-city area. Once I have saved enough money Iʼd like to go to a Christian college either here, or in Illinois, and get a degree in Early Childhood Education. I want to work in an urban Christian School as a preschool teacher and a junior or high school track and cross-country coach.”

Molly: “Five years from now I would like to be more in love with God than I am now. I want to be living life all out for the glory of the Most High God! If the Lord wills, I would like to be married with a family that is serving God and living life as an example of what it means to follow God. It is my desire to live out passionate relationship with the one true God of the universe, the Lord of Lords and King of Kings.”