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Three Kingdom ministries have joined together to offer a discipleship and service experience like no other.
With a combined total of more than 100 years in camp and conference ministry, these special places offer a breadth of history, experience and beauty that is unparalleled.
Based on the philosophical and scriptural foundation of the Stepping Stones youth discipleship experience developed in 2009, this INTERNship opportunity provides a holistic 8 month experience for young adults ages 18 through to 25 years.
When you think about your future, what do you see? Unsure? Have you ever worked at a camp, or thought about that as a career path? Or are you looking for a place to meet with others, grow closer to God, and work hard because that is what God called you to do?
If so, read on, because this might just be the program for you!
We CANNOT offer you a degree or diploma, but we WILL give you some very practical opportunities to develop work and life skills, while encouraging and challenging your faith development.
The INTERNship, as a program of Muskoka Bible Centre, is about developing young adults into people passionate for the Kingdom of God, who will then go and impact the world.
We are intentional about developing people in 3 areas.
The INTERNship year runs from September 7, 2016 - April 30, 2017.
1-800-551-0168 ext 246
Our mission as a conference, camp and retreat centre is to bring ultimate glory to God and His Kingdom. In this context it is of paramount importance that our staff members conduct themselves in a way that is honouring to men and above all, honouring to God. Therefore, all staff members serving in stepping stones are required to abide by certain standards and practices. Specifically, we consider the following conduct to be inappropriate in our context as a Christ-centred ministry organization:
Participation in any of the above on or off campus property, and by any means (phyiscal, verbal, text, email, social media, etc) will initiate investigation and appropriate disciplinary action, as necessary. Note that staff designated as ministry and/or management will be held to a higher level of accountability regarding off-site behaviour and conduct than other staff.
Furthermore, we encourage all staff to practice wisdom and careful judgment in the exercise of personal freedom. This includes things such as the responsible use of time and material resources, the honest pursuit of spiritual growth, including attendance at staff Bible studies and chapel when possible. Abstinence from alcohol, tobacco, gambling and other substance abuse is required at all times for Stepping Stones and Internship program participants. Modest behaviour and dress is important as well as maintaining personal relationships that are above reproach (I.e. guy/girl relationships). All staff members MUST remain out of the residential quarters of the opposite sex. Choice of entertainment (TV, movies, music) both on-site and off-site must also be a matter of discernment and wisdom. Staff and volunteers of Stepping Stones will refrain from profession or promotion of religious beliefs incompatible with Christian faith.
Failure to adhere to the above guidelines may be just cause for disciplinary action up to, and including dismissal. Stepping Stones expressly reserves the right under this policy to terminate an individual's employment or service for just cause upon violation of the specific or general elements of this policy.
In the event of a violation or breach of this policy, Stepping Stones will attempt to bring about restoration of the individual in order to restore a working relationship with Stepping Stones. The first stage of discipline shall be a review of the problem by the CEO with the alleged offender. Action as determined necessary by the CEO will be initiated.
Should any staff or volunteer member, having signed this code of conduct, find themselves in a position where they can no longer uphold these standards, they should immediately advise the Chief Executive Officer.
We require that staff, volunteers and groups using our facilities agree to not teach or act in contradiction to the summary statement of faith and marriage presented below.
MBC and Camp Roblealto exist for the purpose of religious instruction based on Biblical Scriptures. By working or volunteering with any of these organizations, you affirm this purpose and will teach only in accordance with the following statement of faith: (Adopted from the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada)
In addition to these, we believe in the holy institution of marriage as ordained by God between a man and a woman, the sanctity of marriage and the procreation of family, and that it is contrary to the will of God to sanctify as marriage the union of persons of the same sex.