Recruiters

Recruiters are listed in chronological order. Complete a Recruiting Request form if you are interested in recruiting. Anyone who comes to campus to inquire about employment opportunities or to make sales contacts should visit the Welcome Center first. For more information about recruiting at Maranatha, read our Frequently Asked Questions.

Camp Kanesatake: October 2 (8:00 a.m.)-3 (5:00 p.m.), Seth and Shannon Hoffman recruit counselors or operational staff who will enable this camp to run smoothly while serving campers and each other. If you have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, desire to serve God, enjoy working with youth, and are willing to be a leader, then you would thrive as a part of their summer team. A recruitment party is planned for October 3 from 7-9 p.m. in DC 202 for those interested in learning about these ministry opportunities. Please sign up at their display table if you plan to attend. Inquiries may be emailed to office@mycampk.com, or check out their website at http://www.mycampk.com.

Camp Assurance: October 2 (7:30 a.m.)-3 (7:00 p.m.), Scott and Debbie Randolph recruit those interested in serving as a counselor, lifeguard, snack or craft shop director in a Christian camp for June and July 2015. Further information may be obtained at a recruitment party planned for October 2 from 8:00-9:30 p.m. in DC 202. Please sign up at their display table if you plan to attend this party. An online application for summer staff can be filled out through their website: CampAssurance.org. Inquiries may be emailed to CAMan1184@aol.com, or call Scott at 217-377-5778.

Baptist Church Planters: October 5 (12:30 p.m.)-6 (4:00 p.m.), Bob and Donna Bennett recruit for this North American church-planting organization and are looking for those interested in reaching all of those that God has brought to our shores in multicultural settings, whether rural or inner-city. BCP’s Cross Connection ministry provides an opportunity for students interested in short-term ministries and will be available at their display. Inquiries may be emailed to bbennett@bcpusa.org, or check out their website at http://www.bcpusa.org.

Indiana Christian Academy: October 6 (8 a.m.)-7 (3 p.m.), Kevin Plew and Steve Lingle recruit for this growing school that is looking for teachers who are passionate about sharing the love of Christ with students while bringing academic excellence to the classroom. As our enrollment continues to expand, ICA is looking for enthusiastic individuals to fill the roles of elementary education teachers, special education teacher, and several secondary teachers in the areas of math, science, and choir/band. If interested stop by their booth for more information and to sign up for the recruitment party (pizza included) on October 6 from 6-7 p.m. in Old Main Cafe Solarium. Inquiries can be emailed ahead to stevelingle@gmail.com or check out their website at http:///indianachristianacademy.org.

Southland Christian Camp: October 6 (8 AM)-8 (8 AM), Mike Herbster and Mike Graham are looking for camp staff for the 2015 summer camping season. They are desirous of young people who are surrendered to Christ and have servants’ hearts. They are hiring operational staff, as well as counseling staff. Inquiries may be emailed to mherbster@southlandcamp.org, or check out their website at http://www.southlandcamp.org.

Shalom Ministries Inc.: October 6 (9 p.m.)-8 (10 a.m.), Dr. Craig Hartman and Mike Snell recruit for the 2016 Summer Mission Team to New York and Israel. This trip begins in New York where students participate in approximately 20 hours of in-class instruction dealing with subjects such as “The Jewish Perspective of Biblical Interpretation,” “The Feasts of Israel in History and Prophecy,” and “Jewish Evangelism.” Students will assist several urban ministries with evangelistic outreach. In Israel, the team will participate with local churches in evangelistic outreach and serve in a variety of practical ways. The team will also visit important biblical sites and see the scriptures come alive before their eyes. The group will spend time getting to know believers and unbelievers throughout the land and worship in several different congregations during this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Inquiries may be emailed to info@shalomnyc.org, or check out their website at http://www.shalomnyc.org.

Camp Joy: October 7 (9 AM-8 PM), Todd and Kathleen Hatchett are looking for young men and women to serve on Camp Joy’s summer staff as counselors, photographers, videographers, supervisors, and operational staff roles. Please come by and visit with our friendly staff to see and hear of possibilities of how a summer camp ministry may equip you for your future service to Christ. Inquiries may be emailed to todd.hatchett@campjoy.org, or check out their website at Http://www.campjoy.org.

Open Door Baptist Missions: October 7 (9:00 AM-7:00 PM), Kim-Axel Kuhr is seeking His servants in the areas of church planters, career missionaries, mission internships, and short-term missions. Teaching opportunities are available in Haiti, Peru, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Uganda. Experienced missionaries have hosted interested, serious missions interns in Uganda, France, and Haiti. The purpose of this mission is to promote the work of Christ in regions that have been closed to the gospel or that presently have little or no gospel witness. They strive to accomplish this task while the Lord has set before them an open door, Revelation 3:8. Inquiries may be emailed to ckuhr@odbm.org, or check out their website at http://www.odbm.org.

Camp CoBeAc: October 8 (8 a.m.-7 p.m.), Aaron Wilson and Ben Scott are looking for men and women who want to give their summer to serve God at camp. Ministry opportunities include lifeguards, program staff, technology, photography, videography, junior and teen counselors, retail office, maintenance, kitchen, and nursing staff. Inquiries can be emailed to summerstaff@cobeac.org, or check out their website at http://www.cobeac.org.

Biblical Ministries Worldwide: October 9 (11:00 AM)-11 (5:00 PM), Steve and Marcia Rygh are recruiting 500 students for church planting, tentmaking, and teaching English in China! BMW emphasizes evangelism, discipleship, and leadership training. Inquiries may be emailed to srygh@biblicalministries.org, or check out their website at http://www.biblicalministries.org.

Forest Glen Bible Camp: October 13 (12:00 p.m.)-17 (8:00 a.m.), Dr. Jeff Reason and his wife Jayne are recruiting for this support ministry to local churches purposing to glorify God by using the unique aspects of Christian camping to communicate the gospel, strength families, and equip servant-leaders for Great Commission ministry. Then need volunteers who have a heart for God and a burden to reach people through Christian camping in Atlantic Canada. You will experience both local church and camp ministry in a mission field setting. They need male and female counselors; a secretary; audio and computer tech; maintenance and kitchen workers; and young preachers who are willing to counsel and preach on the weekends in churches where there is no pastor. Contact Dr. Jeff Reason at JReason@FGBC.ca, or visit http://fgbc.ca for more information.

Red Cliff Bible Camp: October 20 (7:30 AM)-21 (8:00 PM), Dean Loftus, John Grove, and Amber Burch recruit for this mission-based camping ministry located in Western Wyoming. In this beautiful setting, they seek to carry out their mission of lovingly confronting each of their campers regarding salvation, obedience, and service. They are looking for 5 male and 5 female counselors, 3 kitchen staff, 2 grounds staff, and 2 hospitality staff. This summer employment is from June 8-August 3, 2015. Inquiries may be emailed to director@redcliffcamp.org, or check out their website at http://redcliffcamp.org.

Wolf Mountain Camps: October 23 (8:00 a.m.)-25 (8:00 a.m.), Jon Bladine and Brad Jezowski recruit for young people who desire to see God work both in and through them to make a difference in the lives of juniors, teens, and families on the West Coast.  Work areas available include junior and teen camp counselors, kitchen, wranglers, program, media intern, grounds, and hospitality staff.  They have a resident staff team that is passionate about investing in the lives of the summer staff.  If you would be interested in the adventure of a summer ministry in Northern California, please stop by their table.  A recruitment party is planned for October 24 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in DC202 for those that sign up at their display table.  Inquiries can also be emailed to jonbladine@wolfmountain.org, or check out their website at http://wolfmountain.org.

Ironwood: October 27 (8:00 a.m.)-29 (3:00 p.m.), Craig and Emily Lawson recruit for this “Western Adventure in Christian Camping” located in the high desert of Southern California. Ironwood is a unique change of pace as you step into the Old West. Each member of their team is an essential part of accomplishing their mission or making Ironwood a place of decision. You will experience ministry and teamwork in a way that will change you forever. Stop by and visit when they are on campus to discuss the way a summer of camp ministry could be a big part in your preparation for a lifetime of ministry. There are three program teams specializing in juniors, teens, and junior highers. The positions available include program assistants (which include wranglers, a nurse, music ministry and more), counselors, cooks, hospitality team members and maintenance staff. Ask about internship options. Inquiries may be emailed to carolbond@ironwood.org, or check out their website at Http://ironwood.org.

Westwood Christian School: November 10 (7:00 AM)-11 (10:00 AM), Bill and Leslie Thomson recruit for this ministry of First Baptist Church located in Miami, Florida. They are looking for teachers in the areas of elementary, middle, and high school. Inquiries may be emailed to bthomson@westwoodchristian.org, or check out their website at http://www.westwoodchristian.org.

Baptist International Missions, Inc. — CAMP BIMI * SMART:  November 12 (noon)-14 (8 a.m.), Dr. Gerry Baughman will present their missionary boot camp institute and on-field reality missionary training ministry.  If you are interested in missions and seriously considering that, you will want to be sure you stop by his display table to talk with him.  Inquiries can be emailed to campbimi@comcast.net, or check out their website at http://www.bimi.org/campbimi.

Camp Eden: November 18 (9:00 a.m.)-19 (5:00 p.m.), Randy and Nikki Vawter recruit summer staff members to counsel, run program, and help with the day-to-day operations for a 6- or 10-week period. Inquiries can be emailed to randy@campeden.org, or check out their website at http://www.campeden.org.

Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International: March 3 (noon)-5 (2:00 PM), Chaplain Joe Willis will be on campus for the purpose of chaplain recruitment and visiting with those chaplain candidates already working with FBFI. Inquiries may be emailed to chapwillis@gmail.com, or check out their website at http://fbfi.org.

Recruiters who have visited Maranatha in 2014-2015

Baptist Mid-Missions: September 2 (8 AM)-4 (7 PM), Charles Ellis, Midwest director of enlistment, and Lomax Skinner, veteran missionary in Germany recruit for possible summer internships, as well as short-term/career missionary service. BMM began in 1920 as the first independent Baptist mission agency and has a wealth of experience moving forward in a modern world to reach the lost for Christ in areas where Satan has been dominant for centuries. They are looking for those called of God to punch holes in the darkness for His glory. Inquiries may be emailed to cellis@bmm.org, or check out their website at http://www.bmm.org.

FBFI Commission on Chaplains: September 11 (8 AM)-12 (2 PM), Dr. Bob and Sylvia Ellis will be recruiting young men to serve as chaplains in the U. S. Military.  Inquiries may be emailed, or check out their website.

The Wilds Christian Camp: September 15 (8 AM)-17 (3 PM), Matt Taylor recruits summer staff for 2015.  There are many needs to fill.  The Wilds hires 275 summer staff, which includes both counselors and operational staff.  Inquiries may be emailed, or check out their website.

Camp CoBeAc: September 17 (8 a.m.)-18 (5 p.m.), Aaron and Tina Wilson are looking for men and women who want to give their summer to serve God at camp. Ministry opportunities include lifeguards, program staff, technology, photography, videography, junior and teen counselors, retail office, maintenance, kitchen, and nursing staff. Inquiries can be emailed to summerstaff@cobeac.org, or check out their website at http://www.cobeac.org.

MTT Ministries, Inc.: September 17 (2 PM)-20 (9 AM), Rev. Bob and Joyce Landis recruit for their 2015 summer mission teams. The first summer team will begin by traveling to Singapore, where they will work in conjunction with a couple of their supporting churches to train an international team of American and Singaporean young people for an evangelistic trip to Malaysia, the Philippines, as well as a separate trip to China working with a veteran church planter. They will also have another team going to New Zealand for the latter part of the summer for five weeks. MTT is looking for serious-minded young people who have a heart for missions and want to have hands-on experience serving the Lord in a faraway land. Musical abilities would be a big plus. Preacher boys are definitely needed. Inquiries may be emailed to mttministries@aol.com, or check out their website at www.mttministireis.org or their Facebook site, which is MTT Ministries.

Army National Guard: September 23 (10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.), SSG Schroeder will have a display table in the Dining Complex hallway with information on the benefits of serving part-time in the National Guard and learn about how they can help pay for college tuition. Inquiries may be directed to Robert.d.schroeder.mil@mail.mil, or check out their website at http://www.nationalguard.com.

New York Summer Evangelism Team: September 24 (12:00 p.m.)-25 (2:00 p.m.), Evangelist Doug and Donna Lowery recruit for this six-week ministry to train future church planters for urban church planting. Evangelist Lowery leads the first three weeks, which entails face-to-face interviews and instruction from church planters throughout the five boroughs and Long Island and Skype interviews with church planters across America. He also gives practical instruction from his 23 years as a pastor and 12 years as an evangelist. The three weeks of mentoring are followed by three weeks of ministry, led by Daniel Klaus, taking the team to the youngest church plants in the City and assist these dedicated pastors in every way possible. If you have any leading and burden to be a church planter in the U.S. or a foreign field, NYSET will be an excellent preparation that you should prayerfully consider. Inquiries may be emailed to heartliftingministries@yahoo.com, or check out their website at http://heartlifting.org.

EUCON International School: September 29 (9:00 p.m.)-October 1, 2014 (11:11 a.m.), Edward Earwood recruits prospective teachers for the international schools in Saipan, Korea, and China, as well as prospective faculty for Eucon International College. These positions range from summer programs to fulltime teaching positions. Inquiries may be emailed to eearwood@christianeducation.org, or check out their website at http://www.eucon.edu.

Independent Baptist Mission Global: September 30-October 1, Steve and Etta Stadtmiller recruits those considering serving God in a cross-cultural setting while connecting with a mission agency that is both personal and professional. IBMGlobal facilitates indigenous church-planting movements around the globe. A recruitment fellowship is planned for September 30 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in Dining Complex 202 for those that sign up at their display table. Inquiries prior to their arrival may be emailed to steve.stadtmiller@ibmglobal.org, or check out their website at http://www.ibmglobal.org.