The Home Foundation, founded in 2005 by singer/songwriter Natalie Grant, is looking for summer interns to join in their efforts to stop human trafficking. They will select interns to serve in Mumbai, Moldova, and Nashville for two months. All expenses are paid. The application deadline is April 10.
Last year, Northwest University students Lindsey Bruner and Liliya Semenyuk, were the first two Home Foundation interns. They served for two months with Bombay Teen Challenge in Mumbai, India.
When asked about her experience, Liliya said India is a place that will challenge your walk with the Lord, as you live in close proximity with women who have been cheated out of precious years of life because of human trafficking. You will not necessarily get to know their past, but you can share life with them in the present. It will be a unique, unforgettable summer that will stay in your heart and mind forever.
If you have a heart for people and a desire to serve God in a new way, apply to be an intern with the Home Foundation. Applications and other information are available at www.thehomefoundation.net.
Posted on Friday, March 27, 2009