Are you thinking of becoming part of our ministry? You must also be wondering how exactly does GoodSeed function as a organization. Here you will find information that gives you a brief background of the organization as well as ways to become part of us.
GoodSeed International is a fellowship of men and women, who recognize that the biblical account of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ holds immense implications for all people. With this in mind, these likeminded individuals work together to facilitate a clear explanation of these two significant events, using a "Creation to the Cross" overview of the Bible.
GoodSeed has members, associates, volunteers, interns, and affiliates, all working within its organizational umbrella. As a facilitator, GoodSeed provides an opportunity for missions and local churches to combine the abilities of their gifted members with the abilities of others, all for the purpose of accomplishing a task which would be difficult for on e mission or church assembly to perform. Many of these people are involved in other organizations and ministries, but all have common cause with GoodSeed, and wish to buttress, not duplicate its efforts.
In a sense, everyone under the umbrella of GoodSeed is a volunteer. GoodSeed offers no fixed salaries positions. No one benefits from sales of books or royalties. Instead, participants are supported by churches, friends and other ministries that share the goals of GoodSeed. Retirees are welcome!
Whether a member, associate, intern or a partner, everyone is loosely referred to as "GoodSeed staff" and are part of what we call "us" and "our."
If you are interested in finding out if you are a good fit for GoodSeed, or if you want to gain some practical ministry experience, you may want to consider joining us as an intern. The internship program provides opportunity for interns to learn practical skills, gain experience in ministry, as well as grow spiritually by learning to depend on God's provision in all things. Discipleship is also a central part of the program where the Intern will be challenged to be a student of the Bible and be able to communicate biblical truths (especially the Gospel) clearly and accurately.
We accept applications year-round. Currently there are two sites where the intern can join in the ministry — Idaho, U.S., and Alberta, Canada.
If you are interested in joining us full-time, please contact us directly. We currently have pressing needs in the following related areas, but if you think you can help out in other ways, please let us know as well: