Walk alongside students in their personal and spiritual growth at LCC International University in Lithuania
Serve with LCC International University (LCC), a Resonate partner in Klaipeda, Lithuania that welcomes students from more than 55 countries.
LCC was established in 1991 in the wake of the fall of the Soviet Union. While LCC is a Christian school, most students do not identify as Christian, or they only identify as Christian by name and have never experienced a personal relationship with Jesus. Serving with LCC, you’ll gain valuable experience sharing the gospel with a student population that represents diverse cultures and faith backgrounds.
You'll spend a year working in the Campus Ministries Department of the Student Life Division of LCC. You'll be placed into areas of service that you have experience in, have passion for, or want to grow in. Opportunities include discipleship programming, interfaith programming and dialogue, worship leadership, campus coffee shop ministry, mentoring, and supporting other local service partners.
As part of Cohort, you'll be encouraged to cultivate an intentional living space together—and there's also an opportunity to engage with the thriving and relational expat community at LCC. Cohort volunteers can expect regular invitations from various staff and faculty, as well as a planned weekly gathering for the cohort members.
Resonate missionary Joel Altena will walk alongside you through a year of growth and exploration. A graduate of Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary, Joel has served as LCC's Chaplain for four years. He serves alongside his wife, Hailey.
This placement is a part of the Cohort Europe program. As a participant in this program you'll have direct contact with other Resonate volunteers serving in Berlin, Germany and Budapest, Hungary. You'll begin your year together with a common orientation, and during the year you'll visit and host one another, being exposed to a variety of programs operating in different European contexts. With a shared curriculum and regular meeting times, you'll be able to grow in fellowship with your Cohort counterparts across the continent.
- People-oriented, creative, sincere, and depth of Christian faith commitment
- Agree with and support LCC's mission
- Interest in cross cultural ministry and ability to work in a diverse environment
- Experience serving in a ministry context such as a church, university, Christian non-profit, etc.
- Ability to encourage personal and spiritual growth in others and implement educational programming
- Respect and understanding of Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Orthodox Christian traditions
- Familiarity with current trends in spiritual formation and religious identities among university-age individuals
- Bachelor's degree
- Open to young adults
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