Erēmos Internship & Erēmos Cohort
the Greek word for "lonely place," "out-of-the-way place," "the wilderness," or "the desert"
an uninhabited, uncultivated, unpopulated place
in that place, God richly grants His presence and provision for those seeking Him;
the limitless Lord shows Himself strong in the limiting/difficult scenes of life
a solitary, lonely, desolate area
a barren, solitary place that also provides needed quiet and freedom from disturbance
Jesus often withdrew to lonely, out-of-the-way places to pray.
The Erēmos Internship & Cohort are nine-month programs focused on personal growth and leadership development for those seeking deeper understanding of God’s design for their lives.
a weekly intentional learning community for those desiring to be immersed in leadership development
a bi-monthly accessible learning community for those desiring leadership development while balancing family, ministry, and work responsibilities
Please contact Jennifer for more information or if you have further questions.
Informational Dessert Meeting
Enjoy some great desserts
Hear from past interns about their experiences
Learn valuable information about the programs
Receive answers to your questions
In-Person: Monday, April 12, 2021 at 6:30pm (Pacific Time)
Via Zoom: Monday, April 19, 2021 at 6:30pm (Pacific Time)
I have grown so much in my walk with God and others these past six months. I’ve become confident, because of what Christ has done for me, to speak into others’ lives. The internship has been so good and so hard and I would say yes to it again in a heartbeat!
Mandy Jorgens, 2020-21 Intern
I have long felt that the Lord is leading me to a ministry of sharing the Gospel with homosexual men primarily. Being a part of Erēmos this year is giving me confidence to carry on with that in the coming years.
Tim Jenks, 2018-19 Intern
The staff at Mid-Valley Fellowship have poured so much dedication and love into the interns. I’m constantly seeing God using the Erēmos experience to help me engage with very specific personal things in my life that need attention for me to grow.
Chris Goeke, 2016-17 Intern