A Sincere Thank You

It was a great blessing to work with Bill Gepford this summer at Resurrection Online (www.rezonline.org). Today he is headed back to seminary at Perkins School of Theology.

This summer, Bill pioneered online marketing, built community online each week, equipped simulcast worship locations and launched additional worship times throughout the week.

Most of all, I appreciated the spirit with which he engaged in the task and his sincerity in following Christ.

I pray the best for him in the days ahead. You will want to follow him as I believe God has great things ahead in his life.

Blog Recommendation: Bill Gepford

Bill Gepford is serving as the summer intern with Resurrection Online. It has been great working with him over the past few weeks and I look forward to the rest of the time that we are able to work together. Bill finished his first year at Perkins School of Theology and will be returning there in the fall. I invite you to:

@rezonline’s 2010 Summer Intern – @billgepford

I am excited to work with Bill Gepford. He started on Monday as part of the Resurrection Online team as a summer intern. He is a graduate of Kansas State University and finished his first year as a student at Perkins this spring. He will provide significant assistance moving forward the strategies and tactics of Resurrection Online for 2010. It is going to be a great summer!

2010 Summer Internship with Resurrection Online

I invite you or someone that you know to apply for a summer internship at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection. I am looking for a 20 hour / week intern to work with Resurrection Online. Interested in this or the other 10 summer interships at Resurrection this summer? Find out more at http://www.cor.org/about-resurrection/employment/internships/. Here is a general overview:

As a Summer intern at Church of the Resurrection, you will…

  • Serve in a ministry department (as listed) and be given specific job responsibilities and ministry goals.
  • Have weekly meetings with your supervisor regarding the effectiveness of your work and to make sure the ministry is meeting your expectations.
  • Attend a group orientation session at the beginning of your internship.
  • Build community with fellow interns by participating in group learning opportunities 6-8 times over the summer with topics such as;
    • Leadership development
    • Spiritual growth
    • Church structure and governance
    • Worship planning
    • Finance and Accounting
    • Strategic planning.
  • Receive exposure to the church staff as a whole thru our weekly staff chapel gathering.  Interns with pastoral interest will be encouraged to help with the planning and leadership of “Chapel” as part of a cross-departmental team responsible for developing content.
  • Provide a short reflection paper at the conclusion of the summer that summarizes your experiences and articulates the status of your ministry call.