How to Turn Your Internship into a Job

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NOTE: This post originally appeared on The Next Great Generation (www.thenextgreatgeneration.com)

“What are you doing after you graduate?”

I can’t tell you how many times I heard that during my senior year at John Brown University. In the fall of my senior year, I was in an internship practicum in which each student told the class about the internships they had held during the summer. One of the questions asked by the professor was, “Is there an opportunity for employment at the company after graduation?”

This is an important question for each college student to consider during the course of his or her internship. If the company turns out to be a company that you would like to work for, how can the transition from intern to full-time employee be made? Here’s how:  Read more of this post

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Glory, Majesty, Dominion, and Authority Keep Us Safe For Everlasting Joy

This is the ninth and final post with my sermon notes from the Together for the Gospel Conference (T4G) that was held from April 10-12 in Louisville, KY. To see my other sermon notes from T4G, click here

Speaker: John Piper                                        Key text: Jude 1:24-25

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This passage in Jude is a doxology. Doxology means declaring the attributes of God which make God’s actions real. God keeps Christians from stumbling, presents them blameless, and gives them joy.

As a Christian, if my steadfastness in the faith depends on me, I wouldn’t be a Christian still. Jude is amazed at what it takes to keep Christians saved. God’s power and force can’t be quantified. God’s glory, majesty, dominion, and authority keep all things in being.  Read more of this post

The Fulfillment of the Gospel

This is the eighth post with my sermon notes from the Together for the Gospel Conference (T4G) that was held from April 10-12 in Louisville, KY. To see my other sermon notes from T4G, click here. More sermon notes to come.

Speaker: Matt Chandler                                          Key text: Revelation 21

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Hope is necessary for all Christians.

The First Fruits of Hope

The firstfruits of hope have already been sown. Jesus came, died in my place, and rose from the dead to show that my bill is paid. God doesn’t have to invade and own Christians, but he does. There is hope in that. As Graeme Goldsworthy put it, “Hope without a time of fulfillment is delusional.” The gospel will reek of death to some if Christians proclaim truth to its fullness. The Spirit doesn’t lead where the Spirit won’t empower. Sound doctrine without a love for Jesus ceases to be sound doctrine.   Read more of this post

The Underestimated God: God’s Ruthless, Compassionate Grace in the Pursuit of His Own Glory and His Ministers’ Joy

This is the seventh post with my sermon notes from the Together for the Gospel Conference (T4G) that was held from April 10-12 in Louisville, KY. To see my other sermon notes from T4G, click here. More sermon notes to come.

Speaker: Ligon Duncan                                            Key text: 1 Kings 19

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As Christians, there are things we can learn from our disappointment. If we study our disappointments, we’ll find out what we really love, believe, and treasure. When Christians are discouraged, we’re tempted to forget that God is God and God is good.  Read more of this post

Divine Sovereignty: The Fuel of Death-Defying Missions

This is the sixth post with my sermon notes from the Together for the Gospel Conference (T4G) that was held from April 10-12 in Louisville, KY. To see my other sermon notes from T4G, click here. More sermon notes to come.

Speaker: David Platt                                           Key text: Revelation 5:1-14

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A high view of God’s sovereignty fuels death-defying devotion to global missions. Local ministry and missions are totally necessary, but global missions are tragically neglected. Confidence in God’s sovereignty makes missions a privilege and responsibility for believers.      Read more of this post

Spirit-Powered, Gospel-Driven, Faith-Fueled Effort

This is the fifth post with my sermon notes from the Together for the Gospel Conference (T4G) that was held from April 10-12 in Louisville, KY. To see my other sermon notes from T4G, click here. More sermon notes to come.

Speaker: Kevin DeYoung                                           Key text: 1 Corinthians 15:10

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Christians are constantly striving for personal holiness. As Christians celebrate all that Christ has saved them from, they should also celebrate all that Christ has saved them to. Those most passionate about the gospel should also be the most passionate about personal holiness. Work is not only a response to the work of God, but a result of it.   Read more of this post

Will Your Gospel Transform a Terrorist?

This is the fourth post with my sermon notes from the Together for the Gospel Conference (T4G) that was held from April 10-12 in Louisville, KY. To see my other sermon notes from T4G, click here. More sermon notes to come.

Speaker: Thabiti Anyabwile                                             Key text: 1 Timothy 1:12-17 

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Does your life show evidence of confidence in the gospel? The greatest hindrance to the gospel is Christians’ lack of confidence in the power of the gospel. Christians need to cultivate confidence in the gospel.

Great Change in One Terrorist’s Life                               Read more of this post

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