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For over twenty years, I supervised a ministry internship program at Oral Roberts University School of Theology and Missions. I have mentored thousands of students as they began their ministerial careers.

My desire now is to mentor those who are just beginning in ministry, but who have not had the opportunity of a formal theological education. Pastors and lay people are also welcome to participate in this internship. I must point out, though, that this is a totally voluntary program. There is no tuition nor fees, but to participate, you must be accepted as an intern. A link to the Ministry Internship Application is provided here.

Once you have printed and completed the application mail it to:
James Tollett Ministries
P.O. Box 6593
Tulsa, OK 74156




This ministry internship program is designed to give you a "hands-on" overview of the tasks necessary to set up and coordinate an evangelistic event in your local area. The internship lasts for approximately six - eight weeks, and will require a voluntary time commitment of 4-5 hours per week.

During this time, you will learn how to make vital contacts to help insure that the evangelistic event will be a success. You will be given specific directions and tasks for each phase of this educational experience. Upon completion of the program, you will be given a certificate of completion. In order to insure a quality experience for all participants, only three internship slots will be available for each event venue. Internship Qualifications, Sample Internship Activities, and Internship Benefits are listed below:


To qualify for this internship you must:

• Be 18 years of age or older
• Have a heart to serve the Lord and others
• Be a member in good standing with your local church

• Have a desire and willingness to learn
• Have a phone, dependable transportation, and camera
• Have basic computer skills and a connection to the internet


• Contact local pastors
• Identify & work with local media sources: radio, t.v. , etc.
• Actively participate during the event (in various roles)

• Locate possible venues for the event
• Contact Christian business leaders
• Arrange for the printing & distribution of publication items


• You will be recognized as a intern during all public meetings, and also be introduced as an intern via our ministry website.
• The experience gained from the internship will allow you the skills to duplicate this event and others in your own ministry.