A Student’s Calling to Ministry
Grace had always been passionate about spreading the word of God and sharing the Gospel with others. She knew that she wanted to pursue a career in ministry, but wasn’t sure where to start.
That’s when a pastor friend told her about Pioneer Church and its pastor, Trell Ross.
With the encouragement of her friend, Grace applied for and was accepted as an intern at Pioneer Church for the summer. During her time there, Grace learned and grew in her faith and ministry skills, impressing the church leadership with her dedication and hard work.
After her internship ended, Grace returned home and continued to seek out opportunities to serve in ministry. She was thrilled when she heard from a member of her home church that the congregation was considering funding a part-time administrative assistant position for her.
Thanks to her training and experience through Palmetto Collective of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, Grace was well-prepared for this new opportunity. She felt confident in her abilities and ready to take on whatever challenges lay ahead. With faith in God and a heart full of passion for spreading His word, Grace stepped into her new role with enthusiasm and dedication.
Palmetto Collective equips college juniors and seniors from campuses across South Carolina to be missional leaders of the Gospel and for a lifetime of fruitful mission and ministry in any realm of society.