New Wine trains up leaders in its vision through its internship program at Multnomah Biblical Seminary.  Interns meet bimonthly, take biannual retreats, and share meals together frequently. Interns have the opportunity to plan “plunge” events in the community, like Friday Franks, and on-campus engagement activities, such as film screenings and multicultural meals. While the specific endeavors of the program fluctuate based on the interests of current interns, they all flow out of teaching and community-building around New Wine’s theology of cultural engagement.

New Wine’s vision is fleshed out in curriculum at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, including Intercultural Studies 701 – Christian Theology & World Religions, Intercultural Studies 642 – Theology of Cultural Engagement, Theology 650 – Incarnational Apologetics, and Theology 732 – Biblical Theology of Evangelism.