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Oak Hills Church
Oak Hills Church is looking to fill the position of Christian Education director. We are a small but growing church in what is now one of the fastest growing areas in Texas (Argyle and surrounding communities). We move into our new building (debt-free) this November,
complete with a children’s area that is prepared for the growth that is coming. We partner with The Nest, a Christian pre-school that meets in our facility, and they are experiencing rapid growth.
The start-up pay is $10,000. Most of the work takes place on Sunday mornings. There is a budget to hire workers for the nursery.
We are looking for a couple, preferably with kids, who love children and their parents. Christian education is helpful, but not mandatory.
Contact: Mark Piland
Contact Phone/Email: 817-228-3151; email@example.com
Church Website: oakhillsfreechurch.com
Crosspoint Community Church
Crosspoint Community Church is currently seeking a part-time youth pastor who can commit to 15-20 hrs a week. Crosspoint Community Church is a mid-sized church with 140-200 in weekly attendance. We have recently reformatted our children’s ministry and are looking to restructure our youth program. We currently have 15-18 youth. This is a great opportunity to come on board with a phenomenal teaching staff who is committed to the scriptures, serving its community and growing its next generation of believers.
The Youth Pastor is responsible for all aspects of ensuring the spiritual growth and development of middle and high school students (grades 6-12). This includes leadership of weekly programs and periodic special events (camps, conferences, trips, service projects, etc.)
Essential Job Functions
1. Lead a team of paid staff and volunteers in the creation and operation of a 6th-12th grade student ministry, including weekly services and routine special events.
2. Plan and execute Biblically accurate, culturally relevant, and high energy services for middle and high school students.
3. Create and manage a 6-12th student ministry calendar that will drive all the activities and teaching of the ministry.
4. Direct the recruitment, training, and development of volunteers as needed to staff weekly programs and special events.
5. Develop and disciple a group of student leaders.
6. Implement student registration, program management, and security policies/practices in support of weekly services and special events.
7. Cast vision for, teach, and program the church’s annual fall retreat for high school students including music selection, development of messages/teaching, and utilization of games and other artistic elements in the inspiration of middle and high school students in learning about God.
8. Design, plan, and conduct periodic parent meetings in order to meet the needs and expectations of families attending the church.
9. Lead the creative use and proactive upkeep of student ministry facilities and grounds.
10. Assist in the development of an annual budget for middle and high school student ministries and manage spending to budget.
11. Must be willing to participate and complete continuing education related to youth ministry (i.,e youth conferences, seminars, webinars, online training, etc.,)
12. Perform other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
This position requires a minimum of 3 to 5 years experience as a staff member in a student ministry leadership capacity. Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical studies or related field is required. (Extensive ministry experience, in some cases, can be substituted.) We prefer an average of 25-30 yrs of age. The successful individual will be a strong leader with proven leadership ability and solid work ethic, Possessing a passion for teaching students about God and the ability to administrate as a department head. A working knowledge of creative programming related to student programs and special events is a real plus.
Contact: Michael Brown
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace Community Bible Church
We are a church of about 325 people that is located about 28 miles southwest of Houston in one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. We currently have two Sunday morning services, but we are about to begin the construction of a new sanctuary, as our plan is to combine both services. We have nice facilities and no debt. We highly value biblical teaching, and our worship singing is predominantly contemporary. We have a good mix of older and younger families, a thriving AWANA program, and we are very missions-minded.
We are seeking an Associate Pastor who has a seminary degree. Though this job will require one to wear many hats, some of the more important responsibilities will be the following:
1) Teaching a weekly Sunday morning Bible class
2) Preaching several times throughout the year
3) Providing administrative help in various ministry areas as needed.
Pay for this position includes a salary with benefits. The total package to some extent will be based upon experience.
Contact: Andrea Sylve
Contact email: email@example.com Please send a resume before contacting.
Church website: https://www.insidegrace.org
Circle Community Church
Circle Community Church is prayerfully seeking their next senior pastor to join a dedicated body of believers. They desire a leader who loves scripture and is a prayerful, enthusiastic, authentic, discerning, gospel-centered, mature disciple of Christ, who is dedicated to shepherding the flock of God. The senior pastor must see himself as one who will model the life of Christ-likeness; who will lead, feed, and care for the flock.
Primary Role: Casting a vision based on Circle’s mission statement; leading well through teaching, mentoring, and developing disciples of Christ.
Desired Qualifications: Well-organized, self-controlled, good communication and administrative skills, discipleship-minded, bridge builder between people or processes.
Other Skills and Abilities: Creative, encouraging, relational, caring, hospitable, sensitivity to cultural diversity, balance between churched and un-churched.
Contact: John Welsh
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Church website: www.circlechurch.org
Associate Pastor of Discipleship and Adult Ministries
Open Door Bible Church
Port Washington, WI
Adult Discipleship (50%)
- Oversee and develop Adult Bible Fellowships (our core adult ministry)
- Discipleship – Help develop our strategy to disciple, involve in ministry and train leaders
- Adult Studies/Small group studies – Oversee existing and develop future studies
- Teaching ministry (weeknights etc.) – Provide periodic studies and training
- Men’s ministries – Oversee and develop
- Public Ministry – Occasional preaching/weddings/funerals/baptisms/Lord’s Supper etc.
Shepherding and Assimilation (35%)
- Support, disciple and counsel adults in coordination with other pastoral staff
- Make a priority to meet, make visits and assimilate new people
- Track assimilation of new people, oversee attendance records and church directory
- Oversee the greeters, Welcome Center personnel and ushers
Evangelism and community (15%)
- Pursue ways to train and encourage our people in evangelism
- Seek to connect Open Door to the community to reach and serve for the sake of the gospel
- A growing personal relationship with Christ
- Grace – Grace-oriented acceptance of others – patient, personable, comfortable socially
- Truth – A deep commitment to the authority and application of scripture
- Healthy family relationships
- Strong work ethic – taking initiative, dependable and timely
- A love for people and the church evidenced by past experiences and loyalty to fellow leaders
- A passion for evangelism and adult discipleship as evidenced by previous effectiveness
- Team oriented and a team builder – An appreciation for consensus, not power
- Able to plan, manage, train and delegate programs, projects and events
- Good communication skills – verbal and written
- Agreement with the doctrine and constitution of Open Door Bible Church and compatibility with the core values, positions, direction, philosophy and policies of ODBC
- Education of a bachelor’s degree and preferably more in ministry and/or biblical studies
- Experience working in church ministry leadership – preferably 10 years or more on staff
Contact: Sid Litke
Contact email: email@example.com
Contact phone: (262) 284-0711
Vice President of Mobilization, Full Time
East West Ministries
The VP of Mobilization is responsible for leading the mobilization strategy for East-West Ministries. This includes the oversight of mobilizing prayer partners, church partners, long term, mid-term missionaries and short term mission trips to meet the goals of East-West. The VP of Mobilization is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the recruiting and hiring for all operational and missionary positions for the organization. Additionally, the VP of Mobilization will oversee the onboarding of new missionaries including orientation and training of missionaries and new operational hires. The VP of Mobilization oversees completion of field ministry deployment requirements. The VP of Mobilization will provide oversight of all assessments (SOI, Myers Briggs, Strength Finders, DISC, misc.). The VP of Mobilization will oversee the communication of the Mobilization Department with all mobilized partners and resources to leverage opportunities for further engagement with East-West.
- BA degree or equivalent experience required, preferably within discipline
- 5-10 years minimum experience working in mobilization and/or missions role, required
- 5-10 years of ministry/nonprofit experience, required
- Experience with assessments (ex: Style of Influence, Myers Briggs, Strength Finders, Discovery Report, etc.)
- Management experience
- Uphold a close and growing relationship with Jesus Christ
- Demonstrates a healthy, growing spiritual life, including a servant attitude toward leadership responsibilities
- Ability to travel at least once a year on a short term mission trip
- Ability to provide clear direction during stressful situation
This is a fully support-raised position.
Contact: Chelsea Christopher
Contact email: Cchristopher@eastwest.org
Contact phone: (972) 941-4500