July 23, 2014

High School Pastor, Bowling Green, KY

Living Hope Baptist Church
1805 Westen Ave.
Bowling Green, KY 42104

Job TitleHigh School Pastor

Job DescriptionThe Pastor shall earnestly seek to lead people and create processes that enable students in this age group to get to God, grow in Christ and give to others and develop into Christian leaders.

Information about the Church:Living Hope Baptist Church averages around 2000 a weekend.

At Living Hope, we are in the relentless pursuit of creating a multi-cultural, multi-generational, counter-cultural community of faith that is connecting with God and caring for people. We are disciples making disciples.

Our hope is that every person who comes into contact with the family of Living Hope will have an unforgettable encounter of encouragement, as the power and grace of God is reflected through the prayers and the praise of the people and the preaching of God’s Word.

Application/Contact Information: Please contact Dan Edmonson at DEdmonson@lhbg.org

Church Website: http://www.get2god.com/

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Pastor of Student Ministries, Hampton Falls, NH

Hampton Falls First Baptist Church
3 Lincoln Avenue
Hampton Falls, NH 03844

Job TitlePastor of Student Ministries

Job DescriptionThe First Baptist Church of Hampton Falls is seeking to fill the full time position of Pastor of Student Ministries. The responsibilities cover ministry from birth through High School tassel. The ideal candidate will have an M.Div. Degree with experience and training in curriculum, lesson planning and instructional strategy. We are looking for someone who has, as their primary spiritual gifts: teaching, administration, and shepherding. While this is not a Youth Pastor position, a love of youth is important.

Area of Responsibility and Specific Tasks

The Pastor of Student Ministries will have the following oversight responsibilities for people from birth through high school:
  1. The establishment of objectives and strategies
  2. The evaluation of objectives and strategies
  3. The securing and developing of staffing
  4. The pastoring of those people in the area of responsibility
The Pastor of Student Ministries will have oversight responsibilities in the following areas:

  1. Sunday Youth Education
    • Nursery through High School
  2. Mid Week Youth Groups
    • Young Bereans (1-3rd Grade)
    • Tweens (4-5th Grade)
    • Junior High
    • Senior High
  3. Vacation Bible School
  4. Scouts
The Pastor of Student Ministries will share oversight responsibilities with other pastoral leadership in the following areas:
  1. Teaching
  2. Small Group
  3. Young Adult Ministry
  4. Visitation
  5. Crisis Calling
  6. Counseling
  7. Weddings
  8. Funerals (Primarily Lead Pastor)
  9. Marriage and Family
  10. Administration and Scheduling of Events
  11. Library (Primarily Pastor of Adult Ministries)
  12. Outreach
  13. Infant Dedications/New Parents
  14. Leadership Development
Information about the Church: The First Baptist Church was established in 1816 when six families met in a home next to “the falls” to hear the preaching of a Baptist minister. It is said that this was the first time a Baptist had ever “delivered a discourse in Hampton Falls!” Since then, the church has continued to proclaim the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The church has grown from its roots as a small town community church. Presently, our church community draws regular attenders from over 30 towns, as many as 30 miles away. The church remains committed to intentionally proclaim the truths revealed to us in the Bible in order that Jesus Christ may be glorified in everything!

We believe that the purpose of the church is as stated in Ephesians 4: “to prepare God’s people for works of service, so that that the body of Christ may be built up, until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God, and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ.”

To that end, our ministry is organized around four areas: Worship, Instruction, Fellowship, and Evangelism.

We welcome you to come and worship with us as we continue to proclaim Christ to the seacoast of New Hampshire.

Application/Contact Information: If interested, please email your resume, personal testimony and philosophy of ministry to Lead Pastor Kenneth Lawrence at klawrence@hffbc.org

Church Website: http://www.hffbc.org/

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July 17, 2014

Senior Pastor, Janesville, WI

River Hills Community Church
2843 W Court St.
Janesville, WI 53548

Job TitleSenior Pastor

Job Description:  We are looking for a Senior Pastor who has demonstrated abilities in teaching/preaching, leadership and discipleship/training, and a heart for shepherding. Personal qualifications should include a personal passion to know Christ and imitate Him, strong interpersonal skills, and a passionate learner with a teachable spirit. We are looking for a team player who can also be a visionary leader, providing direction to pastoral staff and lay leaders, and equipping members through teaching Scripture and counseling. For a more detailed job description, please go HERE.
Benefit package to include
  • Monthly salary based on qualifications & experience
  • Health insurance and long term disability
  • Paid vacation
  • Professional expenses
  • Retirement program and workman’s comp
Information about the Church: River Hills is an elder-led, intentionally inter-generational, EFCA-affiliated fellowship with a reformed baptistic perspective. OurSunday service attendance is about 230, which includes many children. The atmosphere is casual and relational. Our worship is Christ-centered, with hymns and contemporary songs, the public reading of Scripture, and expository preaching from a biblical theological hermeneutic.

Application/Contact Information: 
How to Apply:
  • Requirements:
    • A minimum of a Master’s of Divinity from an accredited seminary or divinity school.
    • Agreement with our Elder Confession, the EFCA statement of faith and the Biblical Counseling model of Christian Counseling & Education Foundation (CCEF)
To express your interest, please go to http://riverhillsonline.org/index.php?page=94 and follow the instructions therein.

Church Website: http://riverhillsonline.org/index.php?page=2
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July 14, 2014

Associate Pastor of Worship & Adult Ministries, Wausau, WI

Wausau Alliance Church
2125 Franklin St.
Wausau, WI 54403

Job Title: Associate Pastor of Worship & Adult Ministries

Job Description


Have a growing walk with Jesus Christ that is characterized by repentance, transformation, love for the Lord, and reliance on the Lord.- Commitment to Christ’s call for all believers to be making disciples
- Commitment to and complete reliance on the Word of God
- Agree and support the vision and ministry philosophy of Wausau Alliance Church

General Pastoral Responsibilities:
Serve as one of the pastoral shepherds of the people of Wausau Alliance Church
- Conduct funerals and weddings as assigned
- Hospital visitation as assigned
- Participate in crisis situations as assigned
- Additional ministry responsibilities at the discretion of the senior pastor and Governing Board

Work with the Senior Pastor to shape Sunday morning worship gatherings
- Oversee the musical worship ministry of Wausau Alliance Church
- Coordinate the scheduling of the worship team
- Recruit and train new worship team members
- Oversee the audio/visual equipment used on Sunday mornings including the required volunteers.
- Coordinate special services including Christmas and Easter.
- Create, coordinate, and lead the media ministry.

Adult Ministries
Teaching and Preaching
- Teach adult Sunday school on a rotating basis
- Preach on a rotation with other Wausau Alliance Pastors

Adult Sunday School
- Coordinate the adult Sunday School ministry schedule and content 
- Oversee the strategic placement of families within mini churches
- Identify and train potential mini-church leaders and monitor their effectiveness and health of their mini church
- Train, equip, and encourage mini church leaders

- Oversee Assimilation team (connecting visitors and those disconnected and marginalized within the church)
- Train, encourage, and keep Assimilation team members accountable

Application/Contact Information
Greg Schmidt, Senior Pastor

(715) 574-4809


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Intern (Female), Tonasket, WA

The Father's Ranch Ministries
1621A State Route 20
Tonasket, WA 98855

Job Title: Intern (Female)

Job Description


Interns are women who help to provide care and guidance to troubled young adults and teens (called students) in The Father’s Ranch Ministries’ residential community setting. Interns often receive practical and academic training while ministering to the hurting. They serve, not by their own strength or character, but by the power of Jesus Christ working through them. Role modeling and sharing God's love and power through the work of the Holy Spirit are vital aspects in the healing process of the students at The Father’s Ranch.

Interns live in community with their students, building relationships while participating in daily activities such as class, worship, work and recreation. Internship is a 24-hour, residential position that allows for minimal time off (one evening per week and every other weekend.) Interns make a voluntary commitment to serve for 3, 6, or 12 month periods. It is a time of testing and purifying, a time where God's faithfulness and comfort are experienced in a real and life-changing way. It is a time of growth and maturing. It is a time when God shows His overwhelming strength in weakness.


1. Role Modeling
"We loved you so much that we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of God but our lives as well..." 1 Thessalonians 2:8.

Role modeling is a primary facet of the Intern's ministry. Students learn how to appropriate God's word into their lives through the living demonstration of the Interns. Students need to see the Intern not only in a spiritual setting, but also in the workplace, at play, and interacting with people in various situations.

Being an Intern does not mean being a Christian who never has problems. It means having struggles but desiring to grow and conform to the image of Christ. Through their commitment to the students, Interns can demonstrate that leading also involves serving.

2. Accountability
"And we urge you, brethren, admonish the unruly, encourage the fainthearted, help the weak, be patient with all men." 1 Thessalonians 5:14

The Father’s Ranch is a highly structured program which demands a disciplined lifestyle from its students. Because Interns serve the students in a shepherding role, they must keep their flock accountable.

However, Internship is more than supervising the students and enforcing the rules; it is admonishing, reproving and training students in righteousness. To some extent, Interns do play the role of disciplinarian, but discipline should be viewed as a positive attempt to correct and teach rather than punish. Biblical instruction accompanies the discipline to help develop Christ-like character.

3. Discipling (optional)
While all Interns play a role in the discipleship of the students, some Interns are needed to disciple individual students with the purpose of helping them work through the issues (such as substance abuse, depression or eating disorders) that brought them to The Father’s Ranch for help.

Discipling Interns are responsible for meeting with students individually on a regular basis to help resolve problems through the practical application of Biblical principles. Students are often immature emotionally and behaviorally, as well as spiritually; another purpose for discipling is to stimulate growth and affect change in these areas as well.

Discipling Interns do not "do it alone." They have the daily support and guidance of a Full Time Staff member who advises Interns and helps them implement a plan to better help their students achieve growth and victory over struggles. The Father's Ranch Full Time Staff intervene in critical situations.


"Not that we are competent in ourselves to claim anything for ourselves, but our competence comes from God." "I can do everything through him who gives me strength." (2 Cor. 3:5; Phil. 4:13)

Interns are not necessarily dynamic and gregarious individuals, and they are not necessarily Bible scholars or trained counselors. Interns do receive some intensive training at the start of their service commitment, and they continue to receive in-service training. However, the following characteristics are required in order to serve in an Intern capacity:

• A strong commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ as demonstrated through a victorious Christian walk.
• A solid foundation in Biblical truth and personal application of God's Word in your daily life.
• Regular attendance and fellowship in a New Testament church. 
• A burden for ministering to troubled young adults and a willingness to serve them and the Lord in a self-less, full-time capacity.
• The ability to initiate and build relationships, and the ability to confront, encourage and admonish students in Christ-like love.

Interns live with our women and teenage girls in our residential counseling program, so we are only seeking female candidates.

Information About the Organization:
The Father’s Ranch Ministries is a non-denominational, Christ-centered counseling ministry. Incorporated in 1999, we provide a 6 to 18-month residential counseling program for women and teenage girls, with a transitional, open-ended “Next Steps” program following. We serve women and girls from all over the United States who are struggling with destructive, life-controlling issues such as drug-addictions, alcoholism, sexual/pornography addictions, depression, fear/anxiety, abuse issues, suicidal ideations, rebellion, and eating disorders. We have seen these women and girls regain physical, emotional, and spiritual health over what was once a seemingly hopeless situation, and retain that health in their personal lives. 

More information about The Father's Ranch and our programs is available at http://www.thefathersranch.com/

Application/Contact Information

How to apply:
Please submit a detailed letter of interest along with a current resume to the following address: 
The Father's Ranch Ministries
Intern Search
P.O. Box 1352
Tonasket, WA 98855
(509) 486-8888

Applications will be sent out to qualified applicants. Inquiries and applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Thank you for your interest!

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July 11, 2014

Children's Ministry Director, Sandy Springs, GA

Mount Vernon Baptist Church
850 Mount Vernon Highway NW
Sandy Springs, GA

Job TitleChildren's Ministry Director

Purpose: The Children’s Ministry Director will work under the guidance of the elders will direct a healthy, gospel-centered ministry to Nursery, Preschool, and Elementary aged children that will nurture their spiritual growth and equip them to be life-long followers of Jesus Christ.

The Children’s Ministry Director will partner with parents to encourage and equip them in their primary role of discipling their children. Because the Bible is our foundation and sufficient for all of ministry to children, so that “from infancy they will have known the holy Scriptures, which are able to make them wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus (2 Timothy 3:15), the Children’s Ministry Director will help build a Word-centered ministry.

Personal Qualifications:
The Children’s Ministry Director will be a professing, growing, joyful, and committed Christian. While this position is not a pastoral position, many of the qualifications found in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:1-8 should be true of the candidate. The Children’s Ministry Director must be able to teach and possess a strong knowledge and understanding of scripture. The Children’s Ministry Director will lead the ministry from a thriving, dependent, and abiding relationship with Christ. The Children’s Ministry Director will sense a calling to Children’s Ministry and have a passion to see families become rooted in Christ, grow in community, and plant the gospel in the world. The Children’s Ministry Director will be able to enthusiastically endorse the theological and biblical framework of MVBC along with the church covenant. The Children’s Ministry Director is expected to keep family in the right position of priorities. Christ is and will always remain first, and his or her family is a priority over the work of the church. The Children’s Ministry Director is to be supportive of established authority and to exhibit an attitude of flexibility and teamwork.

Professional Qualifications:

  • A undergraduate degree from a four year accredited university.
  • 1-3 years experience on a church staff or equivalent (preferably in Children’s Ministry).
  • Strong interpersonal skills to work charitably with staff and church members.
  • Self-starting and skilled at self-managing.
  • Strong administrative and communication skills.
  • Able to pass Georgia criminal background check and maintain First Aid/CPR certification.
  • Work with the Senior Pastor to ensure there is proper, biblical teaching at the church on the topic of parenting.
  • Develop goals and objectives in line with the mission and vision of the church.
  • Partner with and equip parents to be the primary disciplers of their children. He or she will walk alongside parents and will work to address concerns. The Children’s Ministry Director will provide resources as well as plan opportunities for growth, fellowship, and encouragement.
  • Develop, plan, and implement an annual calendar of activities and programs to promote relationship development and discipleship at levels appropriate to every age group.
  • Build a thriving team of staff and key lay leaders within the Children’s Ministry who, by God’s grace, will lead a sustained and fruitful season of ministry.
  • Regularly meet with the Preschool and Elementary teams to cast vision, determine needs in each ministry area, encourage workers, pray, and resolve problems.
  • Plan, secure, and implement curriculum and resources in all Children’s Ministry specific areas.
  • Develop and give oversight to the Children’s Ministry safety policies and procedures. He or she will provide comprehensive training for staff and volunteers and will ensure the enforcement of these policies.
  • Investigate any complaints regarding Children’s Ministry workers, discuss the specific complaints with the volunteer when appropriate, document serious allegations, and report them to the Elders and proper authorities if necessary.
  • Oversee, plan, and participate in volunteer recruitment, training, and development.
  • Oversee ministry teams and staff in planning and implementing all special events pertaining to Children’s Ministry.
  • Partner with all of the ministries of MVBC to strengthen families in building Christ-centered, Gospel-saturated homes.
  • Seek to know the children and their families, their needs, and their level of spiritual sensitivity and growth.
  • Participate in the life of MVBC, including worship, special events, and other church activities.
  • Plan and manage the budget for the Children’s Ministry.
  • Supervise the part-time Children’s Ministry Assistant and part-time Scheduling Coordinator.
  • Serve as an integral part of the church staff, which includes, but is not limited to, attending staff meetings and periodic meetings with the Pastor.

Information about the Organization: Mount Vernon Baptist Church is a community of faith united in, by, and for the Lord, Jesus Christ. We exist for the worship and glory of God by knowing, equipping and sending one another. That is our purpose as a local church centered in the Sandy Springs community just north of downtown Atlanta. We seek, by God's grace, to live every day with a confidence that God's glory is more important than our comfort, His Word is more important than our will, and Christ's cross is the center of our lives.

Application/Contact Information: 
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send a resume, cover letter, and recent photo to resumes@mvbchurch.org with "Children's Ministry Director" in the subject line.

Program Director, Minnetonka, MN

Redemption House
16637  Devon Dr.
Minnetonka, MN 55345

Job TitleProgram Director

Job DescriptionRedemption House is seeking a Program Director with a background in biblical counseling and a heart for leading men who struggle with the idolatry of alcohol and drug dependency. Using existing materials that are rooted in the gospel, the Program Director will oversee the development and implementation of a heart-focused and Christ-centered discipleship curriculum. Along with a handpicked network of volunteers, he will teach residents how to reorient their identity and affections toward Christ. 

The ideal candidate will embrace a reformed Christian worldview and will have a passion for the teaching of CCEF, Ed Welch (on our advisory board), David Powlison, John Piper, Tim Keller etc. He will have an infectious love for Christ and His family and will be able to demonstrate the transformative power of the gospel in his own life. He will have the ability to be vulnerable with others and to assert himself with love. He will develop rapport and nurture relationships with family members and ministry partners. As we grow, he will consult, train and manage people in our replication efforts. He will think critically and strategically. He will embrace technology and have the skillset to handle the following duties.

Location – Twin Cities of Minneapolis & St Paul, MN

Information about the Organization: 

Mission - To liberate people from the enslavement and idolatry of addiction by radical transformation of the heart through a redemptive fellowship with Christ for the glory of God.

Redemption House is a non-profit organization that adheres to a reformed world view. We are developing a continuum of services beginning with a 90-day program for alcohol and drug dependent men. We are a private pay model serving men ages 18 and up from the middle income demographic. We approach addiction as a worship disorder. We will teach people how to worship their way out of addiction by reorienting their identity and affections toward Christ and his family and applying the gospel to the details of daily life.

Application/Contact Information: 
John Lenard
Founder & CEO

Senior Pastor, Big Sky, MT

Big Sky Christian Fellowship
PO Box 160092
Big Sky, MT 59716

Job Title: Senior Pastor

Job Description:  The overall responsibility of the Senior Pastor is to provide leadership, teaching and direction to the BSCF congregation. This responsibility includes ensuring that the vision, mission, values and goals of BSCF are achieved through the active involvement of the congregation in the ministries of the church. “Shepherd the flock of God among you, exercising oversight not under compulsion, but voluntarily, according to the will of God; and not for sordid gain, but with eagerness; nor yet as lording it over those allotted to your charge, but proving to be examples to the flock. And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the unfading crown of glory.” I Peter 5:2-4

Information about the Church: Big Sky Christian Fellowship (BSCF) is a family of followers of Jesus Christ that began in 1972 with a few families from Big Sky and the Gallatin Canyon. We are a nondenominational and evangelical church. We come from many different backgrounds, and we embrace a common vision, mission, and values. Our pastor recently completed 13 years of ministry to our church; he and his wife have relocated to be closer to their adult children and grandchild. This is our reason for pursuing the person that God has called to be our next Pastor/elder.

Application/Contact Information: Complete information and an application form are available at our web site: http://www.bigskychristianfellowship.com

Contact us at: info@bigskychristianfellowship.com

June 23, 2014

Music Teacher, Eden Prairie, MN

Agape Christi Academy
9557 Valley View Road
Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Job TitleMusic Teacher

Job Description: A part-time music teacher is needed for grades K-5 for 2014-2015. Ideal teaching candidates would have experience or familiarity with the Kodaly method. At Agape Christi Academy, music is not an elective. The Lord commands that His people worship through song out of love for Himself (Psalm 66:1-2, Psalm 68:4) and love for others (Colossians 3:16, Ephesians 5:19). It is therefore imperative for Christian students to learn to sing, particularly the Psalms. The Bible tells of several men and women who were not musicians by profession and yet composed music unto the Lord. It is our goal then for all students to learn how to sing and compose with joy and skill for the glory of God and cultural transformation.

Lower school students learn how to read music through solmization, rhythm-duration syllables, and Curwen hand signs. In future years, upper school students will focus on musical analysis, composition, and performance. Students in all grades are introduced to the great composers of music and follow the course of music throughout history.

Information about the Organization: Agape Christi Academy exists as an extension of Christian families in the biblical command to raise children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. The love of Christ compels us to teach God’s truth with intentionality, bridling the power of knowledge with humility and discipline in light of Christ’s total authority. To that end, our school provides a distinctively Christian education, employing challenging classical methodology and content. We work in concert with parents and the church to cultivate joyful young people whose lives reflect the truth in love. Our aim is that students live faithful Christian lives, equipped to lead and transform culture through the gospel to the glory of God.

Application/Contact Information: To apply for a position, please submit your resume and a cover letter, as well as an essay critiquing Dorothy Sayers' "The Lost Tools of Learning" by mail to the school office at 9957 Valley View Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344 or by email to info@agapechristi.com.

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Classical Christian School Teacher, Eden Prairie, MN

Agape Christi Academy
9557 Valley View Road
Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Job TitleClassical Christian School Teacher

Job Description: Agape Christi Academy seeks a part-time grammar school teacher for a 2nd/3rd grade combined class for 2014-2015. The teacher should have a thorough knowledge of and interest in the subjects they teach, employing classical methodology. All subjects should be taught from a biblical worldview with reference to interrelationships between subjects. Curriculum used includes: Spalding's The Writing Road to Reading, Right Start Mathematics, Veritas History and Bible, and Apologia Science. The teacher is expected to also be a student, prepared to work hard and in camaraderie with fellow staff members. If you love the Lord and can subscribe wholeheartedly to our entire statement of faith; have a passion for classical, Christian education; and desire to equip students to love the Lord with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength, we invite you to apply.

Information about the Organization: Agape Christi Academy exists as an extension of Christian families in the biblical command to raise children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. The love of Christ compels us to teach God’s truth with intentionality, bridling the power of knowledge with humility and discipline in light of Christ’s total authority. To that end, our school provides a distinctively Christian education, employing challenging classical methodology and content. We work in concert with parents and the church to cultivate joyful young people whose lives reflect the truth in love. Our aim is that students live faithful Christian lives, equipped to lead and transform culture through the gospel to the glory of God.

Application/Contact Information: To apply for a position, please submit your resume and a cover letter, as well as an essay critiquing Dorothy Sayers' "The Lost Tools of Learning" by mail to the school office at 9957 Valley View Road, Eden Prairie, MN 55344 or by email to info@agapechristi.com.

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June 18, 2014

Teaching Pastor, Shawnee, KS

Mill Creek Community Church
8151 McCoy Street
Shawnee, KS 66227

Job TitleTeaching Pastor

Mill Creek Community Church is seeking to fill the position of Teaching Pastor, which has qualifications established in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1, while focusing on biblical exposition and exegesis. This position is the senior teacher charged with equipping disciples for the work of ministry. This requires gifted communication to lead and cast a compelling vision of Christ’s commission, while being committed to active prayer for the spiritual growth of the church and its members.


Church Vision and Mission

Mill Creek Community Church is a non-denominational church with a vision to see every member on mission for Christ where they work, live, and play. We encourage members to show and share Christ’s love in relational ways and through incarnational living.
Our mission is to equip disciples to love God, one another, and the world. In this context, our ministry initiatives and efforts are focused on equipping and growing the body in these areas.

The Teaching Pastor serves as the primary Biblical teacher, chief communicator, and visionary leader for Mill Creek Community Church. As part of the pastoral team, this pastor serves to shepherd and care for the body, model the vision, and lead in development and execution of the mission.

Qualifications and Desired Characteristics
The Teaching Pastor should adhere to the pastoral principles established in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1, while focusing on biblical exposition and exegesis. This position is the senior teacher charged with equipping disciples for the work of ministry. This requires gifted communication to lead and cast a compelling vision of Christ’s commission. He should be committed to active prayer for the spiritual growth of the church and its members. As part of the elders, he shares the responsibility to lead, feed, care, and protect the flock and is expected to model this conduct. This includes alignment with Mill Creek’s statement of faith.

The Teaching Pastor must have a bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university with a master’s degree preferred. The Teaching Pastor must possess experience in pastoral work, including teaching, biblical languages, discipleship, evangelism, and equipping believers.

Specific Responsibilities

  1. Biblical teaching for equipping
    • Lead in determination of teaching schedule—sermons and other events—to achieve spiritual growth and multiplication.
    • Prepare and deliver sermons for the majority of worship services, primarily at the Gleason campus.
    • Develop and participate in special events and programs as needed for teaching and equipping.
    • Work with communication team to prepare visual outlines and notes for the congregation and small groups in conjunction with sermons (integrated teaching).
  2. Protect the flock
    • Ensure—in conjunction with elders, staff elders, and ministry staff—that teaching, programming, and philosophy of ministry aligns with biblical principles.
    • Instruct the body on spiritual matters through various media.
  3. Spiritual leadership
    • Model biblical leadership through service, sacrifice, and selflessness
    • Set the spiritual direction in service with the elders and in accordance with biblical standards.
    • Develop a strategic plan—in collaboration with elders, staff elders, and ministry staff—to achieve our biblical vision and mission.
    • Communicate a clear and consistent vision and mission for Mill Creek.
    • Participate in the execution of initiatives and tasks to achieve the vision and mission of the church.
  4. Pastoral care and shepherding
    • Participate with other staff elders to provide care to the body through discipleship, counseling, hospital/home visits, and funeral and wedding events.
    • Model one-on-one, personal discipleship.
    • Engage in biblical correction and—when necessary—church discipline in collaboration with the elders
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  1. Spiritual Qualifications
    • Clear Testimony and Profession of Faith in Jesus Christ
    • Biblical Student and Communicator
    • Consistent Record of Ministry and Service
    • Actively Pursuing Spiritual Growth and Discipleship
    • Demonstrates Discernment and Godly Wisdom
  2. Ministry Experience and Qualifications
    • Leading as part of an eldership team under a biblical plurality model
    • Experience in vision development and implementation
    • Track record of building and organizing ministry in the church context
    • Extensive teaching, preaching, and training experience
  3. Personal Qualifications
    • A passion for ministry of the Gospel
    • Vision for equipping the Church to be true disciples of Christ
    • Spiritual gifts of a pastor and teacher
    • Desire, aptitude, and giftedness for regular pulpit ministry
    • Verbal and written communication skills to help facilitate and promote ministry
    • Maintenance of healthy biblical relationship with family
    • Model Christ-like living and conduct that is above reproach
Work Environment
This person will work in an office environment using standard office equipment such as computers, copiers, etc. Position requires ability to multi-task and will often have frequent interruptions. This position requires attention to detail and demands cooperation as a team player. This individual will also meet personally with others; use phone, email, and social media extensively in communication with other staff, ministry leaders, visitors, and members/regular attendees. The Teaching Pastor reports to the Executive Pastor for daily job performance.

Compensation and Housing
Compensation for the Teaching Pastor includes salary, housing allowance, medical insurance, and other benefits to be determined.

We are looking for an experienced and proven pastoral leader and expositor. Candidates will be considered who have at least five years senior level pastoral experience, and since we value commitment, long term experience as a senior level pastor at one ministry is of importance to us.

Information about the Church: Mill Creek Community Church is a non-denominational independent church. We were planted by the Olathe Bible Church in 1995. We are committed to a vision of every follower of Jesus to be on mission for Christ where they live, work, and play. We do this by equipping disciples to love God, love one another, and love the world as God loves the world.

We are affiliated with The Gospel Coalition. We appreciate the conservative theology of Reformed Theology, but as an independent non-denominational church allow for variance on the degree of commitment to Calvinism. (i.e. our elders, pastors and staff may not all be card-carrying five point Calvinists, but all are conservative in theology, committed to humbly studying the word, practice normal, historical, grammatical interpretation of scripture, and respect the theology of the Reformation).

Application/Contact Information: Please send a resume, cover letter, and links to sermon recordings via email to: search@mymillcreek.com

Candidates are invited to find our more about our church atwww.mymillcreek.com where our ministry, staff, and teaching ministry are available for evaluation and review.

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Senior Pastor, Broken Bow, NE

Broken Bow Evangelical Free Church
Box 544
2079 West Memorial Drive
Broken Bow, NE 68822

Job TitleSenior Pastor

Job Description: Seeking Senior Pastor Evangelical Free Church in Central Nebraska. Church has average attendance of 175. We currently have an Associate Pastor on staff who is serving as Pastor of Youth and Family ministry. We are seeking a man who loves God and His Word and desires to share that love with the church in an expository way that applies God's Word to daily living. Other qualities would include Leadership, a love for the Body, and Pastoral gifts that would help us to become the church God would have us to be. Age is not an issue, but our 2nd staff member is in his mid-40's so that may or may not be a consideration.

Information about the Church: We are located in central Nebraska in a town of 3,500 and the church would be considered small town/rural as a ministry area.Information about the church is available on our website at bowefc.org as well as the church facebook page. Information about our community is available at cityofbrokenbow.org or sandhillsexpress.com

Application/Contact Information: Applications may be sent to either the church at search@bowefc.org or to the search committee chairman, Dan Anderson at bigdog_anderson@hotmail.com

Church Website: http://bowefc.org/

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June 16, 2014

Minister to Families, Lebanon, TN

First Baptist Church Lebanon
227 E. Main Street
Lebanon, TN 37087

Job TitleMinister to Families

The Minister to Families will engage directly with individual children, youth, and parents; invest in church family life; and build and lead ministry teams with the primary purpose of making and growing disciples. The Minister to Families will possess a passionate Christian faith, a love for young people, and proven leadership skills.

  • Engages with the Gospel
    • Interacts and shares where families live, learn, work, and play
    • Oversees outreach programs and events
    • Provides training aimed at developing mature disciples of Jesus Christ
    • Welcomes and follows up with visiting families
    • Assists children and youth in their first steps of faith
  • Invests through “life on life” ministry
    • Seeks personal acquaintance with every child and parent in the Church
    • Builds community through personal interaction and connection events
    • Shepherds children, youth, and families by providing counseling and care
  • Equips parents to fulfill their calling as the primary disciple-makers of children
    • Personally disciples parents and teaches them to do the same
    • Encourages family based discipleship by providing resources and support
    • Plans and oversees regular equipping opportunities
    • Identifies disciple-makers for children/youth who do not have an engaged Christian parent
    • Intentionally creates an intergenerational ministry culture
  • Oversees all related programs and ministries
    • Builds and leads effective teams, empowering them through equipping and encouraging
    • Oversees the Bible-teaching ministries for children and youth
    • Enlists volunteers and leaders for all related programs, ministries, and events
    • Presents quarterly ministry updates to the deacon body and the Church
    • Manages related budget lines as assigned.
  • BS/BA minimum; prior experience working with children and youth
  • Excellent communicator; proficient in all forms of digital communication
  • Motivates by generating energy and excitement while fostering a strong volunteer culture
  • Actively builds and maintains new relationships
  • Values teamwork as evidenced by experience
  • Demonstrates planning and organization skills
  • Assumes personal responsibility; works with integrity; desires to grow
  • Maintains a personal walk with God and a reputation that is ‘above reproach’

Information about the Church: First Baptist Church of Lebanon, TN recognizes God’s Biblical calling and commission. As Followers of Jesus, we Make Disciples by declaring our faith, loving one another, leading others to know Christ, baptizing believers, and obeying God.

We are in partnership with the Southern Baptist Convention, Tennessee Baptist Convention and the Wilson County Baptist Association. The Baptist Faith and Message 2000 is our statement of faith.

The congregation represents all age groups with approximately 250 in attendance, including an average of 60 children and 20 youth.

Application/Contact Information: To apply, send cover letter, resume, and statement of faith (testimony) to mgawlawskip@gmail.com

Church Website: http://www.fbclebanon.org/

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June 11, 2014

Senior Pastor, Chetek, WI

Faith Baptist Church
1475 Railroad Ave
PO Box 174
Chetek, WI 54728

Job TitleSenior Pastor

Job DescriptionFaith Baptist Church is seeking a Senior Pastor who will function as shepherd of the flock and servant-leader, providing Christ-centered biblical teaching and spiritual guidance. His life needs to be aligned with the qualifications as outlined in scripture. His primary responsibilities will be to preach and teach the Word of God, help shepherd the flock, and lead the church in reaching the lost both locally and abroad. He will also work in harmony with church leadership to carry out the mission/vision and ministries of the church and intentionally train other believers to become leaders.

Information about the Church: Faith Baptist Church is a congregation of 160+ people located in Chetek, Wisconsin, a city of approximately 2200 people. The church organizational structure is currently comprised of a Senior Pastor, Associate Pastor, Youth Director (lay person), as well as a Church Secretary.

Application/Contact Information: Please submit resumes inPDF format to office@faithbaptistchetek.org or mail to the main address, attention: Pastoral Search Committee.

Church Website: http://www.faithbaptistchetek.org/

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Senior Pastor / Elder, Pulaski, NY

Calvary Baptist Church
5353 US Route 11
Pulaski, NY 13142

Job TitleSenior Pastor / Elder

Job DescriptionLead Pastor/Elder position in an active church of approximately 200 people. We have an active congregation looking to grow to the next level so we can better impact our community and the world at large for Christ, building on the growth and work of our recently retired lead. Primarily a teaching, preaching and counseling position.

Information about the Church: Educationally we are looking for an individual with a Masters or Doctorate degree. We would also consider someone without that requirement based on years of experience in a comparable ministry. This is a growing, changing ministry that desires someone to work with our existing leaders to guide and train our congregation to grow biblically and evangelize those around us. We would be looking for someone to work with a good group of leaders to work together for the sake of the Gospel. This position would be a teaching and building ministry as we see the need to strengthen ourselves biblically in the work here. Our desire is to have men enabling our congregation to do the work of spreading the Gospel to those we encounter.

More information can be provided about the area and the church to interested candidates.

Application/Contact Information: Please send a resume and any other pertinent information you feel would be beneficial in knowing you. This can be sent to Richard Steele, search committee Secretary by email (rajasteele@gmail.com), or by regular mail to Calvary Baptist Church 5353 US Route 11 Pulaski NY 13142. Also feel free to contact Richard at (315) 706-6657 if you have questions.

Church Website: http://www.cbcpulaski.org/

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Music Minister, Newton, MA

Christ Community Church
218 Walnut Street
Newton, MA 02460

Job Title: Music Minister

Job DescriptionWe are seeking a man to serve as a part-time music minister. We are a small gospel-centered church plant in a highly unchurched part of the Greater Boston Metro Area. Our music minister would have opportunity to help grow a music ministry in a new church while working bi-vocationally and sharing the gospel with the lost.

Music is an important part of the gathered church’s worship: preparing for, expressing the truths of, and accompanying the preaching of the Word of God. Currently, the music ministry consists of one untrained guitar player. The music minister at Christ Community Church will have the important role in leading the congregation in worship through music and developing the music ministry of the church.

The music minister will work with the elders to lead music for weekly Sunday services; coordinating with and complementing, as best as possible, the sermon, Scripture readings, and other elements in the service. The music minister will work to develop and lead a music ministry that enhances the gathered worship of the congregation. Whether traditional or modern, we seek to sing songs that are rooted in and measured by the beautiful truth of God’s Word. We aim to grow in our cultural and generational diversity, which ought to be reflected in the music of the church.

  • Mature faith in Christ bearing the fruit of holiness
  • Skill in musical leadership
  • Pastoral qualities, with humility and teachability
  • Commitment to the local church and a passion for church planting
  • Agreement with the Christ Community Church Affirmation of Faith
  • Commitment to the mission and vision of Christ Community Church
  • Ability to work bi-vocationally and minister in a gospel-adverse context

  • Lead the music ministry under the guidance of the elders
  • Seek to develop the music ministry, involving others as the church grows
  • Manage the music budget
  • Personally engage in ministry with church members and unbelievers

Christ Community Church will provide a monthly stipend for the music minister. He will be responsible for obtaining other support and/or employment that will provide health insurance and sufficient means for his family to live in one of the most expensive locales in the United States.

Information about the Church: Christ Community Church started as a church plant in October 2012, with the aim of launching public services in September 2014. In February 2014 our services moved out of a home and relocated into a church building. Church membership and the practice of the ordinances will be instituted in the months leading up to the public launch. All three pastors are bi-vocational. The church is reformed theologically and holds to a baptistic ecclesiology. Christ Community Church exists to magnify the glory of God's grace in Jesus Christ by proclaiming Him to all peoples for their everlasting joy in God. More information on the church is available at www.christcommunityma.org

Application/Contact Information: If interested, please email a resume, cover letter, and a brief philosophy of church worship and music ministry to info@christcommunityma.org

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June 3, 2014

Children's Ministry Director, Tomball, TX

Redeemer Church (Acts 29)
14210 Hirschfield Road
Tomball, TX 77377

Job Title: Children's Ministry Director

Job Description
  • Developing Christ-Centered Teachers, Leaders, & Servants.
  • Equipping and serving parents in their roles as the primary shepherds of their children.
  • Choosing and Incorporating Gospel-Centered Children’s Curriculum.
  • Being a part of, and sharing in life and mission with, the Redeemer family.
If you know of someone who might be interested, please direct them to the following link: www.makingmuchofjesus.org/jobs

Information about the Church: We are looking to hire a full time Children’s Ministry Director at Redeemer Church in Tomball, TX. We are church of about 300 people with a lot of young families and children.