Green Bay, Wisconsin
The Associate Pastor of Student Ministries at Faith Chapel shall oversee the evangelization process of the unsaved youth and the discipling process of the saved youth by teaching them to obey everything Christ has commanded. The youth ministry will function within a Christ-centered, Great Commission fulfillment framework for the glory of God.
1. Maintain and cultivate a personal pattern of spiritual health, including but not limited to regular Bible reading, prayer, fellowship, and corporate worship.
2. Oversee junior high and high school age youth ministry including youth group and Sunday School.
3. Recruit and develop lay leadership for the youth ministry.
4. Meet weekly with the Senior Pastor for prayer, planning, instruction, and direction.
5. Provide gospel-centered, Biblically-grounded teaching within the youth ministry.
6. Develop short-term, mid-range, and long-range plans for the youth ministry (~6 months, 1-2 years, 3-5 years). Work to realize these plans, updating them as appropriate, and report on your progress along the way.
7. Some suggested ministry and training options include: organize retreats, field trips, seminars, missions projects, worship service participation, etc. for the Youth Group.
8. Demonstrate the Biblical priority of evangelism and missions in personal life and ministry.
9. Build relationships with the youth as part of a discipleship-oriented youth ministry.
10. Contribute as needed to other areas of ministry which may include such things as occasional preaching, adult small groups, teaching Sunday School, assisting with Discovery Land children’s ministry, etc.
11. Complete all ordination requirements with diligence and in a timely manner.
12. At the discretion of the Senior Pastor, attend Board of Elder meetings, Board of Administration meetings, and congregational meetings.
13. Perform other duties as directed by the Pastor.
He shall be under the direct supervision of the Pastor and accountable to the Board of Elders. He shall report on a regular basis to the Board of Elders and submit a written annual report to the membership at the Annual Meeting.
He is to be a loving example to all believers, especially our youth, by exhibiting the qualifications of an elder as set forth in Titus 1 and I Timothy 3. He shall be in agreement with the doctrines and policies of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. He shall either be ordained by, licensed by, or licensable by the Christian and Missionary Alliance. If he is not already ordained, he must be willing to commit to the ordination process.
Faith Chapel has been around since 1934 and is part of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA). Our vision is: Glorifying Christ, knowing Him, and making Him known. The C&MA is an evangelical denomination with strong commitments on core Christian Biblical and theological tenets but with room for variety within our denominational family. Faith Chapel, culturally and in leadership, leans toward the reformed end of the evangelical theological spectrum.
Cover letters welcome but not required. Résumés should be sent to [email protected]