LifeAustin is a rapidly growing church in Austin, Texas. With a beautiful campus, incredible facilities, and a highly capable team, we are building a ministry that will both attract people, and help transform lives. LifeAustin is known as a place where the
Creative Arts are developed and utilized as the “tip of the spear” to reach our community. The Children’s Ministry of LifeAustin (LifeKids) has been developed to engage children at the level of their God-given creativity, and connect them to their Savior using
creative means to do so. Emphasis is placed upon ministry to families, as well as to children.
The Children’s Pastor is expected to perform a wide range of pastoral, creative, programming, and leadership activities to facilitate effective ministry at LifeAustin.
The successful candidate will not just come to maintain, but will creatively cast vision, develop strategies, inspire volunteers, and build a sustainable system to continue & grow LifeKids as an exciting and excellent ministry. The goal is that the Children’s
Ministry at LifeAustin would be so successful that kids will be dragging their parents back to church every week. To qualify, a candidate must be a balanced combination of self-starter and team player, entrepreneur and steady developer. In addition, he/she
must be creative, enthusiastic, and personable. The ideal candidate is a risk-taker, yet is teachable. They must also be biblically-grounded and passionate about God, children, and those who minister directly to children. A minimum of five years of Children’s
Ministry experience in a church of comparable size and style would be preferred.
Austin, Texas is one of the fastest-growing Cities in the United States. 2000+ people move into our area every month. We need to grow our team and get better to reach these people who are moving here faster than we can plant new churches.
- communication skills – public, written, and verbal
- developing, empowering, and releasing leaders
- ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines
- flexibility and adaptability