The primary purpose of the associate pastor is to introduce young people to Christ; to disciple them in spiritual growth; to train them in serving Christ with their life. Of equal importance is to assist parents or guardians in raising their teenagers to
a wholesome maturity. Finally, to oversee and support the activity entrusted to senior leadership of each Christian Education/Youth program. This is a part time position, but we are looking to pay for Seminary through Antioch school of church planting to the
Report to: Senior pastor
Report to Deacon/overseer board.
- Must be a born again believer with a maturing relationship with Christ.
- He must meet and continue to strive to meet the qualifications in I Timothy 3.
- He must see his position as having a strong desire to serve God in the position.
- Must be a graduate or fourth year student of a Bible college or Christian liberal arts college with a degree in Pastoral studies, theology, Christian Education, or Youth Ministry. A thorough knowledge of Bible is essential.
- Must demonstrate a genuine love for and maintain a good rapport with young people.
- Must be sensitive to needs and pressures of teens and children with a knowledge of possible solutions.
- Must be able to teach, train, and disciple youth workers.
- Must subscribe to the Constitution and doctrinal statement of the church. He must become a member of the church as soon as possible.
- Must be able to exercise initiative and judgment as an independent worker.
- Must possess organizational and administration abilities.
- Must be able to respond to changing needs throughout the daily and weekly schedule.
- Gross salary package of $15,000 for 49 work weeks per year at 15-20 hours a week.
Full tuition for seminary through Antioch School of church plan