LifePoint Church is looking for a high capacity, catalytic leader of leaders who can lead by example, passion, and competency. While providing direct leadership to all groups at the Smyrna Campus, they will also have the opportunity to provide influential
leadership, vision and direction to Groups Ministry across all LifePoint campuses.
They will spend time building a small group ministry that primarily includes member assimilation and leadership development.The Groups Minister will speak to small and larger audiences in order to recruit, train, and vision cast. They will have fresh eyes
for “what could be” for the Groups ministry across all campuses of LifePoint and be a proven vision-caster who can bring innovation with purpose.
What We're Searching For:
Must have a level of education and experience commensurate with the position: Seminary degree preferred, and at least five years of related experience.
Experience & Skills
- At least 5 years of related experience
- The ability to influence Smal Groups across all LifePoint Campuses
- Ministry experience in a church of at least 750
- Led a Small Group ministry of at least 50 groups.
- Strong communicator and vision caster
- Able to recruit, train, nurture, and deploy leaders
- Ability to build and implement systems
- Always seeking to live in God's presence through a consistent prayer life and Bible study.
- Passion for the local church generally and small group ministry specifically.
- Ability to minister cross culturally and lead leaders from various backgrounds.
- Ability to communicate and vision cast in mid to large venues (1-2000) persons.
- Multi-tasking abilities, strong organizational skills, and ability to effectively communicate with individuals clearly and confidently, verbally and in writing.
- Ability to work collaboratively with others and in team environments.
- Theological acumen and doctrinally solid
- A leader of leaders and able to establish trust and credibility
- Developer of ministry bringing experience and ideas.
About the Location:
The original campus and the Stewarts Creek campus of LifePoint Church are both located in Smyrna. It is the 15th largest community in the State of Tennessee, and a medium-sized town located in the greater Murfreesboro-Nashville metro region. It is a town
with a blended workforce, consisting of both blue-collar and white-collar professionals. Of particular interest, is that Smyrna has more people who work in areas related to computers and math than 95% of the places in the US. Smyrna is an ethnically diverse
town, and the people who call Smyrna home describe themselves as belonging to various racial and ethnic groups.
Another of the LifePoint campuses is located in the Murfreesboro area. Its dedication to creating ‘a better quality of life’ landed the city on the Top 100 Places to Live in Money Magazine. A fast-growing major city in one of the fastest growing regions
in the nation, Murfreesboro is a vibrant place with an expanding job base and a low cost of living. Its public schools are consistently ranked among the best in the state, and the city is home to Middle Tennessee State University, the largest undergraduate
institution in Tennessee.
All three of these campuses are located a short 30-minute drive from Nashville, commonly referred to as ‘Music City’. With the proximity to Nashville, residents are close to the cultural, entertainment and educational opportunities offered in a large city,
including professional and big time collegiate sports. The middle Tennessee area is known for its parks, lakes, and rolling hills that satisfy the needs of any outdoor enthusiast and contribute to an environment in which it is fun and rewarding to live, work
Nashville is best known as the home of country music, but is also a city that inspires creativity and innovation in almost every aspect of its community. In addition to offering amenities of larger cities with great shopping, restaurants, and a world-class
airport, prominent places like the Grand Ole Opry, Music Row, The Bluebird Café and Opryland Hotel draw millions to the city on a regular basis. With a population of a little over 1.6 million people, the city is the capital of Tennessee and home to two great
educational institutions: Belmont University and Vanderbilt University.
The city is ranked one of the Top 3 Most Affordable Getaways for travel and leisure, and landed at #3 on Kiplinger’s Top 10 Best Value Cities list. It consistently ranks among the lowest for cost of living in comparable cities across the nation, ranking
more cost efficient than major nearby regions. What sets Nashville apart as a great place to live and raise a family, are its outstanding quality of life, solid education, famous southern hospitality, abundant leisure activities, temperate climate, and the