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6/18/2018 15:11:23Church Planter - University ChurchBrookings is a rapidly growing city and county in South Dakota. It is home to South Dakota State University (SDSU). The university is a vibrant place, with the opportunity to minister to students, faculty, international students, and the greater Brookings population. There is an existing core group of about 20 individuals/family members, many of whom are students, faculty, and alumni of SDSU, that are meeting regularly and are interested in helping with a new church plant.Steve Ford, Director - Siouxland Association605-670-92501102 E. Main St.VermillionSD57069
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7/15/2018 8:34:37Pinelake Church; College PastorPinelake is passionate about reaching college and university students throughout Mississippi for Christ, and we're looking for the next college pastors to lead the charge! As a church, our vision is to see Mississippi changed one life change story at a time! And, college students are a huge part of our heart! In fact, we've even planted three of our campuses in college towns!

At our core, we believe that this vision comes to reality as we engage young adults to learn from Christ, live in Christ, and as they lead others to know Christ.

If your greatest desire is to see college and university students experience the truth of Jesus and live passionately in authentic community, we need to talk soon!

We'll connect quickly if you are:
- Connected to university culture and have at least two years of experience leading in a thriving collegiate ministry with a reach over with over 100 students;
- Focused on college students and they're drawn to you;
- Raising up a movement of college students within the local church and unconnected students are on your mind when you wake up in the morning;
- Actively multiplying leadership by recruiting, developing and inspiring student and adult leaders;
- Great at communicating with others in large crowds and in small circles; and,
- Challenging students to "live sent" into their university context and the world!

You'll thrive with us if you:
- Have the drive to create and build, but thrive with visionary leadership and coaching;
- Love creating fun environments to connect young adults to Christ;
- Always go the extra mile; and,
- You know what we mean when we say "Hail State" or "Hotty Toddy."

Educational requirements:
Bachelor's degree minimum, higher education is even better.

We have two college pastor roles on our team in two unique locations:

STARKVILLE CAMPUS: The home of Mississippi State University and near to East Mississippi Community College & Mississippi University for Women, over 25,000 students call the Starkville area home! We launched our Starkville campus in 2011 and have seen incredible growth! Currently, we have over 360 students in our ministry and over 40 leaders! Even more, in addition to weekly service within our church, we send hundreds of students on local, national and global mission experiences each year! Our Starkville campus is looking for a dynamic leader to maximize and grow upon an incredible foundation of proven success and a fantastic ministry structure!

OXFORD CAMPUS: The home of Ole Miss and right next door to Northeast Mississippi Community College, over 25,000 student call the Oxford area home! We launched our Oxford campus in 2015 and God has added to our footprint every year! Currently, we have over 320 students in our ministry and almost 40 leaders! Our students are faithful in serving as part of the life-blood of our church in every area and are beginning to have a global impact throughout the world! Our Oxford campus is ready for our first full-time college pastor to lead the way toward a new season of impact and even more growth!

PINELAKE'S STORY:
The story of Pinelake Church began in February of 1971 in Brandon, Mississippi in a mobile chapel in a rural area near The Reservoir. By God's grace and power, our faith family has grown into a dynamic church spanning five cities throughout our state -- Clinton, Madison, Oxford, the Reservoir, and Starkville. Weekly, we serve over 10,000 people, but we celebrate stories of life change one person at a time.

APPLY NOW: If you're ready to take a step with Pinelake, complete our applciation now! http://bit.ly/pccollegepastor
John Kelly, Associate Director of Staff601.829.45406071 Highway 25BrandonMS 39047
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10/16/2018 10:10:05Childcare WorkerPurpose: The purpose of the paid childcare staff is to provide the best, interactive care possible for our nursery and preschool children in order to lay the spiritual foundation for them to grow in a relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ and to give their parents the opportunity to grow in their relationship with Christ through Bible studies, worship, serving, etc.

Supervisors: Children’s Director, Family Pastor, Church Administrator, Pastor

Hours: As needed within these time frames –

Sunday 8:15 am - approximately 12:00 pm
Monday 6:00 pm – approximately 8:30 pm
Wednesday 5:30 pm - approximately 8:30 pm
1st & 3rd Fridays 9:00 am– approximately 11:30 am
(during school year)

Ending times may vary and may extend to the half-hour after services/programming ends. Paid Childcare Staff is expected to remain on duty until all children are retrieved by their parents and until room is cleaned and sanitized.

Programming hours often change during the year. You will be notified of these changes as they develop. We occasionally have special events that require Paid Childcare Staff. You will be notified of special events at least two weeks in advance.

Responsibilities

· Provide focused, enthusiastic, positive care and interaction to children (primarily Nursery and Preschool children ages 0-4, but not limited to these ages). Cell phone usage, personal conversations, reading/studying and any other activity that would inhibit or restrict focused care are prohibited while on duty. TV/movie viewing is to be kept to a minimum; only authorized, age-appropriate videos are to be shown and only with the approval of your supervisor. Our intent is to provide active, hands-on fun and learning for our children. Full attention is to be given to the children and their parents at all times.
· Be here on time when scheduled. Punctuality and attendance are crucial to the safety of our children and to the execution of our ministries. Paid staff needs to be here when scheduled and not leave until all work has been accomplished unless otherwise instructed by your supervisor. If you are unable to work your shift, the Children’s Director should be notified one week in advance. (Barring special circumstances)
· Cheerfully greet parents and children as they enter classroom.
· Ensure that children have safely checked in, as appropriate, when they enter the classroom.
· Learn names of children in your care and the names of their parents.
· Observe all child safety, security, and emergency policies and procedures set forth by the church. Note: No adult (paid or volunteer) is ever to be alone with a child.
· Provide appropriate biblical/spiritual instruction as requested by supervisor.
· Ensure the Preschool Rooms are properly cleaned and sanitized after each use.
· Report any problems or concerns (safety, security, discipline, etc.) to your supervisor.
· Complete incident reports when needed and follow up with your supervisor.
· Follow discipline guidelines as set forth by the church.(Physical discipline is not to be used - - verbal warnings in a controlled voice, time out, and parent contact are acceptable methods of discipline.)
· Attend training when provided by the church.
· Other duties as assigned.
Kylie Walker, Children's Director706-323-4374500 River Knoll WayColumbusGA31904
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11/21/2018 7:17:29Music and Worship Ministry AssistantThis full-time position requires strong skills in computer technology, oral and written communication skills, efficient calendar management and event scheduling. Flexibility and the ability to multitask are essential. Dependability and reliability are a must.Rick McCollum, Minister of Music and Worship803-726-737191 polo roadcolumbiaSouth Carolina29223
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11/30/2018 9:43:04Associate Campus Missionary - Christian Challenge at UNCOChristian Challenge at the University of Northern Colorado is seeking an Associate Campus Missionary, reporting to the campus ministry director.
- Full-time or bivocational, with a minimum 20 hours per week doing ministry on average
- Prefer a term length of 2 years or more.
- Advancement: Opportunities exist and are being built whereby an associate could be trained under an existing ministry and then to be sent out to serve in a higher leadership role at another ministry in the state, or to start new campus work where Challenge isn't present.
- Funding: Self-support "Ministry Partner Development". Most any SBC seminary graduate can become a NAMB MSC missionary and thus have NAMB fundraising platform and fee coverage. We can help with this process. We would also gladly fund their attendance at a support-raising school, either through NAMB or Support Raising Solutions Bootcamp. If NAMB isn't an option for any reason, we can also process support funds through our ministry accounts.
- Preferable start date is by Aug 1st, could start earlier. Would need to begin support raising in early 2019 to be funded by August 1st.
We focus on three things: evangelism, discipleship, and missions mobilization. Any candidate must share these values and be competent in at least one of these areas, while being willing to grow in others. Essential duties for any candidate would include but not be limited to helping lead and facilitate weekly programs and special events, attendance at weekly staff meeting and monthly Core Team meetings, weekly one-on-one or small-group investment in leaders, regular helping with outreach and evangelism efforts on campus, and attending key annual events. Key annual events include Collegiate Week In August, the Core Team Retreat in August, The Fall Retreat In September, Life Impact Conference in January, Spring Break Mission Trip in March, and the state staff retreat in May. Ideal candidates would be a self-Starter, enjoy teamwork, and loves college students. They would need feel comfortable talking to strangers on a college campus, and okay "officing" out of their backpack. They would need to work hard but place priority on people, not tasks. It is vital that they are experienced in basic spiritual disciplines, evangelism, and one-on-one discipleship.

CHALLENGE:
We are a medium sized campus ministry, but the largest Challenge (SBC) ministry in the state. We were restarted about 15 years ago and have had great success. We currently average about 75-100 active students. At our peak, we've had as many as 150 active students. We have a relatively healthy source of program funds via our local association of churches and annual fundraising events. We have a strong history of leading students to Christ, discipling students, and sending them out on mission on short-term and lifelong missions, as well as raising up leaders for church planting efforts. Check out www.uncchallenge.com for more information.

FYI:
A female associate staff will have immediate investment in discipling students because of the sheer number of female students at UNC and within the Challenge ministry. She will have two bivocational female workers on the team as well as a female student intern with whom to share the ministry workload.
A male associate will need to be a self-starter. There are fewer men at UNC than most colleges our size, and the state of our men's ministry in Challenge is relatively week. A male staff member will be much more engaged in outreach, evangelism, and new student follow-up than a female staff member. He will have one on campus male staff and one bivocational male staff to help share the ministry work.

UNC:
We are a medium sized school of about 10,000 undergrads and 1,500 graduate students. We are a public university, and about 90% of our students come from Colorado. We are the primary teaching and nursing school for Colorado, and have a solid business school, an elite music and theater program, and the best jazz music program of any public university in the nation. We also have a nearby community college with another 6000 students, some of whom attend Challenge programs and events. We have no facilities, and instead rent space on campus and utilize area churches for events. check out www.unco.com for more details.

GREELEY:
It is a mid-size city of about 125,000 people. It is a very blue-collar city, serving as a manufacturing, agriculture, and distribution hub for all of Northern Colorado. The city is one of the fastest growing in the country, yet has the cheapest home prices of any of the major cities in the region. A typical 2-bedroom apartment will cost $850-$1200 a month. The median home price is about $285,000. We are located one hour from Denver, one hour from Denver International Airport, and one hour from Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. We are about 2 hours from the most popular ski areas.

CHURCH LIFE:
SBC life is pretty weak in Colorado relative to the Bible Belt, and this is especially true in Greeley. We have a strong local association but the SBC churches in our area are all struggling in various ways. We only have our english-speaking SBC churches in Greeley at this time, three of which have less than 40 people. However, within a 20 minute radius of Greeley there are four church plants that are starting very well.

OTHER:
We could use people who...
1) have worship ability (to lead with a simple acoustic setup and/or train student worship leaders), as we are losing our worship specialist.
2) love the outdoors (e.g. hiking, climbing, rafting, paddleboarding, disc golf, hammocking, camping).
3) Enjoy teaching, especially in small groups.
4) Desire to also work in church planting.
Colt Kreeger405-584-16811821 14th AveGreeleyCO80631
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2/23/2018Assistant Church Planter Collegiate Missionary, Baptist Campus Ministry at Syracuse UniversityPosition Objective: Serve on a ministry team to engage a secular, private university with
the Gospel. The staff person will extend evangelism and deepen discipleship. There will be
other duties as assigned but staff will spend the majority of their emotional, physical, and
spiritual energies on sharing the gospel with students and teaching others to do the same.
Job Responsibilities:
• Oversee Baptist Campus Church logistics
• Spend 30+ hours on campus weekly, meeting new people with Gospel-driven
purpose
• Give vision and direction to a ministry team of student leaders
• Disciple student leaders
• Lead and plan two or more service trips per year
Character Qualities & Expectations:
• Commits to continued learning (books, seminars, courses, etc.)
• Exercises humility in the workplace (Phil. 2:3)
• Pursues Christian leadership (1 Pet. 5:1-5)
• Ready to innovate and contribute quality work, seeing work to completion
• Utilizes SMART goals to evaluate effectiveness and generate solutions
• Able to work alongside leaders of other faiths and a diverse student population
• Rests regularly, re-filling to fuel a life of serving
Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in any field
• Experience sharing the Gospel and leading others spiritually
Salary:
• Complete support development training
• Determine appropriate salary for support-raising goal
• Raise personal salary and necessary ministry expenses
Devon Bartholomew, Campus Minister/Baptist Chaplaindbartho@syr.eduSyracuseNew York
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2/23/2018Campus Minister Collegiate Missionary, Baptist Campus Ministry at Syracuse UniversityMinistry Context: Baptist Campus Ministry is a Southern Baptist campus ministry on a
private university and operates within the multi-faith chapel. The ministry maintains two
essential components: Baptist Campus Church and Christian Outreach, a registered student
organization.
Position Objective: Serve on a ministry team to engage a secular, private university with
the Gospel. The staff person will extend evangelism and deepen discipleship. There will be
other duties as assigned but staff will spend the majority of their emotional, physical, and
spiritual energies on sharing the gospel with students and teaching others to do the same.
Job Responsibilities:
• Oversee Christian Outreach events
• Spend 30+ hours on campus weekly, meeting new people with Gospel-driven
purpose
• Give vision and direction to a ministry team of student leaders
• Disciple student leaders
• Lead and plan two or more service trips per year
Character Qualities & Expectations:
• Commits to continued learning (books, seminars, courses, etc.)
• Exercises humility in the workplace (Phil. 2:3)
• Pursues Christian leadership (1 Pet. 5:1-5)
• Ready to innovate and contribute quality work, seeing work to completion
• Utilizes SMART goals to evaluate effectiveness and generate solutions
• Able to work alongside leaders of other faiths and a diverse student population
• Rests regularly, re-filling to fuel a life of serving
Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in any field
• Experience sharing the Gospel and leading others spiritually
Salary:
• Complete support development training
• Determine appropriate salary for support-raising goal
• Raise personal salary and necessary ministry expenses
Devon Bartholomew, Campus Minister/Baptist Chaplaindbartho@syr.eduSyracuseNew York
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