18 April, 2021

Help Wanted

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INDIANA—The International Conference On Missions has an immediate opening for an administrative assistant. This role is a full-time, entry-level position in the ICOM office in Clayton, Indiana. It involves many aspects of ICOM’s daily operations and missions conference preparation. The position requires travel with the ICOM team once or twice a year. The ideal candidate would be a steadfast Christian, a quick and happy learner, friendly, enjoy working with people, be well organized, a self-starter, flexible, team player, and someone with advanced computer skills (Google Suite, Word, Excel, etc.) and social media experience. For more information, email David Empson ([email protected]) and include a resume and references.

MICHIGAN—The Charlotte (Mich.) Church of Christ is in search of a new full-time minister after the church’s minister of 20 years announced his retirement. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to the church, Attn: Dave Walton, 64 Vansickle Drive, Charlotte, MI 48813; or send that information to [email protected]. The church is a small congregation located in Charlotte, Mich., 15 miles southwest of Lansing. The church averaged about 120 pre-COVID-19 and about 70 afterward. The church is an older congregation that was established in 1956. The demographics are middle-aged to senior citizens with a few younger couples.


GEORGIA—Madison (Ga.) Christian Church is seeking a full-time youth & children’s minister. The fun-loving church is passionate about young people and seeing them grow closer to the Lord. This is a new position that will build on the effective work of an amazing intern who served part-time the past two years. The church is looking for an exceptionally relational leader who loves the Lord above all and has a heart for guiding children and youth to Christ. Responsibilities include evangelizing and discipling young people, recruiting and training volunteers, and leading regular programming and special events. The tourist-friendly town of Madison is located 60 minutes east of downtown Atlanta and 35 minutes south of Athens. (Learn more at www.visitmadisonga.com.) If interested, contact [email protected] for more information and a formal job description. This would be a great opportunity for a recent Bible college graduate. Pay will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

KENTUCKY—Peeled Oak Christian Church (a small rural congregation outside of Owingsville and Mt. Sterling, Ky.) is seeking a small baptistery for their congregation. If any congregation has one they would donate, contact Bill Teegarden at (606) 748-8456 or [email protected].


NEW HAMPSHIRE—Rockingham Christian Church, Salem, N.H., is seeking a full-time worship pastor. The worship pastor’s primary role is to invite RCC to journey towards Jesus, with others, for their inward spiritual formation. Click here for a complete job description.

MICHIGAN—Ferris Church of Christ in Vestaburg, Mich., is seeking a full-time minister to serve a congregation that averages 75. Candidate must possess a college degree from a church of Christ/Christian college. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: preaching, teaching, and equipping. Evangelistic and pastoral skills are required. Candidate must be willing to be involved in a rural community with a country church. Parsonage provided. Salary will be based on experience and skills. Interested candidates should email their resume to [email protected] or send to Ferris Church of Christ, 3443 N. Crystal Road, Vestaburg, MI 48891. For more information concerning the church, visit ferrischurchofchrist.org.


CALIFORNIA—First Christian Church of Carson (Calif.), a church of 100-150, is seeking a full-time pastor. People of many nationalities (Filipino, American, Mexican, Indian, and others) attend FCCC. The church resulted from a merger of Carson Christian Church and First Filipino American Christian Church; those bodies began worshipping together in 2007. The church conducts one Sunday morning worship service (in English), a Sunday school, and various smaller weekday gatherings. The New Testament church is seeking a loving, caring, mature individual who is a U.S. citizen or legal U.S. resident (preferably residing in Southern California) to serve as pastor. Applicants should possess strong moral character, relate well with people of diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds, and have a burning desire to teach God’s Word and win souls. The church seeks a person to work with the elders, deacons, staff, and various others in carrying out the purpose of the church; a good communicator who will proclaim the gospel and evangelize, and who will help oversee the shepherding and pastoral ministries. The baptized believer should have a strong background in the Restoration Movement of Christian churches and churches of Christ. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree (or higher) in divinity, ministry, or biblical studies from a recognized and accredited theological or Bible seminary school; at least four years of full-time pastoral experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds; computer knowledge that includes Office, Zoom, and church software; and project management skills. Salary and benefits will be discussed during the hiring process. Interested individuals should submit a resume, a brief statement of doctrinal beliefs, their philosophy of ministry as a pastor of a local church, a vision statement for FCCC, and their desired salary. Applicants also should provide a picture with their family, a link to their most recent sermon delivery, and three current letters of recommendation from previous employers related to the ministry. Send documents in pdf, link, or video of the sermon to First Christian Church of Carson, c/o Pulpit Committee. Send via email ([email protected]) or by using the WeTransfer website (https://wetransfer.com). When everything is received, the applicant will be contacted.


WEST VIRGINIA—Tomahawk Christian Church, Hedgesville, W.Va., which averages 70–100 for Sunday morning worship, is seeking a full-time minister who holds to the principles of the Restoration Movement.  The church is located in one of the 50 fastest-growing counties in the country. Compensation consists of salary, parsonage, vacation time, convention time, and continuing education expense assistance. (Salary and benefits are negotiable based on education, experience, and personal needs.) In addition to general ministerial duties (preaching, teaching, visitation, and church service camp participation), the person in this position should have a willingness and desire to work to reach young adults and young families, and to work to grow the youth age group (middle and high school). Interested individuals may submit a resume and a list of three professional/personal references to [email protected] or to Tomahawk Christian Church, Ministry Search Committee, 12896 Back Creek Valley Road, Hedgesville, WV 25427.


OKLAHOMA—Cookson Hills Christian Ministry is currently hiring for Christian houseparent couple and for maintenance tech positions. Learn more about these positions and the ministry by visiting www.cooksonhills.org/employment.

MICHIGAN—2|42 Community Church in Michigan, one of the fastest-growing megachurches in America, is conducting a search for a new senior pastor. The church celebrated its 15th anniversary in February, the same month it opened three new campuses to increase in size to seven campuses. The church averaged 7,222 in weekly worship attendance during 2019. Founding pastor David Dummitt left 2|42 earlier this year to become lead pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill (see our story from April). 2|42 opened up the application process for the senior pastor position during the first week of November. 2|42’s website provides details about the position and explains the process for applying.

TENNESSEE/HAITIHope for Haiti’s Children—which nurtures, educates, and trains more than 3,000 poverty-bound Haitian children to become Christian leaders in their homes, churches, and communities—is seeking a director of advancement. Based out of Nashville, Tenn., the director of advancement serves as the primary architect and leader of HFHC’s comprehensive, results-oriented development and marketing programs that advance the organization’s mission and goals. The candidate should have four-plus years of increasing responsibility in nonprofit development/marketing, with excellent managerial skills, including at least two years of previous experience successfully managing nonprofit development/marketing staff. The candidate must have a strong commitment to missions and share the beliefs expressed in HFHC’s Statement of Faith. HFHC has a 25-year record of success and has been recognized by Charity Navigator as a “Perfect 100” charity for its commitment to accountability and transparency. Apply online at www.HopeForHaitisChildren.org/jobs.

ILLINOISMinier (Ill.) Christian Church (MCC) is seeking a full-time associate minister or executive minister. This minister will serve MCC through leadership and discipleship. This person will complement the lead minister’s evangelistic focus and skillset by focusing on programmatic and organic spiritual formation for long-term and consistent church members and attendees. MCC is pretty effective at attracting newcomers but needs to improve at taking the congregation deeper into the intellectual and experiential aspects of our faith. Responsibilities and duties will include directly leading MCC’s staff (including ministry and support employees); facilitating communication amongst staff and between staff and elders; providing leadership and direction to Life Groups (adult small groups); organizing and facilitating volunteer ministry teams; preaching 6 to 10 times a year; and participating in other ministerial opportunities. Qualifications include a significant church and/or parachurch ministry experience; a bachelor’s degree (preferably in a ministry or Bible/theology subject area); and a personable, approachable personality. Contact Brady Cremeens at [email protected] for more information and to apply.


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