The student ministry director is a visible and vital part of the church family, leading in the evangelism and discipleship of middle and high school students, and in the fostering of relationships with the parents and guardians of these students as a part of the congregation’s commitment to discipleship. Therefore, it is essential that the student ministry director be welcoming, knowledgeable, organized, and industrious. The student ministry director will need to develop and implement a ministry plan focused on outreach to the students in the community while also providing ministry opportunities to the students of member families. The student ministry director will be responsible for leading a Bible study every Wednesday night and assisting with the students Sunday School class as needed. Consequently, the student ministry director must not only hold to the full inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture but must teach in a way that consistently accords with sound doctrine and clearly asserts the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Additionally, the student ministry director must develop and maintain a group of adult volunteers who will provide support during weekly Bible studies and chaperone youth activities. The student ministry director will receive an annual evaluation centered on five competencies: character, communication, congregational support, cooperation, and confidentiality. The student ministry director is under the supervision of the pastor in conjunction with the personnel committee.
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