Are you a developer? Do you have experience in Christian education? Do you have a passion to see well-equipped pastors serving with biblical understanding and culturally-appropriate sensitivity in the local church? You might need to pray about becoming an Entrust Christian Education Specialist.
Summary: Equips pastors and church leaders to multiply foundational, contextualized tools and training for evangelism, discipleship and leading healthy churches. Uses best practices to train national leaders in becoming effective evangelists, pastors and disciple-makers. Partners with local leaders and cross-cultural workers to discern, adapt and create training systems.
SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Diagnose local culture and church needs to determine how to overcome challenges to a biblical worldview.
- Use existing training materials developed by Entrust and/or available from other sources when possible.
- Refine existing materials and methods as cultural discoveries are made.
- In collaboration with local leaders, develop new materials and methods in keeping with local learning styles and local church/cultural needs.
- Bible or educational degree.
- Cross-cultural ministry experience.
- Successful completion of Entrust’s Facilitating Relational Learning course, prior to or within first year of ministry.
- Successful participation in Entrust’s Curriculum Design course prior to or within first year of ministry.
- Ability to coordinate projects consistently with Entrust curriculum project teams, utilizing best curriculum design practices.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Proven ability to work well on a team.
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite; interest and ability to learn other software as necessary.
Personal Qualities Desired
- Heart to develop successful, transformative church leaders cross-culturally.
- Flexible and adaptable to change.
Compensation: Raises support