Do you love environments where men sharpen one another spiritually? Do you long to see men equipped and growing in biblical understanding and practical ministry skills, whether they’re laymen, parachurch workers, church leaders or even pastors? Is God calling you to serve the men in the body of Christ in new, challenging and dynamic ways? You’d get to be involved in, among other things, developing and implementing ministry training curriculum.
Look into the Men’s Ministry Director opportunity at Entrust. You could be the man of God’s choosing, assisting in answering the cry of men both across the U.S and around the world, for church-based, non-formal ministry training. We can’t keep up. We need you!
SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Assist in developing new courses for men.
- Disciple, mentor, coach and teach men; prepare them for possible further ministry with Entrust.
- Assist in developing viable recruitment strategies for potential men’s ministry trainers.
- Research and identify strategic additions to Entrust training and equipping programs for men, working closely with Entrust’s international leaders and curriculum department.
- Assist with training/facilitating, coordination and any other needs of the Entrust hubs in the U.S. and overseas.
- Promote and lead Entrust ministry and curriculum in home church.
- Go on international trips – up to two per year.
- Support varied Entrust projects as needed.
- Successful completion of Facilitating Relational Learning (FRL) prior to or within first year of employment.
- Co-facilitate Entrust courses as requested with goal of becoming skilled in Entrust-style facilitation.
- Commitment to best principles and practices in adult education.
- Successful completion of Entrust men’s Curriculum Design.
- Commitment to best principles and practices in course design.
- Active involvement with professional and ministry communities that can serve as resources in supporting this position and its work.
- Bible teaching or small group facilitation experience. Prefer pastoral/ministry experience or proven leadership abilities in a church and current involvement in teaching.
- Ability to work well in a matrixed organizational structure.
- Strong computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Office Suite, and ability to learn new computer programs as needed.
Personal Qualities Desired
- People oriented.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Confident in public speaking and in leading discussions.
- Adaptable to changing ministry and travel situations.
- Able to work skillfully with groups from differing theological persuasions.
- Able to discuss theology with people of varying viewpoints within the context of Entrust trainings.
- Ability to lead a team in course design.
Compensation: Raises Support