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Jr. High Ministry Intern – First Chinese Baptist Church, Los Angeles

Posted by sedwardyang on September 3, 2009

Leadership Position Description

Position Title: Jr. High Ministry Youth Intern

Principle Function

The Jr. High Ministry Intern position focuses on training and preparation with work in early adolescent youth in a church environment, and to assist Youth Ministry in ministering to Jr. High youth.

Requirements

  1. Definite calling into full-time ministry.
  2. Adhere to Southern Baptist faith and message.
  3. Must have completed first full year in seminary.
  4. Minister and work minimum of 20 hours per week.
  5. Have some experience/understanding of youth/Asian culture.
  6. Internship is a minimum of 1 year and maximum of 2 years.
  7. Work with English-speaking youth, grades 7th-9th.

Specific List of Responsibilities

  1. Assist Minister of Youth in Jr. High Ministry.
  2. Preach in the Youth Service or directly to Jr. High youth.
  3. Attend Youth Ministry Team meetings.
  4. Be prepared to serve in any capacity directed by the Minister of Youth.
  5. Assist in Jr. High Sunday School department
  6. Assist in Jr. High CTP (training)
  7. Assist in RA’s/Acteens (fellowships)
  8. Assist in Jr. High Camp
  9. Attend Youth Service
  10. Attend Children and Youth Prayer Meetings.

Additional Information

  1. First Chinese Baptist Church is primarily ethnic Chinese in Los Angeles Chinatown with multi-generations, and with three languages:  Cantonese, English, and Mandarin.
  2. Compensation is either paid tuition, books, and fees up to $12,000.00 or $1000.00 per month stipend.

If interested, please contact John Ng, 213-687-0814 or email him at this link.

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Youth Ministry Intern: Chinese Church in Christ, San Jose

Posted by sedwardyang on August 6, 2009

Chinese Church in Christ, San Jose is looking for a Youth Ministry Intern to work alongside our Youth Minister with students in grades 7-12.  Our group consists of about 120 teenagers about a third who are in junior high.  These youth are also mainly American-born Chinese students whose parents immigrated from China, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia.  This is a part time position for anyone who has a love to help youth grow in the knowledge of God and show God’s love and grace to them.

Key Expectations:
Seminary Student
Minimum of 2-3 years of youth ministry experience
Call to long-term ministry
Servant’s attitude
Team mentality
Demonstration of pastor’s heart

Joint Key Responsibilities:
Preaching
Teaching
Shepherding and mentoring students
Developing student leaders
Planning & managing weekly activities
Working primarily with junior high students

Check us out at our website:  http://youth.ccic-sj.org/Home
If interested in this position, please contact Julie Wong @ THIS LINK

Chinese Church in Christ
1490 Saratoga Ave
San Jose, CA 95129

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Austin Chinese Church (Texas) seeks English Associate Pastor

Posted by sedwardyang on April 29, 2008

Associate English Pastor
Position Available January 1, 2008
Austin Chinese Church
11118 Dessau Road, Austin, Texas 78754
(512)339-8675, (512)339-9556 fax
http://english.austinchinesechurch.org

Position:
Full time Associate English Pastor, as part of the Austin Chinese Church Pastoral Team

Background:
Austin Chinese Church (ACC) is a non-denominational Christian church whose members mainly consist of Chinese-Americans and Chinese immigrants. ACC was established 26 years ago and has grown to 3 congregations (Mandarin, English, and Cantonese). The Pastoral Team consists of a Mandarin Pastor, an English Pastor, a Cantonese Pastor, a Youth Director, and a Children’s Director. Total attendance each Sunday is ~800. The English congregation consists of approximately 120 adults, 35 college students, 40 high school students, and 70 middle school students.

Job Description:
The Associate English Pastor will work under the direction of the English Pastor and is accountable to the Pastoral Team. The Associate English Pastor is to oversee and support the College and Single Adult ministries. Some of the specific duties include:

1. Oversee the development of the College and Single Adult ministries
A. Train and support these ministry team directors
B. Provide assistance with planning and coordinating these ministries
C. Oversee the caring ministry for these groups

2. Preach and teach
A. Team with the English Pastor in sermon development
B. Share preaching duties with the English Pastor
C. Participate in the teaching ministries

3. Work with the Pastoral Team and participate in other ACC ministries
A. Assist in developing the long-term English ministry strategy
B. Assist in developing an integrated multi-generational English ministry
C. Assist in developing the unity of the multicultural Chinese church

Qualifications:
1. Beliefs
A. Agrees with ACC’s Statement of Faith
B. Has a clear calling from God for pastoral ministry

2. Testimony
A. In accordance with 1 Peter 5:1-4, and
B. 1 Timothy 3:1-7

3. Spiritual Gifts
A. Preaching and teaching
B. Leadership

4. Education – Masters degree or above from an accredited seminary

5. Experience
A. At least three years of ministry in a North American Chinese church
B. At least two years of college ministry (preferred)

6. Marital Status
A. Married (preferred)
B. Wife supports the decision to minister at ACC and also agrees with ACC’s Statement of Faith

7. Culture
A. Fluent in English
B. Must be able to work with a multicultural team
C. North American-raised Chinese (preferred)

If interested, please contact Andy Lee, Search Committee Chairman
Phone: 512-799-3178
Click here to email Andy Lee

Or send resumes to:
Austin Chinese Church
Attn: Associate English Pastor Search Committee
11118 Dessau Road
Austin, Texas 78754

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Teach for America – Fight educational inequity!

Posted by sedwardyang on December 20, 2007

• Only half of the 13 million children growing up in low-income areas graduate from high-school by the time they are 18.
• Of those who do graduate, they are performing, on average, at the level of eighth graders in wealthy communities.
• Only one out of ten actually goes on to graduate from college.

Millions of children in the United States are receiving a substandard education. Given this huge inequity in our privileged nation, how can Christians help eliminate this injustice?

Teach For America is one way to serve and empower low-income children. Teach For America is a national education non-profit that recruits recent outstanding college graduates to teach for two years in our nation’s most under-resourced schools. This year, nearly 4,400 corps members are teaching in over 1,000 schools in 25 regions across the country and they are having a tangible impact on student achievement. More than 12,000 Teach For America alumni continue working from inside and outside the field of education for the fundamental changes necessary to ensure educational excellence and equity. Teach For America alumni become life-long advocates for education and justice – many of them stay in teaching, but they’ve also gone on to start charter schools, run urban school districts, fight for educational and economic equity through law and public policy, and start health care clinics to provide better health care options to people in low-income communities.

Many Christians are looking for ways to put their faith in action. Fighting educational inequity is one of the most powerful ways we can level the playing field in our nation. To learn more about how Teach For America is part of the movement to eliminate educational inequity, visit: http://www.teachforamerica.org/landing/welcome_fbo.htm.

Contact Dr. Nicole Baker Fulgham at nicole.baker@teachforamerica.org

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Ecumenical opportunities for young adults (ages 18-30)

Posted by sedwardyang on August 29, 2007

Exciting ecumenical opportunities available for young people between the ages of 18-30, nationally and internationally.

The National Council of Churches (NCC) is accepting applications for its Stewards Program during the 2007 General Assembly Meeting in Woodbridge, New Jersey, November 6-8, 2007.

The General Assembly is the annual gathering of 250 delegates from 35 member churches/denominations, representing 40 million Christians in the United States. Young adults will encounter a rich multicultural environment at the meeting and will experience the church at work, living its unity in Jesus. It will also provide them an opportunity to network with other young adults from across the country, worship in an ecumenical setting and interact with church leaders.

Application form for NCC Stewards Program is available online at http://www.ncccusa.org/pdfs/2007stewardsapplication.pdf.
Deadline for applications is September 14, 2007.

The World Council of Churches (WCC) based in Geneva, Switzerland, is also accepting applications for their Stewards Programme. Twenty-five young people (between the ages of 18-30 years) will be invited to participate in the Stewards Program which includes a week-long ecumenical learning program and work on several logistical tasks with WCC staff at the Central Committee meeting. The Stewards Program starts on February 6 (arrival), and ends on February 22 (departure), 2008. Stewards will be part of a unique ecumenical and international community of young adults and gain exposure to the WCC’s work.

Inquires for the program can be addressed by E-mail. The application form can be downloaded from the website: www.ecuemncialyouth.org.

The WCC is also accepting applications for their Internship Programme which is an opportunity for ecumenical learning and work with the Council. It is a year-long program and begins in February 2008 and ends in January 2009. Inquiries about the program can be addressed by e-mail. The application form can be downloaded from their website: www.ecumenicalyouth.org

Phone, from US dial: 011 41 22 791 6315;
Fax: 011 41 22 791 6406

Deadline for these two WCC programs is September 20, 2007.

Rev. Rothangliani Chhangte
Director of Ecumenical Formation
American Baptist Churches USA
Office of Cooperative Christianity
PO Box 851, Valley Forge, PA 19482
www.abc-usa.org/unity
Phone: 1-800-ABC-3USA, ext. 2279 or (610) 768-2279

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