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Shelterwood is a Christian therapeutic boarding school for at-risk teenagers located in Independence, Missouri. We hire undergraduate degree and graduate degree men and women to live and work for a year with our teenagers. Here is specifics about our program:
We hire single men & women who have a passion for Christ and a passion to help at-risk teenagers in our Shelterwood program. It’s a challenging, frustrating, tiring and also a life-changing year of service for the Kingdom. The position pays $1,000 a month stipend plus free room and board, insurance benefits, and excellent training. Experience working or volunteering with teenagers is very helpful.
Take a tour of the campus: http://shelterwood.org/campus-tour
Our next openings for male and female staff are for December 27 start date. After that our next openings will be for May and August, 2014 start dates. Apply online to join our team on this exciting adventure of helping restore families! Apply at http://shelterwood.org/discipleship-program/paid-positions-available.
Here is what some parents have said regarding the important role the men and women who serve as big brothers and sisters play in their youth’s lives: http://youtu.be/9pVcGsV6zC8.
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Culver Bible Church, located approximately one hour west of Winona Lake, In., is seeking a youth director for their teens. This church is located in the beautiful lakeside community of Culver, home of Lake Maxinkuckee and Culver Military Academy.
Culver Bible Church is an independent church of about 25 people. Their pastor, Daniel Huhn (Grace College and Seminary graduate) has been ministering there since 1977. Currently they have 5 teens, with the hope of growing. The teens are a great group of kids, two of the girls having been Child Evangelism Fellowship summer missionaries for 2-3 years, and a third girl considering it for this summer.
Job description includes meeting with the teens about once a week, could be during the morning Sunday School, or maybe Sunday evening. This would be ideal for a married couple, but a single guy would be great, too. Meals, gas reimbursement would be provided, along with housing if needed for the night.
Salary will be meager (the pastor himself has to work outside the church) but the challenges and opportunities are abundant. For example, in this little town of 1000 population and eight churches, we are the only church who consistently preaches the gospel. There is no competition. Even though this community is hard, the church is warm with a family atmosphere.
If you are interested and/or have any questions please contact Rev. Huhn (email@example.com) today!