Boulder Mountain Church Mesa, AZ Posted: April 18, 2022
We are looking for a Lead Pastor who exemplifies a godly character. We desire a man who is capable of communicating the Word in a compelling, clear way, a man who is comfortable leading and shepherding the church to the end that reproducing followers of Christ are developed. He shall be in full agreement with, and support, Boulder Mountain Church's Constitution and Statement of Faith. The following are priorities we consider primary for the man who takes on the responsibility of pastor.
Preaching (1 Tim. 5:17; Eph. 4:12-13)
We see the weekly preaching of the Word as a high priority of our Lead Pastor. Applicational, exegetical preaching has the power to transform lives. As part of this, it is our desire that our Pastor have sufficient time carved out of his schedule for his own spiritual enrichment and refreshment so that he might experience continued growth in his own relationship with the Lord. Consequently, the planning and preparation for weekly preaching, and the personal prayer and Bible study that support that activity, are of a high priority.
Leading (Titus 1: 5-9; 1 Tim. 3: 1-7)
We look to our Lead Pastor, working collaboratively with the Elders, to develop and maintain vision and keep it before us as a congregation. In his oversight of staff, and interaction with the Elder Board, he must build a "team" environment and motivate people to achieve our Mission Statement.
A. Vision B. Organizational
1. Develop and provide vision 1. Supervise and develop staff
2. Implement a Mission Statement a. Determine Pastoral staffing
3. Oversee strategic planning b. Oversee development of job
4. Promote community outreach c. Delegate to and supervise staff
5. Promote global missions d. Ensure the highest stewardship
e. Evaluate staff and develop goals
2. Accountable to and interact with Elder Board
3. Member of Elder Board
Shepherding (Acts 20:17, 28; 1 Pet 5:2)
Our Lead Pastor helps to create the environment envisioned in our Mission Statement. He builds us into a community and nurtures us in faith and walk. A pastor needs to be with the people, love the people, and nurture the people, who in turn follow his leadership.
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