Youth and Children’s Pastor Qualifications:
Accepts TCCC statement of faith and by-laws.
Loves God, loves spending time with God, never ceases to study and receive training to be a better pastor.
Loves people, loves the youth and the children, and is able to communicate well with parents.
Required to have a college degree and possesses some comparable training and experience with pastoring youth and children.
Able to demonstrate systematic understanding of the Bible.
Able to demonstrate Spiritual character in accordance to 1 Timothy 3:1-6 & Titus 1:6-9.
Preferably a married man with children.
Aspires to be an overseer and desires a noble task (1 Tim 3:1).
Temperate, self-controlled, respectable, upright, not given to drunkenness (1 Tim 3:2-3, Titus 1:8).
Not a recent convert (1 Tim 3:6).
Not a lover of money (1 Tim 3:3, 1 Peter 5:2).
Above reproach (1 Tim 3:2, Titus 1:6).
Hospitable, one who loves what is good (1 Tim 3:2, Titus 1:8).
Have good reputation with outsiders (1 Tim 3:7).
Must manage his own family well (1 Tim 3:4).
See that his children obey him (1 Tim 3:4).
Preach weekly Sunday Service.
Teach youth Sunday School.
Teach youth Friday night bible study class.
Oversee the children and youth programs with a focus on Jesus Christ.
Provide spiritual leadership and counsel for the children, youth, and parents.
Develop curricula, teach, and train teachers in Bible education.
Organize children and youth activities, including service missions, retreats, fellowship events, and involvement in external events and ministries.
Act as liaison among the board of deacons, parents, youth, other members of the church, and other churches to integrate and strengthen the Body of Christ.