I am a college student and it has been almost four years since my high school youth pastor moved onto another job, and I feel like God has put it on my heart to do something to show him how much he really did to show me how to have a relationship with Christ. He now lives pretty far away, and I want to think of a small gift I could get him. Any ideas?
I am in 10th grade, what are some steps I need to take in becoming a youth pastor? Is there anything I could do now?
My youth pastor says that many of the rocks will be contaminerated and slippery. But he said this is just what the USA needed because it will provide many good paying jobs. He also said that as we have dominumen over the earth and all its creatures, that this oil spill is likely to help us more easily catch the fish and the shrimp because they will simply float to the surface and save us time, money, and effort. I thought this thing was really bad, but NOW i am thinking otherwise.
I was thinking about joining the air force on a small year contract, taking the money I earn from that, and go to college. But what if being a youth pastor doesn't make enough money. What would be another good job to go into thats always in demand for new people, makes a decent amount of money, and is secure to where I don't have to worry about being laid off?
The connotations are just terrible. Here in the USA you hear almost daily of an abusive "Youth Pastor".
Is that the creepiest religion related job title? The one that should strike fear into the hearts of any thinking parent?
I work part time as a youth pastor and I don't have any taxes taken out. I just want to know so that I don't have a surprise come April 15th 2011. I make 200 a week. Altogether I make about 40,000 a year including my other job that is not at the church.
I am a teen searching for careers and i love the ministry and really look up to youth pastors and love what they do, can i do the same thing and still have righteousness with God?
If you do not think so then please help give me job ideas at least working with the youth age in the ministry for a full time job... thanks much!
My calling for my life has been a youth pastor. What education do I need in high school and university/college? i feel a calling as well to speak at camps during the summer.
I'm almost in college and looking at Liberty University and get a bachelor's in youth ministry. First of all, in a baptist setting do they allow women to work in the ministry other than as a secretary or office aid. I want to work with students particularly but not as a youth pastor.
Secondly, is this uncommon? Will I be able to find a job?
I think this is what God is calling me to do, but I need some help before I can make this huge step.
Just to get basic info such as salary, requirements, job description, work conditions...
It has to have lots of jobs, from computer programming, to DJing, to being a Christian missionary or youth pastor, to being a lumber jack... just alot of different things. Thanks
I have a crush on my former youth pastor- it's not that weird, we're only like 7 years apart in age. Anyway, it's not going to turn into anything now since he got a new job and I'm in college now, so how do I move on once and for all?
I can't find what courses i need to take in order to become a youth pastor, if anyone knows could you please tell me. Thanks =D
My 13 year old son is very creative and as a youth pastor I am always designing and getting shirts made. I am wondering if I should just try this venture on my own. I am very busy with two jobs so I don't know if we could pull it off.
What are some of the jobs and stuff they have to do?
Not trolling. I was just wondering how difficult it was. Do they just sit around a lot or are they busy most of the time?
So first off, i love kids and people and try to be friendly and nice to them. Kids make me try to be a better person. I think they are the best thing in the world. So, Im going to college soon and I would like to be either a teacher (most likely elementary aged kids) or a youth ministry pastor. I dont care about money, just enough to live comfortably. I would like to hear from you guys that are teachers or youth ministers or know people that are and what you/they think of the job. Thanks a lot!
I have been working with this company for almost 10 years and I am salary, Since I have taken this position I have never had to work on sundays-except after church for mandatory store meetings, my husband and I are the youth pastors at our church, and now they tell me I must work one sunday a month- is this right?
As far as career goes after high school, i know i want to be involved in youth, whether that is youth counseling, youth pastoring or both, but I feel like i may being called to becoming a youth pastor. does being a youth pastor have to be a full time job? I am an 18 year old senior in high school, if i want to become a youth pastor after i graduate where would i start? also as a footnote do have lots of camp counseling experience.
I already know you could be a priest/pastor, but I'm looking for something that's less of a public-speaking role. (Associate pastor just as an example). And for these other roles, do you have to go to seminary, or can you major in religious studies at a college?
I would love to become a youth pastor,but I'm not sure what kind of education I would need to pursue this career. I don't have a church family to turn to for answers,and a friend suggested Yahoo Answers. Any youth pastors out there,please help! I feel called to do this but I have no idea how to go about it!
I want to start a project with my friends to help people in my comminuty (Harrisburg Pa area). There are many people here that are 'socially bankrupt' (they will take a handout - but will not accept real 'help' - and do not desire to try to help themselves). I want to find a way to communicate to these people that there are 'good people' around here who actually care, and want to help.
I have several friends (about 15 families) who are (or may become)interested in being part of this project - but probably would only be able to commit to actual 'work' every other week or at best once a week (we all have kids and full-time jobs).
I think that I can 'raise' about $100 a month (maybe more) to put towards this project. Perhaps if it becomes more sucessful, I could convince our church 'youth-group' to be part of it as well (one of my friends is the youth pastor of my church).