A lot of people can sit at their desk all day typing away collecting a paycheck – but why do that when you can join a team working directly with pastors and ministry leaders around the world as God uses you to make a difference in the Kingdom! Maybe God is calling you to more!

Church Doctor Ministries is currently looking for two team members to join our ministry team. Please review the summary position descriptions below and click on each position for the full position description.

We’re looking for committed Christians who want to help the local church and want to commit long-term to being part of our ministry team. We’re not looking to hire you for a job…we want to offer you a call to serve in a unique ministry God is using to do amazing things for the advancement of the Great Commission!

Both positions are based in northeast Indiana. No remote or commuter applicants please. For more information or to be considered please email Tracee Swank, tracee@churchdoctor.org.

Full time Ministry Consultation/Event Coordinator: (click for complete description)

The Ministry Consultation/Event Coordinator will perform a number of diverse duties required for the advancement of the core mission of Church Doctor Ministries. This position requires exceptional communication, organization, and follow-through skills to be applied in all aspects of work completed. This position requires an active, committed Christian with a heart for helping churches, pastors, and ministry leaders become more effective in the implementation of the Lord’s Great Commission to make disciples of all peoples.

Part-time SEND Support Team Member (click for complete description)

Support team members for SEND North America will perform a number of diverse duties required for the recruitment and advancement of SEND North America. This position requires exceptional communication, organization, and follow-through skills to be applied in all aspects of work completed. This position requires an active, committed Christian with a heart for reaching, resourcing, and releasing young adults.

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