Living to Serve
Volunteer Job Description
Team Lead: Rev. Micah Thomas, Minister of Media
Virtual or On-Site: Virtual
Volunteers Needed: 3
Co-Team Lead: Abby Rodebaugh, Media Specialist
Volunteer Job Description:
- Create content and plan content created by the media team.
- Actively engage with others on social media in comments and shares.
- Manage efforts to deliver unique experiences on social media; actively contributing to the long-term enhancement of BGC and the Kingdom across all platforms (Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok, more).
- Create social media plans and campaigns for series launches, awareness campaigns, content priorities, and other church needs as needed.
- Deliver guides, content specs, and best practices for all new and existing platforms.
- Oversee content and provide feedback to creative teams for all content destined for social media.
- Monitor analytics and trends across all social media platforms to identify opportunities for optimization and improvements.
Spiritual Gifts that align with this ministry are listed below. You may have one or more of these gifts which may contribute to your being a good addition to the team.
Administration – The ability to organize resources and persons for effective ministry
Community Builder – The ability to help create koinonia, that unique type of inclusive fellowship that characterized the early Christian church
Encouragement – The capacity to encourage others, in groups and individually, with understanding, sympathy, and positive guidance
Evangelism – The capacity to discern when and how the Gospel message should be communicated to persons outside the Christian community
Exhortation – The capacity to inspire, to motivate and to encourage others in their spiritual formation and personal ministry
Helps – The ability and overwhelming desire to aid persons in need
Hospitality – The ability to meet the basic social needs of and to extend care to strangers, persons beyond one’s immediate circle of friends
Knowledge – The capacity to cognitively comprehend the complexities of God’s Truth and to explain these complexities to others.
Leadership – The ability to understand one’s own principles and vision, to communicate those principles and visions to others, and to challenge others to move into the future, all in a non-reactive way
Mercy – The ability to identify with and to feel the pains and hurts of another person and the capacity to help that person move beyond those pains and hurts
Service -The ability to perform the most basic acts of kindness as a means to glorify God and to embody the Gospel
Wisdom – The capacity to convincingly illustrate the mystery of God’s truth in very concrete practical and specific ways
Not sure if this position is right for you? Take our spiritual gits assessment to learn your gifts.
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