Thanks for your interest in working with Fearless Church! Please fill out the application below, email your resume to
, and we will contact you with next steps if you are selected to move forward with the interview process.
What position are you applying for?
If you have any videos or audio of you leading, teaching, or performing please provide the links below.
What are your passions? (Please Be Specific)
What is the ideal job for you today (write a brief description of the ideal job position for you)?
Hypothetical: If you were not pursuing this ministry position, what other ministry position(s) would you pursue?
Hypothetical: If you were leaving ministry for secular work, what profession would you pursue?
Check out our web site. Please let us know if you feel compatible with the type of church we are and our vision. From a review of our web site, is there anything about us that concerns you?
Define “success” in ministry for you and/or your family.
STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
What are some of your strengths that you feel would make you an ideal candidate for this position?
What are some weaknesses that you feel you need to grow in as a follower of Jesus and leader?
EVANGELISM & LEADERSHIP
Describe 2 or 3 examples of projects/initiatives that you personally undertook and were responsible for, your role in planning and implementing, and the impact it had on reaching lost people.
Describe your experience and role in working with teams.
Describe your relationship with non-believers today. Describe how you are building bridges to non-believers in your day-to-day relationships.
Please provide a short answer to the following questions. Do not try to read anything into these questions. Respond instinctively (with some thought). Be brief (a single sentence is ok for most).
Last 3 books you read?
Last 3 movies you have seen?
Hobbies / What do you like to do in your spare time?
Favorite secular music group?
Favorite worship music group?
Describe briefly your extended families (your parents and/or your spouse’s parents) and your relationships with them.
Briefly describe how you would handle each situation?
A non-Christian in your small group asks you what they need to do to become a Christian.
You are in the church office and receive a call from an individual who tells you they are homosexual. They ask if they would be accepted in the church.
A person of the opposite sex emails you and tells you that they have a personal problem that they would like to discuss with you. The person asks to meet you alone in a private place. How would you respond?
Please provide 3 references along with contact information. (We will be contacting these references using the information provided.)