About Crosspoint Ministries
Crosspoint Ministries cares for the souls of Christian leaders and trains others to do the same. Within their various programs, Crosspoint uses biblically-based and psychologically-sensitive practices to guide Christian leaders through soul transformation. Crosspoint Ministries uses large-group and one-on-one training, retreats, coaching, and written resources to help people discover what is at work in their souls when it comes to their relationships. Training includes the Soul Care Institute, the Enneagram Intensive, the Sexual Health Training Intensive. Retreats are for Christians and church leaders to go deeper into spiritual and relational health. Coaching through Crosspoint includes Leader Life Coaching, Grief Recovery, and Sabbatical Coaching. Crosspoint also has many written resources available for individuals to use in their personal development practices.
Role of Crosspoint Ministry Assistant
The Ministry Assistant will report to the Program Director of Crosspoint Ministries. They will support many aspects of the ministry, primarily with administrative help, including scheduling, communications, and office management. The Ministry Assistant will also work with Crosspoint staff to create and edit curriculum, derived from existing Crosspoint materials, in order to share those resources with other church ministries. They will help plan and execute many of the training and retreats that are led by Crosspoint, and they will also be able to attend and learn alongside participants at many of the training.
This role is for someone who is organized, has excellent verbal and written communication skills, is self-directed, and is mature and sensitive with difficult or confidential counseling situations.
This role is perfect for someone pursuing a career in Pastoral Ministry, Christian Formation, Counseling, Vocational Ministry, Missions, Mentoring, Life Coaching, Non-Profit Leadership, and Administration, or Church Planting.
Responsibilities of Crosspoint Ministry Assistant
- Office administration, including first touch communication and client processing
- Curriculum organization and editing
- Event preparation, administration, and execution
- Social Media management (content creation and administration)
*This role requires a completed bachelor’s degree, preferably (but not required to be) in psychology, counseling, or Christian ministry.
The above description is 50% of the LTN program.
On average, LTN interns spend 25-30 hours per week at their internship, 15 hours per week serving their neighborhood, and 15 hours per week on personal growth and development. To understand the LTN program, we recommend you view our program page.