Before Applying for a Student Leadership Position here at First Church.  You MUST read the two below; Qualifications and Responsibilities for Student Leadership and Student Leadership Expectations.  Please click on the links to open the files.

Qualifications and Responsibilities for Student Leadership

Student Leadership Expectations

If you are interested in applying for a Student Leadership Position, please fill out the form below.

Student Leader Application
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Name

Email

Current Grade

Current School

Have you completed the StuMin Student Leadership Class?

Have you been confirmed in the United Methodist Church?

Why have you chosen to apply for a position of leadership?

How have you felt God leading you in seeking to lead your peers?

What are the most influential scriptures that you have interacted with in regards to strong Christian leadership?

What do you think are the most important qualities of a strong Christian leader?

Check the boxes that BEST describe you.

What do you think are the most important leadership lessons learned from Jesus in the New Testament?

What are you passionate about?

How can you use your passions in service through leadership?

Is there anything in your life that would prevent you from being an effective leader?

Check the boxes that LEAST describe you.

What are some areas outside of church that you are already leading? What are your responsibilities in those leadership roles?

Write a brief summary of the story of how you began following Jesus and were baptized.

Answer the questions below in paragraph/essay form in the space provided:

• What do you believe about the Bible? • Who wrote it? • Do you believe the scripture is inerrant? Why? • How often do you read your Bible? • How do you go about studying scripture? • Why is it important that Christians read the Bible regularly? • What do you believe about prayer? • Do you pray? • How often? • When? • Why is it important for Christians to pray? • Who are we praying to? • Why is that a big deal? • Why is it important for Christian leaders to be dedicated to reading their Bible and praying regularly?