Church Resources Developer’s primary responsibility is to develop and produce resources to equip the local church for more effective cross-cultural and missionary sending ministry across the globe. Church Resources Developer will generate pathways to facilitate production and distribution of resources, pursue platforms to strengthen and equip churches across the US, and work closely with RTIM sending churches and church partners.


  • Developing resources focused on healthy sending practices
  • Creating tools to help churches become more effective in disciple-making at home and across cultures
  • Working with the curriculum development team on various training projects
  • Leading “Equipping Forums” across North America
  • Managing the RTIM blog
  • Oversee RTIM’s self-publishing resources, under the Director of Mobilization’s supervision


  • Assisting in mobilization
  • Administrative tasks based skill set and experience
  • Participating in the RTIM short-term modular training program


  • Mature disciple of Jesus Christ
  • Proven theological acumen
  • Embraces RTIM’s ecclesiological and missiological DNA
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Master’s Degree in Theology or Ministry (preferred)
  • 5 years of pastoral experience (preferred)
  • Cross-cultural ministry experience (preferred)


  • Participation in regular Reaching & Teaching short-term mission trips each year to train pastors and church leaders
  • Domestic travel for conferences and events as requested by Reaching & Teaching leadership


  • Compensation to be agreed upon when hired
  • Reaching & Teaching employees raise their own support package for their salary and ministry expenses

Job Application

Step 1 of 4

  • Application Overview:

    General Instructions:

    All application materials must be submitted in their entirety.


    You will be required to upload a high-res (i.e. camera resolution) photo of yourself and your family (if applicable). You will also be required to upload a photo of your passport.

    Copy of Your Testimony:

    Each applicant must submit a summary of his or her salvation testimony, walk with the Lord, and sense of calling. You will be required to upload this document at the end of this application (we prefer .doc, .pdf, . or .rtf formats).

    Cover Letter, CV and References:

    Please submit a cover letter, CV and full contact information for five references. One reference must be a pastor; one must be your current or most recent employer. References will require name, relationship, address, phone, and email.

    Statement of Beliefs:

    You must agree with the Baptist Faith and Message (2000) or The Gospel Coalition Confessional Statement in order to be approved by RTIM. As an inter-denominational organization we minister from a foundational base of doctrines that capture mainstream evangelical theology. These statements of belief are included and should be reviewed. In the specified location, please note which document most closely reflects your convictions. Submission of the application material with this information noted indicates your affirmation of the doctrinal statement you indicate and your agreement to serve wholly in accordance with it while on staff with Reaching and Teaching International Ministries. Additionally, you must agree to the Nashville Statement.

    Virtual Office

    Reaching & Teaching has a decentralized home office, such that staff members are free to live at the location of their choice.


    Compensation will be designated upon hire and is based upon the position and the candidate’s ministry experience. All staff members are responsible for raising their full financial support package, which includes a monthly service fee for employment overhead (7% of receipts or $400/month, whichever is higher).

    Please e-mail [email protected] if you have any questions or would like more information.


    Upon completion and submission of these application materials, you will be contacted by a RTIM staff member to set up your initial interview.