We are a fellowship of churches and individuals who are committed to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ
We Are Hiring: KBF COORDINATOR
POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Kentucky Baptist Fellowship is seeking a full-time Coordinator to lead and guide in the development of strategies for expanding the scope and influence of the organization. The Coordinator shall represent KBF to the community, churches, individuals, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, and other organizations. All applications must include education and employment histories and provide three references. Email cover letter and resume to KBFcoordinatorsearch@gmail.com. Consideration of applicants will begin April 13 and continue until position is filled. See www.kybf.org for information regarding KBF.
1. Organizational Communication:
a. Internal – Develop and maintain effective communication and contact by and between KBF churches, pastors, staff, constituents, and the CBF office; and
b. External - Develop and maintain effective communication and contact with prospective churches, pastors, lay people, secular media, religious media, colleges, seminaries, and the Kentucky Council of Churches.
a. Maintain effective supervision and organization of the KBF office and staff;
b. Provide guidance and input to KBF committees and workgroups; and
c. Organize and facilitate KBF annual meetings and other gatherings.
a. Establish organizational goals with guidance and direction from the Coordinating council;
b. Promote the organizational goals;
c. Create opportunities for KBF engagement and involvement; and
d. Develop the KBF as a distinct, appealing and meaningful brand.
What do we do?
The KBF is a fellowship of churches and individuals who are committed to the Great Commission of Jesus Christ. The KBF’s mission is three-fold: 1) to help churches partner with one another and with other organizations that share a similar philosophy and goal; 2) to provide resources for churches and individuals as they do their work; and 3) to encourage involvement in missions and ministries in local communities, throughout the state, and globally.
Missions is the number one priority of the Kentucky Baptist Fellowship. We believe in "The Miracle of Partnerships" - a phrase coined by John Lepper during Extreme Build 2010. Taking our meager assets and combing them with the meager assets of other churches, individuals, and community leader - we learn that God still accomplishes miracles through the works of our hands. Join us for one of our KBF missions experiences.