I have been working at Assemblies of God full-time (More than 10 years)
Autonomy of most local churches allows for congregational vision.
Not top down control but mainly grass roots. Support and oversight is beneficial. Partnership in mission is a great strength
Shifting generational divide may cause change in long held standards.
Lack of support on local level unless pursued vigorously.
Advice to Management
Maintain a true Pentecostal emphasis and experience.
Raise the standards for credentialing ministers...don't rush to accommodate millennials at all costs.
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Assemblies of God (New York, NY) in May 2016.
The first interview lasted 5 minutes and the questions were very general. They didn't say anything about the job. Then they called me and invited to the second interview, where they introduced me to one of their employees, who explained what I needed to do. So the job consisted in fundraising for an NGO, but one needed to do it in the street by approaching strangers. A good thing to do as a volunteer, but not the best job I would imagine.
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