Congratulations on discovering your spiritual gifts! God uniquely created you and gave you these gifts for a reason. Now that you’ve identified how He has gifted you, your next step is to learn how you can use those gifts for the purpose He has for you.
Review your spiritual gifts and find out more about the areas available to serve at COTR in which you can best use your gifts.
The gift of administration is the divine strength or ability or organize multiple tasks and
groups of people to accomplish these tasks.
Luke 14:28-30; Acts 6:1-7; 1 Corinthians 12:28
(Admin Team, Equip Leadership, Hispanic Ministry, KOTR Check-In, and virtually every ministry)
The gift of apostleship is the divine strength or ability to pioneer new churches and ministries
through planting, overseeing, and training.
Acts 15:22-35; 1 Corinthians 12:28; 2 Corinthians 12:12; Galatians 2:7-10; Ephesians 4:11-14
(Group Leadership, Hispanic Ministry, Missions)
The gift of craftsmanship is the divine strength or ability to plan, build and work with your hands in
construction environments to accomplish multiple ministry applications.
Exodus 30:22; 31:3-11; 2 Chronicles 34:9-13; Acts 18:2-3
(KOTR, YOTR, Facilities, Missions, Production, Events Team)
The gift of discernment is the divine strength or ability to spiritually identify falsehood and to
distinguish between right and wrong motives and situations.
Matthew 16:21-23; Acts 5:1-11, 16:16-18; 1 Corinthians 12:10; John 4:1-6
(Deacons, Equip Leadership, Group Leadership, Hispanic Ministry, Missions, Prayer, Door/Sec. Ushers)
The gift of evangelism is the divine strength or ability to help non-Christians take the necessary
steps to becoming Christ followers.
Acts 8:5-6, 8:26-40, 14:21, 21:8; Ephesians 4:11-14
(Deacons, Events, Group Leadership, Hispanic Ministry, Missions, Parking, Prayer, Welcome)
The gift of exhortation is the divine strength or ability to encourage others through the written or spoken word and Biblical truth.
Acts 14:22; Romans 12:8; 1 Timothy 4:13; Hebrews 10:24-25
(Deacons, Equip Leadership, Group Leadership, Hispanic Ministry, Missions, Prayer)
The gift of faith is the divine strength or ability to believe in God for unseen supernatural results in every arena of life.
Acts 11:22-24; Romans 4:18-21; 1 Corinthians 12:9; Hebrews 11
As an essential part of the COTR Leadership family, you have a responsibility to develop and exhibit Christ-like behavior. This should be the basic premise of your desire to participate in a servant-leader position here at COTR.
While serving the body of Christ as a servant-leader at COTR, you pledge to present a good appearance at all times. In both attire and behavior, you should strive to demonstrate Biblical standards in all situations.
As Christians, the way we present ourselves to others is of vital importance to the way others perceive Christ. Our conduct should never be an embarrassment to Christ, but should exemplify the best qualities of a Christ-like servant-leader.
As a member of a Serve Team, I understand that I may come into contact with personal information about individuals and families that could be sensitive and should be kept confidential. I agree to keep all information I might encounter about all individuals’ finances, health, behavior, disabilities, and related matters confidential and only disclose it to COTR Staff and Leaders who need to know. I agree that I will uphold this confidentiality agreement whether or not I continue to be a member of a Serve Team, in order to protect all individuals and families who attend COTR.
I understand that Church on the Rock is a safe place for children and vulnerable adults, and that Church on the Rock complies with all Federal and State laws regarding reporting suspected child abuse. As a member of a Serve Team, I understand that suspected abuse is to be reported to the staff member who oversees the area in which I serve, or another COTR staff member. I also understand the four types of abuse defined below:
a physical act directed at a child or vulnerable adult that causes injury.
contact or interactions between a child and an adult, or a child and another child, when the child is being used for sexual stimulation of the perpetrator or another person. This includes exploitation through photographs, videos, or other communication methods.
acts or omissions by the parent or other caregivers that have caused, or could cause, serious behavioral, cognitive, emotional, or mental disorders.
failure to provide for the child or vulnerable adult’s basic needs. This includes adequate adult supervision, medical attention, housing, food and clothing. Most cases of physical neglect involve inadequate adult supervision that has caused harm to the child or vulnerable adult or places them in danger of such harm.
I understand it is not my responsibility to investigate and in no instance will I confront a parent or caregiver if abuse is suspected. As a member of a Serve Team, I agree to comply with this policy and report any suspected abuse to the staff person who oversees the area in which I serve, or another COTR staff member.
SERVE TEAM DESCRIPTIONS
Our team assists the parents in dropping off their children to their room and ministers to the children in nursery.
Our team assists the parents in dropping off their children to their room and ministers to the children in pre-school with age-appropriate teachings, crafts and games.
Our team provides an age-appropriate Sunday service for our kids (K-through 5th grade).
Our team provides our youth (grades 6th – 12th) with an age-appropriate Sunday service. They also meet once a week for Bible Study, break-out groups and fun.