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Kingdom Diplomats Pastor

Please note: Never-Ending Grace Corporation is a faith-based organization committed to following the teachings of Jesus Christ as found in God’s Word, the Bible.  Our mission is to treat everyone with the love of Jesus. 

General Job Description

The Pastor of the Kingdom Diplomats is to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ as found in the Gospel, and to teach all the life principles, and revelations the Bible teaches. As the senior pastor in charge of the entire Kingdom Diplomats operation, the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor is responsible for seeing through prayer to the provision of pastoral care, for all of those who turn to the Kingdom Diplomats. The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor oversees weekly Worship Services, Bible Studies, baptisms, weddings, funeral services, or any church celebrations. The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor provides leadership to the Diplomats, supervises the Diplomats staff, and all other Diplomats functions.

The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor’s service comes from the guidance of the Holy Spirit and study of God’s Word. The Kingdom Diplomats may have Elders and Deacons who serve their flock through the guidance of the Holy Spirit and consultation with the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor. The Bible says, “Let all things be done decently and in order” (1 Corinthians 14:40), which is why the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor must make sure that everything that is being done in the house of God, is done properly, according to God’s Word.  


Pastoral certification/ordination is required, with 3-5 years’ experience working as a church pastor or ministry leader is required. Experience in leading and conducting worship services is required. Familiarity with the community is required. Non-profit experience is a plus. Experience with volunteers is preferred. IFOC Chaplaincy certification must be completed within 9 months of being hired. Strong references are desirable and will be verified and considered. A bachelor’s and/or master’s degree in fields such as studies of Bible theology will be considered.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor will maintain a vital and healthy personal connection with the Lord through daily Bible study and prayer.

  • The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor will keep proper priorities at home with his wife and children.

  • The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor must agree with Never-Ending Grace Corporation’s Purpose, Mission, and Statement of Faith, and adhere to the goals and philosophies of the Corporation.

  • The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor functions as an integral member of the Never-Ending Grace Corporation Team.

  • The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor will be responsible for creating any Bylaws, Policies and Procedures necessary for the smooth function of the Diplomats.

  • The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor must have a working knowledge of the physical layout of and the functions of the facility, learn and be able to quickly implement the Emergency Action Plan (EAP), and be able to open and close the facility, using the written procedures.

The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor will:

  • Be the chief Administrator of the Kingdom Diplomats. This is not to imply that the Pastor will do all things: only that he will oversee and delegate them as appropriate.

  • Lead and guide all members of the Kingdom Diplomats staff who have responsibility in the ministries of education, youth, children, social needs, hospitality, pastoral care, fellowship, health and healing, and seniors, actively coordinating appropriate prayer and spiritual care to the staff and their loved ones.  

  • Create and work with the Personnel Committee in the screening and hiring of non-ordained staff and calling of ordained staff, building a team. This will mean holding any meetings or training sessions (group or individual) necessary to coordinate the ministries of the Diplomats and facilitate communication. This includes ensuring that the facilities of the Diplomats are functional, in good repair, and always welcoming.

  • Preach, teach, and witness to the Gospel, with the ultimate goal of winning souls for Christ, and strengthening those who have already accepted Jesus as their Lord and Savior.  

  • Train and equip people for ministry by bringing them into an understanding of God’s plan and purpose for their lives while advocating responsible Biblical stewardship in those participating in services and programs at the Diplomats.

  • Create, delegate, and oversee the planning of outreach activities into the community.

  • Oversee the assimilation of visitors to the Kingdom Diplomats and work toward creating an inviting environment throughout the facility with the goal of making each visitor a welcome Partner with the Kingdom Diplomats.

  • Work with Staff and Partners enhancing the Kingdom outreach to the community. This will also involve the assimilation of new visitors into the life of the Kingdom Diplomats in conjunction with all the ministries and programs of the Diplomats by encouraging all programs and ministries of the Diplomats to carry out their work with an emphasis on welcoming others to participate in the mission work of Christ.

  • Provide short-term counseling as needed. Be available and responsive to crisis situations. Provide pastoral care through the most effective means possible. This includes establishing a team of prayer warriors, Biblical counselors, and crisis response teams for the Kingdom Diplomats.

  • Willingly lead the Lord’s Supper, counsel for, and perform baptisms, weddings, and funeral services.

  • Create and work with the Worship Team in planning and preparing appropriate worship services that are creative and dynamic and will assist in the training of the Worship Team assuring Scriptural compliance and moves of the Holy Spirit in the services and programs at the Kingdom Diplomats.

  • Oversee the creation, development, and implementation of 24/7/365 worship and prayer at the Kingdom Diplomats.

  • Leads the Kingdom Diplomats Partners in creating effective programs to accomplish the Great Commission, witnessing the lost to salvation through Jesus Christ throughout the immediate community and beyond.

  • Oversee reaching out to those in nursing care facilities and hospitals sharing the love of Jesus.

  • Be available to assist other cities, states, and leaders in matters of mutual interest and concern.

  • Be responsible for any Diplomats disciplinary matters and the management of conflict issues within the Diplomats.

To achieve this, the following is expected of the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor:

Relationship with the Father

  • Maintains a regular program of study. Scripture shows us over and over that Jesus placed the highest priority of His life on spending time alone with the Father. His life reveals an intense passion for the presence of God. His heart longed and hungered to touch the heart of God. [Note Luke 6:12; Matthew 14:23; Mark 1:35]. Jesus was about doing the will of the Father…the Pastor does likewise.
    Sets as a guideline of personal behavior the standard required in I Timothy 3:1-7 and I Peter 5:1-4.

  • Lives a life of prayer. Jesus actually was in touch with His heavenly Father all the time. The Pastor surrenders all personal plans to Him, to be carried out or given up as His providence shall indicate. [Matthew 21:13].

  • This Kingdom Diplomats is about leading people to the throne of grace to experience the presence of God and receive power from Him. Too many programs and ideas have turned the churches into a human institution rather than the living body of Christ. The Pastor’s goal is to lead the Kingdom Diplomats staff, Partners, and visitors to be a sanctuary of prayer, grace, and the dwelling of the presence of God.

  • Jesus’ hunger for the presence of God should be the motivation and inspiration of the Pastor - to be more and more like Him.

Preach and Teach the Gospel

  • Monitors the spiritual pulse of the Kingdom Diplomats body through periodic review and accountability, advising the Shepherd Pastor of the findings and direction as a result.

  • Works with the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor to lead the Kingdom Diplomats in effective programs to fulfill the Great Commission with vision, purpose, and priority.

  • Works with the Shepherd Pastor and Worship Team to plan and conduct worship services, oversee music leadership, observe historical church liturgical seasons and follow Scriptural instruction regarding worship, praise, and observation of the celebration of the sacrament of communion.

  • Will meet with the Kingdom Diplomats Family Chaplain to be sure that in planning and executing training for children, youth, college-age and adult education and programs  [Luke 4:18; Matthew 9:35], guidance is being given through the Word pointing people to read the Bible and learn about God’s Will and ability to transform their lives [Luke 2:46-50; Phil 2:16; 1 Cor 15:1,2; 1 Peter 2:2; John 17:7; Psalms 119:98].

  • Is careful not to be sure the Kingdom Diplomats is not reducing Scripture to mere information; the Kingdom Diplomats needs spiritual renewal more than knowledge. Paul reminds us that the Scriptures give us a new life in Jesus; noting Paul’s commands to Timothy [1 Tim 4:13; 2 Tim 3:16]. Jesus had power and authority because he always preached the Word, not sociology, politics, or psychology.

  • Is responsible to see that the pulpit is filled for all worship services. This is not to always be the Shepherd Pastor, the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor, or the Kingdom Diplomats Family Chaplain. The Pastor is encouraged to fill the pulpit with varied qualified teachers and preachers as he feels led.

  • Leads and demonstrates effective ways to witness and win the lost to salvation through Jesus Christ.

  • Gives full support to and complies with the Kingdom Diplomats budget.


Meet the Needs of the People

  • Maintains proper priorities at home with spouse and children.

  • Conducts bereavement counseling sessions and conducts funeral services as needed.

  • Conducts family, vocational, counseling sessions, etc. as needed, deferring to other approved professional help when possible.

  • Conducts premarital counseling sessions, performs wedding ceremonies when needed.

  • Models Jesus love for people, particularly the lost [Matthew 9:36] and His urging to “Follow Me.”

  • Oversee the pastoral care needs of the Kingdom Diplomats staff and family with hospital visits, nursing care facility visits, and home visits, using skills in administrative leadership for engaging and meeting the needs of individuals and families.

  • Conducts any Kingdom Diplomats discipline matters and the management of conflict issues in the Kingdom Diplomats. The Shepherd Pastor serves as a back-up to the Pastor for these matters.  

  • Oversees Kingdom Diplomats plans for periods of evangelistic emphasis for the unsaved and renewal for Christians and promotion of these periods.

  • Regularly visits with Kingdom Diplomats staff, as well as Partners and visitors.

  • Spends time meeting and mingling with people who attend services or programs, genuinely showing interest and compassion, in order to build relationships.

Making Disciples

  • Mentors staff and Kingdom Diplomats family regarding their Spiritual Gifts and how they relate to the work of the Diplomats.

  • The role of the Pastor and staff at the Kingdom Diplomats is to pray for the harvest and especially the harvesters. God’s role is to send people to the Kingdom Diplomats who will be the harvesters. The Pastor’s role is to know the flock, identify their Spiritual Gift(s), lead them and mentor them, and direct additional Kingdom Diplomats staff and leaders in the harvesting through the harvesters God has sent.

  • Understands that without workers, there is no Kingdom Diplomats. Jesus basically says that we have a math problem. We need more workers, more disciples, to gather the harvest. The need to build disciples is so fundamental that Jesus spent three and a half years in full-time discipleship formation. In fact, had Jesus not built His disciples, there would not be a church today. [Luke 10:2] The Pastor knows and understands this, thus encouraging and emphasizing this teaching to the Kingdom Diplomats staff and family.

Service and Sacrifice

  • There are two important truths about Christ. First, He was a Servant Leader. Any study of Christian leadership is incomplete unless we study the servant sacrificial life of Christ. [Note Mark 13:45; Luke 22:27] The King of the whole universe was not into self-glorification, self-satisfaction, power, or control. He was into service and ministry.

  • The second truth about Jesus is that He gave His life as a living sacrifice; to redeem us, Jesus lived and suffered and died. In the agony of Gethsemane, the death at Calvary, God paid the price of our redemption. In fact, the price paid for our redemption, the infinite price paid by God the Father in sending His Son to die on our behalf, should give us an idea of just how valuable we are to God. Jesus declared, “The Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost” [Luke 19:10] Lost people matter to God. Therefore, to be a genuine pastor and disciple of Jesus Christ, lost people will matter to the Pastor, who is to instill this value in the heart of the Kingdom Diplomats staff and family.

  • The call through the Spiritual Gift to be a Pastor is a high calling and manifests itself in the understanding that this life is one of sacrificial giving; of time, of resources, and of life itself. It is vital that the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor and his/her family know that pastoral ministry is not about them, but about Him, and are totally and uniquely committed to serving Him.


Desirable Qualities

A child of God with boundless energy and compassion is needed.  The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor must meet the qualifications Scripturally of a Deacon/Elder. Additionally, the Kingdom Diplomats Pastor should:

  • Be a person who loves to turn to God in prayer first and foremost, understanding that prayer comes first.

  • Be able to discern people's Spiritual Gifts and God-given talents.  

  • Have compassion with the ability to not enable people’s weaknesses.

  • Have excellent organizational, leadership, and communication skills.  

  • Have experience in leading Scriptural worship and praise.

  • Have excellent management and leadership skills.

  • Possess a high degree of spiritual sensitivity, emotional energy, and mental alertness.

  • Handle stress associated with ministering to people who are experiencing anxiety, grief, loss, pain, stress, and suffering.

  • Be able to speak comfortably and truthfully with groups of any size.  

  • Be able to connect and maintain a great relationship with the community.

  • Be a person who directs guides, suggests, and intervenes only if absolutely necessary.

  • Not manage by committee, being able to follow Scripture, making decisions based on counsel with the Lord through Scripture.

  • Frequently ask; “What did Jesus do?” “What would Jesus do?” “What does Jesus want me to do?”

  • Prefer to allow others to shine, applauding them from the sidelines, staying off all pedestals, preferring to be seen as another fault-filled, work-in-progress, trying to serve his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

  • Use the macro-management style; allowing for mistakes, growth, and strengthening of ideas by allowing those put in charge to be in charge.


Desired Spiritual Gifting: Compassion, Compassion, Discernment, Healing, Pastor, Perceiver, Prophet


The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor is given the authority to create, build, and oversee an entire operation serving God in a community filled with the unchurched, hurting, desperate people. The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor has oversight of all of the programming and services provided by the Kingdom Diplomats, by the staff, volunteers, Partners, and all whom come to its facilities. The Kingdom Diplomats will only succeed when it moves forward on its knees. The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor is an individual committed to the ways of God; compassionate about prayer; and is committed to teaching, leading, and participating in Spirit-filled Scriptural praise, worship, and programming at the Kingdom Diplomats and throughout the community.

Working Conditions Note: The position of Kingdom Diplomats Pastor requires great flexibility in hours available for work, including evenings and weekends. The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor is required to have regular office hours posted each week to be accessible to Partners of the Diplomats and to be able to communicate with the Diplomats Staff. Being able to leap tall buildings in a single leap and stop a racing car cold are not required.

It is the policy of Never-Ending Grace Corporation and the Kingdom Diplomats that qualified individuals with disabilities are not discriminated against because of their disabilities regarding job application procedures, hiring, and other terms and conditions of employment. It is further the policy of Never-Ending Grace Corporation and the Kingdom Diplomats to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in all aspects of the employment process. Never-Ending Grace Corporation and the Kingdom Diplomats is prepared to modify or adjust the job application process or the job or work environment to make reasonable accommodations to the known physical or mental  limitations of the applicant or employee to enable the applicant or employee to be considered for the position he or she desires, to perform the essential functions of the position in question, or to enjoy equal benefits and privileges of employment as are enjoyed by other similarly situated employees without disabilities, unless the accommodation will impose an undue hardship. If reasonable accommodation is needed, please contact Never-Ending Grace Corporation, PO Box 13736, Milwaukee, WI 53213, phone 414-430-5800.

The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor’s salary will be $110,00 per year, with an adjustment possible based on previous experience. The average Pastoral salary in the City of Milwaukee is $42,100; the average salary in the state of Wisconsin is $102,427 (as of January 26, 2023), with a range falling between $84,183 and $116,089. The median is $104,427.  The Kingdom Diplomats Pastor will also receive the Never-Ending Grace Corporation benefits package (see attached).

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