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Rachael Johnson

25 Poplar Street Unit A, Menominee, WI 11111

E: rjohnson@anymail P: 555-921-8594
Professional Summary
A spirit-filled believer in the salvation of Jesus Christ who pursues an ongoing relationship with
God, with several years of experience in church ministry. Experienced in both campus and youth
ministry, with a love for all of God’s children. Capable and experienced in staff and volunteer
management, and passionate about church outreach.
-Empathetic and compassionate, readily connecting with parishioners in their sorrows and
concerns. -Strong Biblical background. -Joyful witness to the salvation that Jesus Christ offers to
all humanity. -Experienced and effective public speaker who can communicate clearly verbally as
well as in writing. -An engaging teacher with a strong emphasis on following the promises of the
Old Testament and linking them with their fulfillment of the New Testament. -Self-motivated and
able to manage work tasks independently. -Readily able to relate and connect with all age
categories of the church membership.
Work Experience
Associate Pastor
2013 – Present

 Preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ through weekly worship and Bible study, and equip and
motivate the congregation to reach out with the Good News to all in the community.
 Reach out with pastoral care to the whole church community, especially those who are sick,
homebound, or in crisis.
 Provide oversight of church administration, working with the church council and administrative
staff to further the mission of the church.
 Plan and lead worship services, including integration of the music and youth programs.
 Clearly communicate about the events of the church verbally and in writing.
 Lead specialized church services, such as wedding ceremonies, baptisms, and funeral services.

Youth Pastor
2010 – 2013

 Managed targeted ministries for elementary-aged school children, teens, and college-aged young
adults, including fellowship, Bible study, ministry, and mission outreach.
 Recruited, trained, and supported volunteers to assist in the implementation of all youth
 Integrated youth, specifically teens and college-aged young people, into the ongoing ministries of
the church.
 Provided encouragement and spiritual counseling to youth.
 Engaged with parents of youth with timely communication about youth ministry outreach.

Campus Chaplain
2008 – 2010

 Emphasized the spiritual growth of college students in the campuses surrounding the
 Provided leadership for all college-age church programming in the parish, including special
events and weekly Bible study and worship meetings.
 Led church volunteers in roles that supported the college ministry of the congregation.
 Planned and presented on-campus mid-week Bible studies.
 Held regular weekly office hours at each campus in the congregation’s area.

Master of Divinity

Luther Seminary
Saint Paul Minnesota
Bachelor of Arts in Classic Literature

Wisconsin State University

Stout Wisconsin
Hobbies and Interests
Outside of work, I am engaged in various social justice issues, focusing on grassroots organization to
impact lives in a positive way at the local level. I enjoy taking walks with my two dogs, and I
volunteer at the local animal shelter to take the shelter dogs on walks as well.


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