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NLY Adult Youth Leader Application

NLY Adult Youth Leader Application

New Life Youth Leader Application

Thanks for taking the time to submit a New Life Youth Leader Application. If you would prefer a paper copy, please visit to download the PDF. All submissions will go to Pastor Christian upon completion. If you have any questions at all about the process, don’t hesitate to reach out to him at 608-756-4175 ext 107 or by email at


We desire to see each leader using their specific God-given gifts to help further the Kingdom through NLY and here is our plan to help you get there:

  1. Must be in agreement with the tenets of faith of NLAG.
  2. Be a member or a regular attendee of NLAG, having attended NLAG for at least three consecutive months.
  3. Complete this ministry involvement application.
  4. Be loyal to the ministries of NLAG.
  5. Be faithful to your assigned position. Showing up at least 15 minutes before a service or event allows for us to feel prepared as a team.
  6. Follow us on social media. This will keep you up-to-date with weekly services and events and then we can follow you, too.
  7. Facebook: nlyjanesville
    Instagram: nly_janesville

  8. Attend all meetings and our annual leadership retreat.
  9. Be faithful to attend youth services: Wednesday evening from 6:30pm-8:00pmand Sunday morning 9:00am and 10:45am. We have a “serve one, attend one” mentality at NLAG. This means if you are serving in one another of ministry outside of the service specifically on a Sunday morning, we expect that you attend the other service as a way to stay connected with the church body.
  10. Keep communication open with the team; if you can’t fulfill a commitment last minute that’s okay! We just want to know.
  11. Be mindful of your appearance. Not only is it important for us to be neat in how we appear, but we also have a responsibility through social media to exemplify Christ in our pictures and posts.
  12. Be committed to accountability and confidentiality. There is a confidence we need to maintain through this ministry with the young men and women we help and counsel as well as with one another.
      1. Men will counsel young men and women will counsel young women; If a student of the opposite gender is seeking you out either in person or on social media bring another leader of the opposite gender in on it with you! This communicates to our families at NLAG that we set up healthy boundaries in this ministry.
      2. We should not find ourselves alone with a student—whether that’s driving them home or even meeting them somewhere in public. Invite along more students or another leader!
      3. If a student comes to you with signs of harm to themselves or someone else, notify a pastor immediately.
      4. If there is something that you don’t feel you can handle, talk with a pastor and we can figure it out together!