VV High School Director

15% Assist in the development (recruitment and training) of the ministry teams needed to effectively minister to the needs of HDC’s Victorville Campus high school students (ninth through twelfth grades), utilizing the ministry gifts God has given to the HDC family.

30% Assist in developing the teams necessary to staff and prepare camps, retreats, and events for HDC’s high school ministries.

30% Assist and coordinate HDC’s high school ministries small groups. Assist and coordinate HDC’s student ministries weekend worship services

10% Mentor students and volunteers towards a more oikocentric lifestyle and ministry.

15% Participate in general duties:

Hospital visitation

Parishioner encouragement

Daily prayer meetings

Small Group participation


Board Reports

Staff meetings/retreats

Staff training events



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About High Desert Church

High Desert Church is an evangelical community ministering to approximately 12,000 active participants. HDC is a multi-site church, extending our mission to four different regional communities (Victorville, Apple Valley, Hesperia and Phelan) through separate worship experiences and strategic opportunities for personal growth.


This particular role is a part of HDC’s Apple Valley site, which was HDC’s second of our four sites. 2017 will mark HDC Apple Valley’s seventh anniversary. Apple Valley is also HDC’s second-largest site, with attendance generally ranging between 1,000 and 1,250 people.


HDC’s purpose is to prepare every generation to change their worlds for Christ. Throughout biblical history, God has utilized the "extended family" as His primary target for evangelism. That group of close relationships, which we refer to as your "world," is framed by the Greek word oikos (household), a word that surfaces often throughout the Greek New Testament. On average, it is made up of anywhere from eight to fifteen people whom God has supernaturally and strategically placed on your life’s front burner. Our ministry is designed to specifically prepare individuals to more effectively engage those "eight to fifteen," their oikos, with both a clear demonstration and articulate declaration of faith in Jesus.


HDC seeks to fulfill our purpose within the framework of our core values:


1) Truthful - We believe that the Bible is the inspired, infallible and authoritative Word of God; that it is not simply another tool that one can draw on from life's smorgasbord of self-improvement resources; and that it is true all the time, for everyone in every generation.


2) Helpful - We believe that God's people should leave every church experience feeling confident that the principles they heard or the encouragement they received will make them more effective worldchangers.


3) Durable - We believe that a local church should be structured in such a way as to provide for effective ministry through multiple generation cycles, depending less on the personality of a single leader and more on the team model of leadership.


4) Enjoyable - We believe that there is no good reason for church to be boring, that both spiritual enrichment and personal enjoyment can coexist.