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I would like to work in…
- Youth / Student Ministry
- Assistant/Associate pastor
- Christian Education
- Young Adult / College Ministry
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- United Methodist church
- Non-denominational church
Corey Konsulis's résuméLast updated
I am a highly relational leader who has spent the last decade helping students and families be with Jesus, become like Jesus, and do what Jesus did.
The Heights Church Plant, Tampa, FL
September 2016 – Present
• Develop Sunday School Curriculum – Psalms: Poems for all of Life and Church History 101 • Preach during the main gathering on Sunday morning • Organized the Writing team – meet weekly with lead pastor, reviewing manuscript, providing editorial feedback • Facilitate City Group out of our home – leading small group in discipleship and spiritual formation
Covenant Life Church Plant, Tampa, FL
January 2013 – September 2016
• Pastoral Intern – year and half intensive designed to explore and build the character of a shepherd. • Weekly meetings – one on one with elders and large group format • Established the Music Ministry Team – found volunteers and managed the volunteer schedule
Sales Executive, USI Insurance Services
April 2018 – Present
• Strategic risk management advisor for High Net Worth individuals and Family Offices • Establish meaningful relationships in brokerage environment with carriers and sales executives • Produce sustainable results in competitive sales atmosphere
Agent in Charge, Business Development & Sales, Most Insurance
July 2014 – March 2018
• Opened and managed new office location in Lithia, FL. • Responsible for establishing business to business networking relationships • Outline sustainable business growth goals and workflows to achieve results • Train new agent hires
MDiv Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Enrolled Online Fall 2020
B.A. Cum Laude, Church Ministry, Trinity College of Florida, 2013
• Teaching & Preaching • Administration • Research • Mentoring & Coaching • Critical Thinking • Managing Teams • Communication • Vision Casting • Curriculum Development • Analytics • Organization
I am married to Kaity and we have 2 boys – Redding and Rhodes. This past year we found ourselves at a crossroads and, through much counsel and prayer, we feel called into full time ministry.
It is not hyperbole to say that our ordinary lives provide all the “stuff” necessary for living a meaningful life of transformation, embodying Jesus right where we are. It is in that arena I long to meet students and help them see Jesus vibrantly at work. As a community, we can apprentice ourselves to Jesus – being with Him, becoming like Him, and doing what He did. This simple, but complex call to life is summed up in the phrase “becoming people of love”. I am convinced that Jesus’ way to life is most compelling and transformative way to live. It is truly what we were created for.
In 2020, we have been caught between ideologies. On the one hand, the dominant culture of reckless freedom, unbridled ego, and obsessive image conscious social media posts, is deafening in their propaganda and allure. The promises of happiness and acceptance, meaning and significance, are primal and compelling, but not substantive. Tapping into our most human desires but leaving us empty. On the other, the ancient promises of a God who is with us, cares for us, and is always active in discernable yet mysterious ways. A God in whom, whether we know it or not, we live and move and have our being. This God who speaks first and defines reality, who invites us into restorative relationship with himself. Relationship that we were created for. Relationship that remakes us fully alive and fully human – what Jesus called “abundant life”.
It’s my hope to see the transformative power of God at work within our community, spilling out from the hearts and homes of our families, into the workplaces, schools, and neighborhoods, leaving a lasting imprint of love and grace, of joy and newness of life.