Part-Time Missionary Teacher

Part-Time Missionary Teacher

TAG Kids’ Club (TKC) Missionary Teachers are called by God to:

  • Teach children God’s Word.
  • Teach children about salvation through Christ Jesus.
  • Reach America’s children who have not yet heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Steps to take as a Part-Time Missionary Teacher:


  • Pray about God’s calling upon you to be a TKC Missionary Teacher.
  • Enlist several others to pray with and for you.
  • Discuss this calling with your pastor.


  • Complete the application to become a TKC Missionary Teacher.
  • Ask your pastor to complete the Personal Reference Form – Click here to download the form >>>
  • Complete a face-to-face interview or phone interview with two TKC board members.
  • Once approved, TKC will send you a link to complete your final application which includes your training costs and personal background check before attending a TKC Leadership Training.


  • This step is for those who have not served as a TKC Volunteer Certified Teacher.
  • Attend a TKC Leadership Training.
  • Begin a local TAG Kids’ Club as a volunteer while completing the steps below. (You can simplify this step by beginning a small TKC within your church during Sunday school or in a Christian school.  The best way to become familiar with the curriculum is to teach it.)


  • Receive training for Ministry Partner Development (MPD). TKC requires all staff to complete “Support Raising Solutions bootcamp” or online “Kingdom Come Training” for their MPD.
  • Missionary Teacher candidates expected to pay the fees for their training. If the candidate is unable to pay the fees upfront TKC may offer a loan for the fees, but will deduct the training fees when your funds are raised and before your monthly salary begins. If the candidate decides to drop out of the program, the candidate is still obligated to repay the loan.


  • Once ministry funds are raised, your monthly salary will begin. You will work toward the goals set forth under “Guidelines for Beginning as a Missionary Teacher.”


  • Continue to reach the goals set under “Guidelines for Beginning as a Missionary Teacher.”

Guidelines for Beginning as a Part Time Missionary Teacher

Semester One: Organize and Begin a TAG Kids’ Club in a local school or church.

  • Choose your location: church or school. Receive permission to meet and teach there.
  • Invite and select volunteer team leaders. Complete their background checks.  Arrange a training meeting with them.
  • Seek other volunteers to help with snacks, materials, attendance, transportation (if needed), etc.
  • Gather materials for the first few lessons. Assemble room decorations, posters, craft boxes, etc.  Materials for later sessions can be gathered on a weekly basis.
  • Invite children to attend. Send home permission forms.
  • Create your small groups. One volunteer team leader for each 3-4 children.
  • Begin teaching lessons.
  • In second month of teaching, begin to seek an additional location for next semester. Goal for second semester is two TAG Kids’
  • Look for potential TKC volunteers to serve with you as volunteers or Missionary Teachers.

Semester Two:  Organize and Implement two (2) TAG Kids’ Clubs in local schools or churches.


  • Organize and implement a brief outreach using TAG Kids’ Club Gospel outline, with your junior (older) students as leaders.
  • Organize your Semester One TAG Kids’ Clubs and seek others to become Volunteer Leader Teachers or Missionary Teachers.
  • Develop a communication network (such as monthly electronic newsletters) with ministry partners, local families and churches.

On-going Missionary Teacher Responsibilities:

  • Part-Time TKC Missionary Teachers will continue to reach the goals determined in the above guidelines.


  • Part-Time TAG Kids’ Club (TKC) Missionary Teachers work 10+ hours a week. The allowable compensation salary is $200/week, which is $10,400 per year.

Training and Accountability:

TKC Missionary Teachers will have the counsel of an experienced TKC mentor/leader, working together to accomplish Year One Guidelines. 

* If these responsibilities are not carried out, the TKC Missionary Teacher will be placed on a probationary status for one year.  If after the year of probation, the Semester two and summer tasks still are not accomplished, the TKC Missionary Teacher’s relationship with TKC will be reevaluated by the Board and a recommendation made about continuing or not continuing the relationship between TKC and the TKC Missionary Teacher.