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Your clients may need help getting getting in the holiday spirit this year. How to coach ministry leaders to see the holidays through fresh eyes.
A change in Senior Pastor leadership is never easy. Whether the change is sudden or a planned retirement, knowing the stages of succession and how to manage each well lessens the sting and sets the church up for a healthy transition.
There is plenty of work to be done. Opportunities to serve together abound. So what is at the root of churches struggling to keep their volunteers?
In the short term, an unhealthy team may be able to get things done. But there will be a time when they can no longer hold it together. When that happens, any progress made is lost. Here are 5 qualities of healthy, effective teams and how to coach your leader to build them.
Volunteers are at the core of getting ministry done and moving vision forward. Recruiting and training volunteers can be a full time job… and everything can still fall apart. Here’s how to coach your ministry leaders to spot, train, and mobilize volunteers that get the job done and come back to serve again.
Recruiting volunteers has always been a touchy ministry subject. But since the pandemic recruiting and keeping volunteers and lay leaders necessary to run a ministry has become increasingly difficult. Here’s 5 reasons why.