We’ve compiled some of our best-of Ministry Spark articles for leading volunteers through ministry now. These include articles of encouragement, empowerment, and those with practical ideas for leading in this time.
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If we want our kids to follow God, we need to set an example through our ministry leaders.
As COVID-19 regulations keep changing, let’s consider how volunteers might continue to serve.
Children’s ministry is different, but we can still engage our volunteers and teams!
Ideas for supporting, encouraging, and empowering your volunteers. Let’s be in ministry together for the long run!
Make it your mission—especially in this challenging season—to find and keep volunteers who are on mission.
Show your potential volunteers how ministry can be a blessing—even though they’re busy.
One of the best ways we can love our volunteers is by serving them more than they serve us.
It IS possible to have volunteers who expect to make a difference in the next generation!
Do you ever struggle to have difficult conversations with your volunteers? Check out these practical ideas on handling awkward/icky/difficult children’s ministry issues!
Customize and use these descriptions to help organize the positions that need to be filled in your ministry.
Two ministry leaders discuss how they have been navigating ministry realities and their plans for moving forward.
This series examines each of the nine Enneagram types in relation to leading your volunteers!
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- The Encouragement Every Ministry Leader Needs to Hear Right Now
- What Your Children’s Ministry Needs from You in 2021
- Rest on Every Side: Caring for Your Soul in Spite of What You See
- What Scripture Says About Children’s Ministry