One of the parts I love most about a job I greatly love is getting to travel and meet teachers and leaders in the field. At the beginning of the year, I got to visit New Life Tabernacle in Tampa, Florida, and see the tremendous results of a church with a laser focus on children.
I think it’s helpful to hear directly from those who are seeing results so we can get ideas to apply to our own ministry contexts. With that in mind, I invite you to share in a conversation I had with Deon Mills. I’d love to hear how you adapt her suggestions for recruiting volunteers, rotating schedules, and more.
Resources and Links
Closely related to this conversation of getting ideas on building a team of volunteers, I want to strongly recommend the new book, Churchwork. Pastor Rodney Shaw, who has worked with David K. Bernard in leading New Life Austin, writes with a beautiful blend of inspiration and practical instruction, addressing tough topics of what it means to build an effective team.
Teaching to Transform Hearts: Looking for more practical training on teaching and ideas on how to reimagine your ministry? Grab a copy of my book here.