Too often, the same few faithful people end up volunteering their services in the church, while the majority seems content to watch the action - or lack thereof - from the sidelines. But there is hope for leaders who find themselves in this situation. 'Volunteers for Today's Church' shows ministry leaders how to motivate the stand-by crowd to start playing the game. And although just getting players to sign up is a major task, seasoned coaches know that this is just the beginning. Determining the strengths of each volunteer is crucial for a strong team. Dennis Williams and Kenneth Gangel here provide practical advice on how to dovetail a volunteer's gifts witha ministry that really fits. Included are tips on personal recruiting, teamwork, supervising, training, and keeping workers motivated.This mission statement then brings purpose and meaning to ministry. People will be more motivated to serve as they can see why the church carries out its various ministries. Identifying Objectives From the mission statement a church can writeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Volunteers for Today's Church|
|Author||:||Dennis E. Williams, Kenneth O. Gangel|
|Publisher||:||Wipf and Stock Publishers - 2004-04-08|