I'm looking for a "tool" to use to effectively evaluate various ministries in the church. Thoughts?
...trying to get some accurate advice on liability, child protection, and donations/taxes with regards to a ministry that has grown at our church...
Here are some suggestions for removing volunteers who aren’t working out.
Here are 10 suggestions for recognizing your volunteers and showing them your appreciation.
Faith formation is an elusive term. How do we know if faith is being formed in children, teens, and adults, and does faith look the same for everyone?
A great article from "Faith and Leadership" came out today with some good suggestions for building an effective team. These suggestions may be helpful in your church council.
Different churches face different challenges. These challenges framed the goals, showing where we need to go. These goals will enable us to better assist each other in mapping out our unique routes.
Curious what the Connections Project teams have learned after just six months of talking to congregations and individuals about ministry resources? Keep reading to find out.
Meet the three regional teams who are working with congregations in Southern California, Southern Ontario, and the US Midwest!
Attached you will find a document with lots of ideas on how to increase active engagement in your church's ministries. Take a look!
Leading volunteers to use their energy and gifts to serve the local church can be a tremendously rewarding experience. But leadership always brings its challenges. The following articles may be able to assist you in your leadership role.
Disengaging a volunteer can be a delicate and challenging situation for ministry leaders, but the following articles may give you some guidelines and advice.
In order to assist you in developing an effective Volunteer Engagement Strategy, ServiceLink has prepared the attached document outlining 13 Tips for Engaging God's People in Ministry.
Attached is a Ministry Evaluation form tool that was developed by one church to assist in evaluating their ministry programs by gathering feedback from volunteer ministry leaders.
ServiceLink has prepared a series of downloadable documents that can assist you in creating job descriptions for a variety of volunteer ministry positions, and that meet the needs and realities of your congregation.
The articles linked below can provide you with ideas and information for recruiting volunteers to serve in the ministries of your congregation.
The articles linked below can provide you with ideas and information for the orientation and training of your church’s volunteers.
The articles linked below can provide you with ideas and information for creating a more rewarding environment for your church’s volunteers.
To assist your congregation with strategizing and training for effective volunteer engagement, ServiceLink has prepared this series of articles exploring various aspects of volunteer engagement.
For the next two and a half years, ministry leaders in three regions of the CRC will be helping congregational leaders explore new ways to connect with resources for ministry as part of the CRC’s Connections Project.
I recently wrote this text to bless our children's ministry leaders and volunteers after their fall informational meeting. Feel free to use and adapt for your own fall ministries.
Have you ever dreamed of a user-friendly, highly searchable, interactive, online resource library for all your ministry needs? Your dreams are about to come true right here on the Network!