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Christmas Gift Ideas for your Volunteers

Jennifer Byrd December 22, 2016

Christmas is a great opportunity to let your volunteers know how much you appreciate them.  Giving a special gift to show your thanks doesn’t have to be complicated, but it does need to be thoughtful. Check out these helpful tips to successful gift giving for your volunteers this Christmas! 3 rules to live by: Get… Continue Reading »

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Recruiting Volunteers by Sharing your “Why”

John Gilman November 15, 2016

Recruiting new volunteers is an ongoing need in growing congregations. As people move or experience a change in life circumstances, they move out of certain volunteer roles, leaving gaps in serving areas. It can be challenging to communicate needs to the congregation without sounding desperate or pleading. The goal is to recruit volunteers who are… Continue Reading »

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Leading the Way by Giving Back

Meredith Mahon Morris November 10, 2016

In the current exhausting political climate, most of us are hungry for some sort of encouragement and a reminder of why we love where we live. We need communities that are unified and working together. We need our coming together to be stronger than the arguments that threaten to tear us apart. We long to… Continue Reading »

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4 Steps to Growing your Volunteer Ministry

Jennifer Byrd November 1, 2016

The world won’t be changed by a church service, but a church that serves can change the world. Churches thrive or die on their volunteer ministry. When people serve willingly and cheerfully, things will change and the church will grow. If people wait for the paid professionals to get the job done, things may never… Continue Reading »

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Recruiting Children’s Ministry Volunteers

Meredith Mahon Morris September 13, 2016

One distinct marker of a strong church is strong volunteers. This is especially important in the children’s ministry. A church that is lacking in dedicated, passionate volunteers committed to excellence and care in their children’s ministry will feel this deficit in other areas of ministry as well. The difficulty is that sometimes these rockstar volunteers… Continue Reading »

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Curb Appeal: Welcoming Visitors into a Clean Church

John Gilman June 29, 2016

It’s easy to become complacent about the state of your church, as it often serves as your office and your home away from home. Even with the best cleaning and building maintenance staff, clean-up and up-keep of the building and the grounds can prove to be challenging. After a few months, you may not even… Continue Reading »

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Keeping Track of Your Church Volunteers 4 Steps at a Time

John Gilman May 14, 2016

In normal, every day churches, volunteers are often in and out of our lives when it comes to their service. Understandably, they have other things going on to fill up their schedule. It’s normal. The biggest negative to the ministry is that managing volunteers can be challenging to track. Knowing what volunteers have been trained… Continue Reading »

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Working with Volunteers Ages 8 – 108

Raina Hanson March 31, 2016

In a world where technology, availability, and expectations vary so much from age group to age group, it’s important to take everyone into account when strategizing about ministry engagement. Take some time to target groups of potential volunteers, recruit new, diverse faces, and come up with ways to keep them involved! Teens Young people are… Continue Reading »

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