There are many volunteer opportunities that are quietly filled by those who see the need that it's easy to miss the true number of volunteers. Recognizing your volunteers and using these ideas to find new ones can help you overcome this challenge
While pastors aren't trained counselors, they are able to discuss a variety of life issues from a scriptural perspective. However, there are practical aspects to consider in advance. Listen for what you need and how to get it.
Care Ministry programs can be a natural way to serve both members and the community. Understanding your capacity and goals can help you decide how to advertise each program and set them all up for success!
Investing more resources seems like a reasonable solution to turn around a declining situation, but is it? Sometimes the church has entered into a new season and needs to reassess strengths to refocus ministry efforts. Practical examples lead you through this thought-provoking topic.
Few things stop someone in their tracks as does a terminal diagnosis. Get practical advice for how to care for those facing the end of this earthly life, helping them both spiritually and with the everyday details.
Reflecting together with volunteers on how their service is making a difference and talking about how they've grown, helps put those volunteers on a discipleship path for growing and serving. Guest: Matthew Schultz