When it comes down to the core of what makes a team “click” and what makes an organization healthy, trust between the members of the team is critically important.
As a leader your calling is first to your team, to lay down your life for them, care for them, and serve them.
Children’s ministry is, oddly enough, about much more than children’s ministry. It’s also about serving the people on your team.
When good communication is not in place, your people will feel left out, marginalized, and, worst of all, that you don’t trust them. Here are three ways to practice excellent communication within your ministry organization.
When you explain the “why” behind your ministry, people who identify with your vision will “get” it and be passionate about it. They’ll want to join your cause because they care about it.
What if your team found children's ministry an experience that builds them up, strengthens them spiritually, and leaves them wanting to continue working with the team?
God's goal for your ministry is much deeper and more long-lasting and God-glorifying than your get-fruit-quick plan.
Provide discipleship that clearly communicates the depths of the gospel and results in real-life change.
The child of God can claim all the resources of Heaven in his warfare against sin and in his effort to save sinners and build up the kingdom of God.
Prayer accomplishes what the enemy wants to destroy. It draws us closer to God, prevents sin, and enables success in ministry.