Young people have the potential to change the world when they’re equipped to love God, love others, and make disciples. That potential increases when the local church and families partner together to love, serve, and bear fruit for Christ.
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Imagine an environment where people are excited about working with your ministry, committed through hard times, engaged in deep and meaningful relationships, and trusting each other and their leaders. That kind of ministry will be exponentially effective, and God will be glorified as we are conformed into His image in these areas. Here's how to cultivate that environment in your ministry.
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.
Because of so many Millennials leaving Christianity, fewer Americans will grow up in the church or even hear about Jesus as a child. Who will lead them to Jesus? And how?
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?
To be truly effective disciplers, we must connect with God before teaching others to do the same.
Talking to our children about hell is not an easy thing. But the reality is that if we give our children an accurate portrayal of the gospel, it must include the eternity of pain we are spared from when we believe in the gift of salvation that Jesus purchased for us.
It’s most important as ministry leaders to really know who God is and what His character is. He is the why of what we do.