Children's Ministry
Developing a Leadership Team
There may be nothing more important in your ministry than putting together the right leadership team to accomplish the goals you have for your ministry.
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Overview

"There may be nothing more important in your ministry than putting together the right leadership team to accomplish the goals you have for your ministry. With the right people in the right places, using their gifts to further God's kingdom, amazing things can happen. This tool is adapted from ""Developing Leaders for Children's Ministry"" from Conspire, a Promiseland Conference workshop by David Weil. Promiseland is a ministry of the Willow Creek Association."

This Resource contains all of the following:

Assemble a Leadership Team
Gather together the right people to carry out your vision. Proverbs 15:22

Communicate a Compelling Vision
Learn how to motivate your leaders to accomplish the ministry's goals. Proverbs 21:5

Unleash Your Leaders' Potential
Discover how to grow the leaders in your ministry. Matthew 28:19-20

Additional Resources
Websites and books to help you build your children's ministry.


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Topics:Christian education, Curriculum, Shepherding, Teaching
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Daycare worker, Sunday school, Sunday school, Volunteer, Youth ministry
References:Proverbs 15:22, Proverbs 21:5, Matthew 28:19
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