As a children's ministry director, you can't do it all. If you've tried to fly solo, you already know this. You need to surround yourself with a team of dedicated and energetic volunteer leaders. But this, as you also probably know, is a need that's easier to identify than to fill.
This training tool provides solid principles for developing ministry leaders. Read on to find out how you can equip your children's ministry program with enthusiastic and qualified leaders.
This tool is adapted from "Developing Coaches and Future Leaders," a PromiseLand Conference workshop by David Weil with Judy Williams. PromiseLand is a ministry of the Willow Creek Association.
This Resource contains all of the following:
There are three components to developing dynamic ministry leaders: creating vision, overcoming obstacles, and maximizing talents and gifts.
Step One: Creating Vision
Great things don’t just happen; they require a vision.
Step Two: Overcoming the Obstacles
Encourage your volunteers to be leaders by dealing with these three obstacles.
Step Three: Maximizing Talents and Gifts
Help your volunteers develop their full potential.
Ministry Assessment Plan (M.A.P.)
Use this chart to record the development of each of your leaders.
Identify the leadership styles of your volunteers using these ten descriptions.
The Five Love Languages
Identify what communicates love to you and those around you.
These nine paths show the variety of ways that we worship God.
Shepherding Plan Assessments
These surveys can help you identify areas of strength and weakness in yourself and in your leaders.
Also of Interest