Children's Ministry
Lead a Volunteer-Orientation Meeting
This will help children’s ministry leaders equip volunteers for children’s ministry.
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Overview

This training theme, based upon a session offered at the Promiseland conference, is designed to help leaders design and execute an orientation meeting for new or prospective volunteers to inform and equip them for ministry.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Prepare for the Meeting 
Follow these four steps to get ready for the orientation.

Lead the Meeting 
A breakdown of the agenda.

Investigating What It Means to be a Children's Volunteer 
These steps will help ensure you’re in the right spot in our children’s ministries

Starting Off Right 
Four ways to make a dynamite start on your ministry adventure.

Assessing Your Role 
Questions for discerning why we serve.

Seeing the Bigger Picture 
Your work in children’s ministry has eternal value.


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Topics:Children's ministry, Volunteers
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Christian education, Volunteer
References:Ephesians 4:11-13
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