Practical Ministry Skills
Deepen Your Calling
Equip yourself and other leaders to understand and live out your callings.
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Overview

Call: it's the reason you do what you do. Discovering your calling is exciting, as you begin to see how God has uniquely prepared you for his work. But then some days doubts creep in, and you consider leaving the challenges for someone else, someone more talented or equipped. It is in these moments you must dig deep into your calling, to truly understand why God has placed you where he has and how he alone makes it possible to rise to the challenges of ministry.

This 24-page training pack includes a variety of practical tips and suggestions to help you help you understand, develop, and guard your call to ministry. It will equip you live out that calling and help others do the same. NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Your Life's Purpose Statement
A clear purpose can fuel your journey.

Discern Your Direction
Key questions to determine the right course for you.

Heeding the Call

The Presumptuous Leader
Ministry is a high calling.

Keep Growing to Keep Going
The leader who continues to learn can continue to thrive.

Challenging and Caring for People

Calling Killers
These dangerous habits can cripple your ministry.

The Mid-Calling Crisis
How to overcome complacency.

Staying Inspired
Ministry can be discouraging. It's crucial to guard your calling.


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Training New Leaders
Identify potential leaders and get some tips for training these new leaders to be effective through mentoring relationships.

Topics:Call, Calling, Church Staff, Lay Leadership, Leadership, Leadership development, Vision
Filters:Church board, Deacon, Discipleship, Elder, Pastor, Pastoral care
References:Ephesians 4:11, John 17:4, Psalm 139:3, Philippians 1:9-10
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