Practical Ministry Skills
Cultivating a Positive Church Culture
Healthy teams make healthy churches.
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"In ministry work, it's easy to get bogged down by numbers and results and lose sight of the individuals behind the committees and boards. But a positive church culture is one that nurtures the gifts of individuals so they can best serve the body without getting burned out.

This 34-page resource will help you evaluate your church's or ministry's current culture and make changes that will benefit your staff, your ministry team, and the entire church.

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:

Creating a Positive Culture (free sample)
Strive to build confidence and self-esteem in your people.

Ministry Team Diagnostics
How to avoid the five most common dysfunctions of a ministry team.

Leading a Holistic Church Staff
Positive and healthy leaders focus on developing the giftedness of each person they lead.

Turning Committees Into Community
Secrets to helping people actually enjoy committee and board assignments.

Overseeing Your Team
We must constantly remind ourselves that we're here to help other people succeed. It's in their success that we experience success.

The Mixed-Gender Team
How men and women can work in sync.

Be True to Your Church's DNA
Each church has a unique make-up that's essential to its life, health, and future.


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Topics:Accountability, Church Staff, Committees, Communication, Empowerment, Health, Leadership, Team building, Unity
Filters:Church board, Management, Pastor, Pastoral care, Volunteer
References:Philippians 2:1-5, Matthew 20:24-28, Colossians 3:12-17, 2 Timothy 2:1-10
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