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Building a Team
A strong, healthy leadership team is the foundation of your ministry.
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Great teams achieve great things. With these handouts, build a dynamic team that can lead your church and ministry and tackle the challenges of ministry together.

This 17-page resource offers biblical reflection, wisdom from experienced pastors, and practical tips on how to identify leaders and bring them together as a unified force to make your ministry's vision a reality.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Build a Better Team
What to keep in mind when building a team.

Defining Unity
Keep the vision before you at all times.

Turning Committees into Communities
Keys to becoming mission-focused.

Recruiting Team Players
Questions to preempt unnecessary conflict.

Qualities of a Winning Team
6 characteristics of servant leaders.

Strength to Strength
Adding personnel to round out your team.

Building Camaraderie
Time together refreshes and motivates.

The Basis for Team Spirit
It begins with how we feel about God.

What Makes a Strong Player
The interests of Jesus must prevail.

Teamwork Ground Rules
10 keys to an effective ministry.

Decisions by Consensus
Discerning God's will in meetings.

The Mixed-Gender Team
We are called to unity in the body and on our ministry teams.

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The Mixed-Gender Team
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Partnering with the Persecuted
Meeting the Christians in Laos.

Topics:Development, Leadership, Management, Recruiting, Succession, Teams, Teamwork
Filters:Church staff, Discipleship, Elder, Pastor, Pastoral care
References:Romans 12:9, John 17:22, 1 Corinthians 12:12-31
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February 18, 2015  3:39am


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Richard Inkabi

July 15, 2014  6:05pm

The church has way of draining or watering down your anointing, common people want you to share their commoness with them. This is the place of retreat for you as a minister. Take out time alone with God and come back with an anointing to take down the city.

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Samuel Sinnah

August 10, 2013  8:47am

The brief overview strikes the nail on the head with regards the question of church leadership ... the making of leaders within the ambit of divine will. I am thrilled by reading through the overview which assures me of a powerful encounter with my absence teacher on this matter.

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