"The greatest thing you can give is permission—permission to be engaged, to go forward, to fail, to succeed, and even to make you jealous," says Doug Fagerstrom in the resource below. Fagerstrom is talking about what a church worker needs. So often we fail to give our staff and volunteers the proper support, in whatever shape it must take.
This 17-page resource can help your church step up the care it provides for its workers. Inside are a variety of handouts—assessments, devotionals, how-to articles, a case study, and more—you can distribute among your team.
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:
Equip your workers with a blueprint to win a series of victories in ministry.
The Keys: Permission and Relationship
Ministry workers need to see open doors to the leader's office and life.
Treasuring Our Workers
Support and encouragement are the fuel for the fire of your staff and volunteers.
They Expect Respect
Gnawing discontent can often be traced back to perceived acts of disrespect.
Throw Out the Lifeline
How skilled are we at all the ways we can calm the waters that drag workers down?
Just What Are We Doing, Anyway?
Workers with a clear mission avoid the discouragement and frustration of floundering.
Leaders pour themselves into the lives of their co-laborers up close and personal.
I've Got Your Back
Silence can speak volumes when your workers' reputations are at stake.
What Workers Want
Making a caring connection with your team means walking in their shoes.
A Plan For Caring (free sample)
Authentic relationship with church workers requires leaders with a strategy.
Caring Through Relationship
“I want a piece of you” is an opportunity for nurture, and not a threat.
What Do You Need from Me?
Use this activity to provide care for ministry workers through the art of focused listening.