Is an ineffective structure keeping your ministry team from executing at its highest potential?
In Scripture, we see that God intends for us to serve alongside other people who complete the Body. A well-rounded leadership team — in roles aligned to the strategy — creates a healthier ministry.
How to Enjoy Where You Are Now While Still Looking to the Future
Around this time of year, the mainstream media and Internet meme-machines like to remind us how old we are by telling us all of the things this year’s high school graduates won’t remember because, well, they weren’t even born yet.
That list is usually all pop culture, technology and political references. But what about church? I bet we can make a good list.
When it comes to volunteers, do you lead with a scarcity mentality?
A scarcity mentality can get your church stuck. And not just when it comes to our time or money, but with our people as well.
- What if our volunteers find somewhere better to serve?
- Are we offering them enough opportunities?
- Why does it seem like they’re just not interested anymore?
We have bought into the lie that the mission and vision of our church is not big enough to compete with organizations outside the church that are also fighting for people’s attention. Not only is this harmful for our morale internally, but it’s also a sign of an inwardly-focused church.
The Unstuck Group has an internship program for college students who are passionate about the mission of Jesus and helping the Church get unstuck. We are now accepting applications for our Summer 2018 Marketing & Communications Intern and Sales Intern positions.