Day to day ministry is a battle. On top of all the emails, phone calls and meetings popping up it can feel like there is problem after problem to tackle. At the end of the day you are glad just to survive, but you wonder, “Have I made a difference?”
Being stuck in urgency is what kills productivity. In fact if all you are doing is putting out fires then you’ll never find progress nor satisfaction in your ministry. What you need to do is take the time to:
Every ministry is meant to grow. As more volunteers, teens and opportunities cross your plate so does the need to build a leadership team.
Your leadership team is a group of people who are not only willing to sacrifice time but take your ministry to a new level. To know who needs to be on your core leadership team depends on how they answer the following questions:
I’ve been at my job for almost 12 years. It’s a good chunk of time and it’s something that I’ve enjoyed. It’s changed my life and made me a better person; however, there have been times where I’ve wondered, “Do I still love doing this?”
Doesn’t matter where you work there are going to be times when you think about leaving. Why you leave matters and it isn’t a decision you should take lightly. If you aren’t sure whether to leave or go make sure you: