How To Train Your Team Without Exhausting Resources Or Trust

2 Areas That Can Improve Your Meeting Experience

Training your team can get costly in a variety of ways.  You can waste people’s time and lose their trust if what you provide isn’t worth the sacrifice.  To make it quality you spend a lot of money, which can drain your budget.  We know meetings are important, but how do you make them worth it?

To ease the burden you need to:

The Perfect Agenda For Your Planning Meetings

6 Components That Your Agenda Must Have

As summer is quickly approaching the temptation is to wind down and relax.  The reality is you can’t afford to shut things down completely.  In fact now is the perfect time to plan and prepare for the next year.

How do you prepare for the next year?  It’s about bringing your key people together and making sure you have a comprehensive plan.  To develop a solid plan you need to make sure your meeting involves:

How To Know You’ve Made It As A Youth Minister

4 Signs That Will Tell You That You Are Moving In The Right Direction

Early on in my ministry when the attendance numbers would drop I wondered, “When am I going to make it?”  I was working out of frustration because my expectations of success weren’t being met.

Success has so many more signs than attendance numbers.  It’s more than awards and public praise.  And success doesn’t signify that you’ve made it to a point where you can sit back and relax.  Success in youth ministry means:

Does Everyone On Your Team Have Your Back?

5 Steps Every Leader Should Take To Address Disloyalty

 

You can’t do ministry on your own, you need a team.  But, what happens when you feel like someone on your team doesn’t have your back?

The only thing worst than doing ministry on your own is running it with a team that you feel like is disloyal and undermining.  If you ignore it, it will only grow and eventually take you out of the game.  To address it you need to:

How To Get Teens Excited About Serving

4 Fresh Approaches To Building A Servant Leader Culture

I love helping out a teenager; however, my eyes roll every time I have to sign off on a service hour requirement for school.  While I love the fact that teens are getting involved I don’t like that it’s become a requirement.

Teenagers need to serve because it helps them grow as disciples, but making them do it as a requirement is not the answer.  If you want to grow disciples who serve locally, nationally and internationally because they Love God and Love Others then you need to make sure you: