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How to Offer Training Volunteers Want to Attend

How to Offer Training Volunteers Want to Attend

Training is an essential part of your Children’s Ministry. But it can be a challenge to get your volunteers to attend. It will always be a challenge and, likely, reaching 100% attendance will be next to impossible. But there are some things which we can do to make it more likely that volunteers will attend,… Continue Reading

7 Ways To Help Volunteers Succeed

7 Ways To Help Volunteers Succeed

Children’s Ministries depend on volunteers. That’s the way it’s supposed to be – the body of Christ carrying out the work of the ministry. As leaders in the church, it’s our job to help them succeed. Here’s how we can do that: Continue Reading

11 Ways To Retain Volunteers In Your Ministry

11 Ways To Retain Volunteers In Your Ministry

If you’ve been leading in Children’s Ministry for very long, you’ve probably figured out that one of your best ways to build your volunteer team is to keep the ones you’ve already got! Retaining volunteers is critical to continued health and growth in your ministry. But sometimes it seems like we’ve got a revolving door… Continue Reading

5 Keys to Managing Unhappy Volunteers

5 Keys to Managing Unhappy Volunteers

If you’ve been leading volunteers in Children’s Ministry for more than a little while then you’ve been there – face to face with an unhappy volunteer. It’s part of leading and managing in ministry, and it’s inevitable. In some case, the volunteer has every reason to be upset. Other times, you walk away shaking your… Continue Reading

4 Ways To Retain Volunteers

4 Ways To Retain Volunteers

Do you have challenges when it comes to keeping volunteers? In some case, it may be just fine to have a volunteer leave (see this post for why that might be true). But in most case, we want to do everything we can to retain the volunteers we have. In fact, I’ve always said that… Continue Reading

7 Tips For Communicating With Volunteers Over Email

7 Tips For Communicating With Volunteers Over Email

Some people love email while others absolutely hate it. Like me, I’m sure you lean one way or the other and it’s probably influenced by how your church uses email. Our staff uses email regularly and we expect our staff and volunteer leaders to communicate with their teams weekly or bi-weekly, usually through email. Email can… Continue Reading

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