Building Your Volunteer Team: A 30-Day Change Project for Youth Ministry


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by Mark DeVries, Nate Stratman. InterVarsity Press, 2014.

Youth ministry experts Mark DeVries and Nate Stratman are so confident that their process will secure youth volunteers that they offer a money-back guarantee and an additional $20 product financial incentive from their organization, {{Ministry Architects | http://www.ministryarchitects.com}}. The process itself is a “thirty-day boot camp” that promotes teamwork and effective collaborative ministry. Each week follows the same rhythm: “balcony day,” five days securing volunteers or working the process, and reflection and Sabbath on the seventh day. Two additional people-prayer partners-accompany and meet weekly with the primary user. The authors give explicit directions and tasks for each day and suggest that users set aside two hours a day for each of the “build” days. Tasks are not limited to, but include the following: meeting with potential volunteers, reflection questions, creating an organizational chart, and written and e-mail communication.

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