Congregations learn well when they slow things down.
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Latino Protestants are experiencing remarkable growth, according to Pew Research Center. Pew reports that by 2030, half of all Latinos in America will be Protestant. While some gather in Latino...
The purpose of youth ministry is to foster the personal development of faith, theology and relationships for young people ages 6th-12th grades. This usually happens through a variety of lessons,...
This resource describes the four benefits benefits of volunteering, which range from the physical to mental.
This volunteer toolkit is a step-by-step guide to developing and improving your congregation's volunteer program.
This comprehensive website provides information to manage volunteers and programs through online resources, training and consulting.
This organization provides biblically based resources on volunteers and volunteer management, such as training videos, spiritual gifts assessments, background checks, and an online bookstore.
This article discusses five motivations people have for volunteering so that leaders can guide volunteers to a section of ministry that fits with their personal motivations.
This resource argues that 21 century volunteers are different, and thus, congregations must adapt a different mindet in order to engage, recruit, and empower today's volunteers.
This practical guide explains how to sustain a thriving volunteer corps by establishing a culture of volunteerism and functional operations.
This resource walks readers through a 30-day boot camp in order to secure youth volunteers.
This downloadable PDF examines the components of a healthy volunteer culture and provides steps to implement one in your congregation.
Part one in a three-book series, this resource focuses on helping leaders recruit and train volunteers.