When we miss manage our volunteer we do an injustice to them, us, and the mission of our work. Properly managed volunteers will have deep value in what they do, experience personal growth and attract other skilled people to help with your work. If you feel like there isn't enough time in the day, or you're losing volunteers without really knowing why, then you need to read and practice The Three Keys to Volunteer Management.Read More
You should add whimsy because it creates moments that your students look forward too. Whimsy makes moments that they want to share with their peers in life and on social media. Whimsy helps us create a shared experience and bond.Read More
Having a communication style that invites and clearly lines out expectation results in a better result for everyone you communicate to. Read this article and learn how to increase your volunteers meaning and purpose, how to help your students better understand the transformational message of Jesus, and show your spouse why taking the trash out is a bigger deal than the two minutes it takes actually do it.
This post will teach you three keys to successful communication.
If you’re struggling with coming up with camp fundraisers (or any fund raising) each year, and spending way too much time on fundraising, and it’s taking time away from ministry, then you too will benefit from the 5 foundational fundraising techniques.Read More
No matter your leadership style or job title there has or undoubtedly will be a time when you are a facilitator.
Facilitation happens in dozens of ways throughout our day, if you’re with people either you’re facilitating or they’re facilitating you.Read More
Burn out happens on the inside, long before it's noticeable on the outside.
You don't have to be tired, stressed, and overwhelmed.
You can have a balanced life with boundaries that honor God, your family, and your ministry!Read More
Have you ever been faced with a moment when someone you care for is having a crisis, a pain, a struggle or situation and find yourself wondering “how am I supposed to help THEM?”
Sometimes when faced with a problem in the life of someone we care for we jump to conclusions about that they need. We think “they should read X, or follow Y on twitter, or attend Z event”.
We spout off with helping tips and resources... and cause more pain and suffering.Read More