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We get asked the same set of questions at virtually every event, camp, conference, and training session.
How can I do a better job of recruiting volunteers? How can I keep my volunteers once I get them? We could probably give you a formula that would help you in both areas. There are some very creative ways to recruit volunteers and incredible ways to honor them once they serve in your ministry area.
But what if, instead of considering your volunteers as merely servants in your church, which they are, you looked at them as opportunities for discipleship? Looking through this lens might change your leaders, and your KidMin forever.
Listen in as we discuss the layers of discipleship that go way beyond the point that volunteers just show up. We\’ll touch on some of these points…
- What it means to be a discipled-volunteer
- Casting a vision that will compel leaders to want to volunteer in your KidMin
- Moving beyond the recruitment to the development of leaders
- The Payoff of investing in your volunteers
Jana Magruder serves as the Director of Lifeway Kids. Jana brings a wealth of experience and passion for kids ministry, education, and curriculum writing. She and her husband, Michael, along with their three children attend Forest Hills Baptist Church where she teaches The Gospel Project to preteen girls.
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