Month: April 2014

The “DOs” of Recruiting – Part 3

Some people say no. It’s a cold, hard fact of recruiting people for ministry. Some folks choose not to engage the opportunity you place before them. And, truth is, you should be glad they did. The ability to say no is a bit elusive to many of us. Fear of letting someone down or causing

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The “DOs” of Recruiting – Part 2

In our last blog, we discussed who to look for when you are recruiting helpers for ministry. Remember that jesus was highly intentional in choosing His disciples, and we can’t afford to be careless in our recruiting either. Truth is, when we are, we create many of the problems that make our lives most difficult.

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The “DOs” of Recruiting – Part 1

In our last blog, we identified some of the “DON’Ts” of recruiting people for ministry assignments. When we get desperate or in a hurry to find some help, we tend to make common mistakes. So, if we’re going to have a better plan, what should we do? Over the next few weeks, we’ll walk through

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The “DON’TS” of Recruiting

Getting people involved in ministry is one of the great challenges every pastor faces. When surveyed, this part of the pastoral assignment always tops the list of greatest frustrations in local church ministry. So, desperate to get people involved, we can succumb to common mistakes–mistakes that will end up being more costly than we imagine.

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