Archive | May, 2011

A Quick Way to Honor Volunteers & Build Community with Students

[vsw id=”OiHHs7WLE9s” source=”youtube” width=”570″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”] Last week we shot this video of students and leaders to play at our midweek program. The school year is coming to a close and this is the time of year when I encourage my volunteers to take time off and spend time with their families. It’s also a […]

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Making Volunteer Meetings Worthwhile

A few weeks ago a friend who is starting out in ministry asked me two questions: First Question: “How often do you meet with your volunteers all together”? 1) Meetings Every Two Months, Not Every Month: My volunteers are busy and I prefer to honor their time and their families by keeping it to every […]

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Helping Students Navigate Through Tragedy

T.J. was one of those kids every parent prayed for. At 16 years old, he was strong in his faith, passionate about the mission field, full of joy, and a real practical joker. T.J. was a student who had been at our church for years and was loved by many! This past September, while on […]

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