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Mention on Kidology Podcast!

November 7, 2013

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Thank you to Karl Bastian for the mention on his October 23rd podcast “A Recruiting Game Plan.” If you haven’t listened to it yet, check it out! The podcast has tons of great info about recruiting. Recruiting is one of those children’s ministry elements that keeps cropping up. It is rarely anyone’s favorite part of […]

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Why Do You Need a Job Description?

April 3, 2013

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Don’t get scared when you read the words “job description!” I know it sounds very formal and intimidating. It’s really just the writing down of what a specific volunteer position looks like. If you prefer, you can call it a Volunteer Position Description. Why should you have a job description for each volunteer role in […]

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Now is the Time to Start Cultivating Next Year’s Volunteers

March 8, 2012

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Here are three ideas to start cultivating next year’s volunteers. 1. Keep the volunteers you already have through appreciation and training Recruiting is an ongoing issue for children’s ministry leaders. But it is less stressful if you have a core of volunteers who return year after year. The best ways to ensure your volunteers keep […]

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Recruiting – Not Just Anybody

February 17, 2012

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Recruiting can be one of the most stressful on-going aspects of children’s ministry. Volunteers move on or change ministries and the children’s ministry leader is once again searching for a volunteer. It’s nearing the beginning of the Sunday School year and you still need help in the nursery and 2 Sunday School teachers – never […]

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