The Big Book Of Job Descriptions For Ministry: Over 200 Ministry Job Descriptions To Help You Identify Opportunities And Clarify Expectations. Cd-Rom Included.
Publish Date: 2002-01-03
Author: Dr. Larry Gilbert;Cindy Spear
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Building an effective team depends on putting the right people in the right place. Every Christian has a place in the ministry of the church. When you clarify each ministry position and spell out the responsibilities of the position beforehand, each person-whether paid or volunteer-can understand what is expected and serve more effectively. Ministry Job Descriptions: leave less room for misunderstanding clarify responsibilities of ministry positions reduce the possibility of mistakes attributed to I didnt know decrease confrontational incidents due to lack of direction or policy allow Christians to serve more effectively provide information for recruiting ministry volunteers and staff members help organize and equip your team, creating a sense of unity identify which gifts tend to fit which positions. When Church Growth .org received calls from several churches asking for job descriptions, they began researching the topic and found that the majority of churchesno matter the sizedid not have written job descriptions, yet they wanted them. This manual is the tool any church or organization can use to develop comprehensive job descriptions. Includes: 316-page reproducible paperback manual of directions, suggested leadership requirements, ministry targets, a sampling of group names used in ministry to different groups, and over 240 ministry descriptions plus a CD of the ministry description files so you can adapt and print them to fit your own specifications. Original ISBN: 9780830729180