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The Passionate Volunteer & the Communicator: Seeing Eye to Eye

By Stacy Yates | Aug 14, 2018 9:00:00 AM

In my last post I touched on how I ditched a well-thought-out communication request form for more personal interactions with our ministry leaders. I think this idea of relationship building goes even deeper than with the leaders; it applies to each volunteer too.

Our goal as church staff members, called or not, is always to be personal and to connect. But sometimes a volunteer not seeing the bigger mission of the church can drive a wedge between what the volunteer wants to do with a specific ministry and what should be done. As a communicator, I know for me anyway that this wedge can create unnecessary friction. We want to help the congregation and pastors achieve our church goals, to do our job, and to make everyone happy. We all know that is easier said than done! Am I right?

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Agile Failing for Church Communications

By Seth Hinz | Apr 25, 2017 9:00:00 AM


Done is better than perfect, and I needed to learn to get to “done” faster.

True confessions - rapid fire edition.

  • I love working on teams.
  • I love getting feedback on my work.
  • I hate working alone.

Here’s the problem: Most of the time, I work alone, in an office digging away at code, video editing, graphic design, you name it.

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How to Keep Your Staff on the Same Page and Organized

By Ann Ciaccio | Dec 12, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Whether you are speaking of corporate staff or church workers, keeping staff organized and on the same page is critical to the success of your mission.

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Adult Ministry for 20-Somethings

By Hannah Osborne | Jun 21, 2016 9:00:00 AM

I just graduated from college, and aside from trying to find a real grown-up job, the hardest part about being a 20-something is the lack of ministry geared toward people my age.

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How to Deal with Different Personalities in the Church

By Hannah Osborne | Mar 31, 2016 9:00:00 AM

When working with other people, you will inevitably run into those who are different from you—different in terms of work style, work ethic, and personality.

We are all unique, but those differences make us who we are. How we work, how we collaborate, and how we interact with others is often determined by our personality.

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How to Improve Ministry Staff Communications Using the Cloud

By Katy Munson | Feb 11, 2016 9:00:00 AM

If you’re reading this, I probably don’t have to tell you that communication is vital, especially for your church staff and ministry teams.

That’s why you’re here—you care about your message and how you share it. One of the greatest influences on how a congregation’s message is shared comes from how the church staff or ministry team communicates with one another.

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