Hiring for a ministry is a unique process regardless of position, far removed from the processes of secular job posting, interviewing and hiring; this is never more prominent than when seeking a youth leader. Whether it’s a pastor or a supporting leadership position, anyone responsible for the youth of the church has a unique set
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When you bring someone new onto your staff, whether they’re a volunteer, colleague or even your senior, it’s important to make sure that they know both what’s expected of them and how the ministry around them operates in conjunction with their duties. Knowing where they fit will help new workers feel welcome earlier into the
When in the service of the Lord, it’s common to still be working even when everyone else is home—whether late into the night or for the holidays. As a leader, you must be both willing and capable of showing appropriate gratitude and support for your colleagues and juniors during these long hours, late nights, and