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17 Sources for Volunteers

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Just saw this great post on Pastors.com ...a clip from Fields' teaching on finding volunteers. Here's 8 of the 17 he gives:

1. Ask students whom they like.

2. Ask parents whom they trust.

3. Ask existing youth leaders whom they know.

4. Ask the pastor whom he sees an emerging leader.

5. Go to colleges and seminaries at the beginning of the school year to get unconnected students involved in your ministry.

6. Check the church directory and call someone who looks like the type of youth worker you need. (And since there is no specific look, anyone could fit. Just say, "I was looking through the directory and you look like you'd be a great youth worker!")

7. Check out local parachurch organizations (Young Life, Youth for Christ, et cetera) to see whether any of their leaders aren't plugged into a church body.

8. Use parents.

JG



posted by Joshua Griffin @ 5:20 PM |

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