Bridging the Volunteer Gap
A course designed to help ministry leaders manage transitions when they find themselves critically short on volunteers.
Bridging the Volunteer Gap Have you ever found yourself short on volunteers? Of course you have, that's the nature of ministry. What about when your ministry is CRITICALLY short on volunteers. This can commonly happen when there's a ministry transition (either strategy or staff), the launch of a new campus, the addition of a new service, or sometimes there's just a really unhealthy situation that has left the rosters bare. Getting out of a significant volunteer deficit isn't easy and usually requires a unique action/strategy. Bridging the Volunteer Gap is a strategy to solve the volunteer problem in two unique ways: a band-aid to give your volunteer-less environments immediate help and a sustainable fix for the long haul.
Session 1 - Defining Your Volunteer Problem
Session 2 - Short Term Strategy: Fake it 'till You Make it
Session 3 - Long Term Strategy: Prioritize Your Volunteer Recruiting Engine
Duration: 3 Sessions
Group Type: On-Demand Course
Dates & Times
Facilitator: Kenny Conley
- This course will go live on Monday, September 30th
- Video content on demand
- Course proceeds at your own pace
Kenny, a 20-year veteran of kids and family ministry, currently serves as the NextGen Pastor at Mission Church in Gilbert, AZ. His passion to see the next generation come to know and follow Christ propels him to constantly rethink how the church approaches ministry to kids, students and their families. Kenny loves to network and collaborate with ministry leaders around the world to push ministry to new levels. Kenny writes at iamnextgen.com and childrensministryonline.com.