Rethink Staff Structure is an innovative course that will cause you to completely rethink the way you have thought about staffing your ministry. Ministry is changing at an alarming rate. The culture our churches are called to reach is shifting faster than ever. However, most churches staff and lead like they did in 1995. It is possible (actually likely) that your staffing structure is getting in the way of your effectiveness. It is possible that your biggest challenge isn’t a lack of staff, but how you’ve organized your staff. Let’s think outside the box and consider structures that will help you build an amazing ministry team.
Session 1 - Rethinking What You Thought You Knew
Session 2 - Learning to use the tool called “Structure”
Session 3 - How to Design New Jobs
Session 4 - Dials to Fine-tune your Structure
Session 5 - Structuring for Growth
Session 6 - Taking Your First Steps
Session 7 - Putting It All Together and Making a Plan
Duration: 7 Sessions
Group Type: On-Demand Course
Dates & Times
Facilitators: Kenny Conley & Dan Doerksen
- 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.
Dan leads the Family Ministries team at the Winkler MB Church in Manitoba, Canada. He is currently pursuing an MA in Organizational Leadership and loves talking about all the behind-the-scenes aspects of ministry - systems, structures, strategies, etc. In fact, he will probably talk about those things longer than you want him to. He also loves making really good coffee and talking about making really good coffee. His favourite people are his wife, his 7-year old daughter, and his two 3-year old twin boys. You can read more from him at www.dandoerksen.me