When I first started in youth ministry over 13 years ago, I remember we used to communicate with our leaders through snail mail and calling a home phone number. Now, times have changed and the way we can communicate with leaders can be much more effective than mailing a letter or calling home phone numbers.
What hasn't changed since I started ministry is the importance of communication with leaders. Communicating with your volunteer leaders is vital to the success of your ministry. After all, if your leaders never know what is going on, how can they be effective in reaching the students or striving for the goals you all have set out to achieve? So making sure your leaders have the right information at the right time takes time and multiple ways to communicate with them. We have come a long way since snail mail and leaving messages on the home phone number so I am sure there
TAKE A MINUTE and think through the various ways you communicate with your leaders. Then, take the poll and post a comment on what has made you either successful or not successful in communicating with your leaders.
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