If you’re leading a team of volunteers or oversee a ministry, you celebrate and search after growth. In Jim Wideman’s informative book, Stretch – Structuring Your Ministry For Growth, he asks the questions, “If a hundred new families walked into your church, would you know what do do with them? Would their kids have teachers? Would they even have a classroom? If fifty people who wanted to serve approached you this Sunday, could your system handle it?” These questions will challenge your thinking and throughout the book you will be see how to create a growth structure for your ministry.
Stretch Teaches The Following Topics:
The Importance of Structure
Making Room to Receive
Beginning Keys to Building Structure in Ministry
Structuring Yourself for Growth
Enlarging the Abilities of Those You Lead
Structuring Your Organization for Growth
Structuring Your Volunteers for Growth
Structuring Your Facilities for Growth
Communicating Your Structure
Questions to Ask Yourself
If you desire to apply Biblical principles of structuring your ministry for growth, then Stretch is for you. Pick up a copy for yourself and then lead your team through each chapter. Take steps today, to move away from a maintenance model and create a strategic plan for the ministry you are stewarding.
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