Every ministry needs capable and reliable volunteers, but so often it feels like no one is coming forward to fill your church's needs. In reality, the people around us do want to volunteer their time and talents, but we often fail to connect potential volunteers to ministry opportunities or lose them somewhere along the way.
The Volunteer Effect is your start-to-finish guide to recruiting, leading, and retaining volunteers for your ministry. Based on solid management theory delivered in an engaging narrative form, this book shows you how to recruit people to a mission, not just a role; create low-risk entry points; build a team that evokes pride; train them for the bigger picture; and much more.
Your most effective volunteers are already in your church! Let this resource show you how to find-and keep-them.
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