Onboarding volunteers is a very interesting topic to discuss, because each and every church has a unique culture that requires different types of volunteers and demands certain expectations of those volunteers. As this is true, it can be very easy to become overwhelmed when you are trying to figure out how your volunteers fit into the culture your church is striving to create. Beyond that, it can be stressful to simply fill the volunteer slots that are necessary to have church on the weekends. The good news is that there are several universal strategies that you can use to effectively onboard volunteers that are needed in your church. In this video, you will learn seven key steps that you can take in order to onboard enough volunteers that suit your needs as a church.
It is crucial to realize that, since your church is unique in its God-given purpose, the most important prerequisite to your onboarding strategy is consistency in prayer. God knows exactly what your church is going through, what it is called to achieve, and what the situation of the church will look like later down the road. Since God places unique purpose in each church, it is important to realize that church leaders must rely on God to provide the right volunteers. In this video, you will learn more about the importance of prayer when it comes to onboarding volunteers based on specific reasoning.
The fact is, the right people are out there, it is just a matter of maintaining consistency when it comes to the people who are serving in your church. After you’ve prayed and trusted God for volunteers, you can begin to think logically about your onboarding process. This video will provide you with 7 strategic steps that will assist you in creating and maintaining a successful onboarding system for your volunteers.
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