If you have been in church ministry for a length of time, you understand that there are times that your ministry is languishing or ebbing, as well as times that your ministry is full of momentum. In either scenario, the importance of motivation is still key if you want your church to thrive. In this video, you will learn how to lead people in terms of motivation as you are in a time of languish, as well as when you are in a time of momentum.
As times in your ministry occur in which things may not be going as planned, it can be easy, as a leader, to let emotions take over and express your frustration to the people around you. Critical thinking is beneficial, but as you are in this situation, it is very important that you stay positive and encouraging. At the end of the day, no matter how things are going, you are still the leader in the room. While this seems like a difficult, or nearly impossible thing to do, there are some strategies that you should take in order to remain in a position where effective motivation can happen through your leadership. In this video, you will learn what these strategies are, and how to apply them.
On the other hand, when you are experiencing times in your ministry where there seems to be momentum, this is a great opportunity to motivate people to action. This is all about how you respond to the momentum that you are experiencing. When you respond to your momentum in the right way, the avenues that you can take to motivate people to action are endless.
In this video, you will learn six ways that you can motivate when you feel like the ministry is languishing (ebbs). You will also learn four ways that you can motivate when you feel the momentum of growth in ministry (flows).
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