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The Power of Motivation in Ministry

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Have you ever been in a situation where you cannot seem to figure out why volunteers, key members of the church, or even staff members are not performing to the potential that you know that they possess? Maybe you’re finding yourself in a place where it is nearly impossible to delegate your responsibilities, such as cleaning up after an event, because people do not seem interested in helping. For some of you, the situation could simply be that you know a leader can reach new heights and greater levels of leadership, but there is a lack of motivation that is hindering them from doing so. In situations like these, it is crucial that you understand the importance of the power of motivation.

One of the keys to understanding the importance of motivation within the church, is how to identify the types of people that could grow from an increase in motivational leadership. Along with that, it is important to know how to motivate people according to the position or situation that they are currently in. In reality, every person can grow in some way or another. There are ways to motivate people to initial action, so that they can start being a part of the functionality of the church. Along with that, there are ways to motivate the most key leaders in your church to an even higher level of leadership. In this video, you will learn more about the importance of motivation in your church.

The power of motivation is crucial to the survival of the church. If nobody is motivated to serve, lead, and minister to people, the church cannot function. This video will teach you about the importance of motivation in all levels of leadership so that you can identify the people who could grow in your church. You will learn three key thoughts on the power of motivation.

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