It is true that exceptional amounts of talent, rigor, and intelligence can lead to the creation and continuation of successful organizations. With that said, raw ability does not account for the entirety of this success. There is a missing element aside from these things that will make or break an organization regardless of everything else. Teamwork is the missing element. Teamwork in ministry is absolutely key for your church to thrive in the plans that God has. Building teams creates church growth.
Perhaps when you think of teamwork, you immediately think of your favorite sports team. Maybe you think of a team or organized group that you have been a part of. As you think of all the successes and failures of a team, no matter what the circumstances surrounding the situation were, we can guarantee that they can be linked back to teamwork. You cannot have a successful organization without embracing the importance of teamwork. This is why building teams creates church growth so well.
A lack of teamwork equals lack of unity which is needed for a ministry to function. On the other hand, ministry flourishes when we join together to accomplish what God has in store for us. If we truly believe that we are the body of Jesus Christ, it is imperative that our leadership reflects a fundamental belief in working together to achieve all that we do. The truth is, God has called everyone to share the gospel, so why would we even attempt to do it alone?
In this series:
We will discuss the purpose of teamwork in ministry, as well as how to make it happen. We will cover many key topics such as: how to build a team, how to lead a team, the dynamics of a team, and how to create teamwork. This series is sure to propel you towards effective teamwork in ministry. We want to allow you to generate the unity and togetherness that is so crucial for every team to have. Building teams creates church growth. It is time to value your teams in ministry!
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