What’s New on Stuff Leaders Want!

In an effort to provide you with resources to help you do ministry better, we want to let you know what’s NEW this month!

Stuff For This Week
We at Stuff Leaders Want are constantly writing, recording and researching to provide you with new resources every week. Each week, we will upload stuff for you, stuff for your volunteers and stuff for the parents in your church.

Week 5
For You: The Synergist Book Preview
For Your Volunteers: Social Plan: Strategy
For Your Parents: Fight for the Heart Podcast 

Week 6
For You: Starting Small and Thinking Big Podcast
For Your Volunteers: Social Plan: Volunteers
For Your Parents: Imagine the End Podcast

Week 7
For You: Not All Who Wander are Lost Podcast
For Your Volunteers: Social Plan: Story
For Your Parents: Parenting Beyond Your Capacity Book Preview

Week 8
For You: The Private Life of the Public Leader
For Your Volunteers: Social Plan: Parents
For Your Parents: Parenting Beyond Your Capacity Videos

Stuff For Volunteers
Messages and images that inspire volunteers. Stuff for Volunteers gives you tools to connect weekly with your volunteers through social media and email. We have created messages and images that will help your volunteers learn, live, lead and laugh. Plus, these pieces will help you stay connected and cast vision!

Social Plan: Parents
Social Plan: Story
Social Plan: Strategy
Social Plan: Volunteers

Stuff For Parents
Messages and images that inspire parents. Stuff for Parents gives you tools to cue parents in your church. We have created messages and images that will help you strategically connect with parents on a weekly basis.

Fight for the Heart Podcast by Carey Nieuwhof
Imagine the End Podcast by Carey Nieuwhof
Parenting Beyond Your Capacity Book Preview
Parenting Beyond Your Capacity Small Group Videos

Stuff to Read

The Synergist Book Preview
by Les McKeown
Chances are high that if you’re reading this right now, you are a leader. You have people who follow you. They may be paid staff or volunteers, old and young, seasoned or quite new on the job. As their leader, you probably are called to bring them together to accomplish something from a Sunday morning worship service to a messy game night for your junior high students. But when you look closely at the team that’s come together, you discover all sorts of personalities and work styles—people who “get it” and others who are still trying to figure it all out. How do you help everyone not only get along but also accomplish something great?

Stuff to Hear

Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost by Mark Matlock
Join the team from Youth Specialties at Orange! Here are the questions that will be addressed:

  • Does youth ministry “work”?
  • Numbers? Knowledge? Identity? Depth? Vision? Passion? Persistence? What are we measuring?
  • What do we really know about who is exiting America’s churches and where they go when they leave?
  • What do we know about those who stay engaged, and why they remain?

The Private Life of the Public Leader by Doug Fields
As a ministry leader your life is being watched—whether you want it to be or not, you’re a public figure! Beneath the skin of that public persona is a private world that must be healthy for the public ministry to thrive. There’s a constant tension between these two worlds because the teenagers, parents, church staff, and congregants have heavy expectations that often dismantle the inner world of a leader. In this workshop we’ll be talking about protecting, developing, and strengthening the inner world. Ministry is a marathon and leaders need to learn to pace themselves to survive and thrive.

Starting Small and Thinking Big by Misty Phillips
Practical strategy helps to begin and win in a small setting with smaller numbers and limited budgets. Where to begin? How about with some helpful input on how to adapt and use 252 Basics? Join us for ideas on creating a shared Family

Experience that may have small numbers but also has big hearts to impact kids and families.

 

 

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