Summary: Leading volunteers is hard, tiring work. Lead Volunteers can help you get immediate personal progress and get back to the work of ministry.
Volunteer leadership is hard. Without question, the number one challenge for those in ministry is volunteers. As I travel all over the country, I hear the stories of pain as it relates to volunteers all the time. I have sat with leaders who are just tired.
If this sounds all too familiar, you are experiencing a good case of the normals. But if nothing changes, nothing changes. Let me say that again. If nothing changes, NOTHING changes. Do you want to experience the same year of volunteer challenges you experienced last year? If not, something has to change. If nothing changes, however, nothing will change moving forward.
You have heard of the definition of insanity, right? Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. You MUST break the cycle and do something different or nothing will change for you.
Listen. You are in this for the greater good. Stop right now, take a deep breath and relax. I want you to consider how the Lead Volunteers course work could meet some of your deepest ministry needs.
When leaders carve out just a little pocket of time and jump into the Lead Volunteers material, they begin to see immediate personal progress.
I want you to consider how much it is costing you to NOT have access to the Lead Volunteers Course. I want to help you build a better and more sustainable tomorrow.
I invite you to join the Lead Volunteers Community today. Let’s do this. Go to LeadVolunteers.com and sign up today.