A personal message from Brian Eno
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The volunteers in our churches are my heroes in so many ways. They sacrifice their time, talent and treasure for the ministry. They are not required to be there, but many times they are more committed than those of us that are paid to be there. This is why I always want to make sure I am saying, “Thank you” and showing them proper appreciation. Here are some effective ways to show appreciation to your volunteers:

Show it Privately
Show appreciation in the lobby, after kid’s church, following youth group, or in a personally hand written note. Just say, “Thank you” and be specific.

Your Network At Work

Pendleton First Assembly of God put a new twist on the idea of a summer missions trip for their youth. In 2012, Haiti was the destination for 22 students. Last year, 32 students traveled to Nicaragua. This year their destination was described as a “Sacrifice Trip.” Instead of GOING, a decision was made to GIVE! And that’s exactly what they did. Through sacrificial giving they raised the needed funds to purchase a Speed the Light vehicle for one of Oregon’s missionaries serving in the Middle East.

Dick Brogden's Message From The AG Centennial

God's Winning Word of the Week

Habakkuk 3:2

One-on-One Ministry Coaching

What is Ministry Coaching?
 • Ministry Coaching provides a one on one experience to move people from where they are to where they want to be.

 • Ministry Coaching provides an avenue for personal application with focused actions that ensure your preferred future.

 • Ministry Coaching: main strategy is asking questions that lead to conversations that assist in decision making, formulating strategies, and discovering actions to advance personal and ministry growth.

For more information, please contact Joy Wilson at [email protected].

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