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Leading Your Team Through Change

Leadership by title only is a lousy way to lead. Don’t be a Lone Ranger. God has given you people to lead. Pray and think about who needs to be in this meeting, who would be offended or devalued if they were not invited. Leaders don't like being surprised, so gather your key leaders together. Explain the idea or task, ask for their input and opinion, and then pray and get back to them with the plan.


AG Kidmin Welcomes Kelly Presson

Kelly Presson appointed as leadership development coordinator for the national Assemblies of God Children’s Ministries Agency.


The High Fives of Leading Volunteers

Volunteers. We truly can’t lead as effectively without them. All of us who are in ministry are familiar with giving high-fives (or for the germ-conscientious, perhaps a fist bump). This article provides five easy and necessary actions to implement with our volunteer leaders.


Model Tru Fire for Your Volunteers

By walking your volunteers through the different elements of Tru Fire, you give them time to process and ask questions. Be open to all questions, explain and clarify as best as you can, and don't forget to show your excitement! Model for your volunteers how the services should look, and demonstrate response times for them. Help them see and understand the philosophy in practice, so they know what to model when they teach.


AGKidMin17 Conference

The national KidMin17 conference was held April 19-21 at First Assembly in Ft. Wayne, Ind., with over 1,000 kids’ pastors and children’s leaders attending. The following is an overview provided by Danielle Christy, one of the conference attendees.


<em>Framework Leadership</em> Book Review

Framework Leadership by Kent Ingle gives us the building blocks that any leader needs to have. Ingle has taken a mountain of leadership theory from multiple sources and boiled it down to quick, easy-to-read, and understandable bites.