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Building up the body: Encouraging, equipping and enabling volunteers in the church

Building up the body: Encouraging, equipping and enabling volunteers in the church
Here is a guide for church leaders and those with responsibility for nurturing, training and encouraging volunteers. Most churches simply couldnt function without willing and dedicated volunteers. Richard Steel offers realistic suggestions and guidelines in this comprehensive and practical guide to working with and encouraging volunteers.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780857461759
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Publisher: BRF
Author: Steel Richard
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Looking at the key issues for small and medium-sized churches he writes about how working with volunteers can be challenging, but also intensely rewarding; stressing the importance of helping them realise just how important they are in the bigger picture of God's mission. Building and nurturing people as volunteers is not just about their personal development, or about the benefit of your individual church, its about enabling Gods Kingdom to reach out into all walks of society, all professions, all networks. Richard Steel is rector of a Huddersfield Anglican church and also Rural Dean. He has led teams of volunteers as a producer and presenter of religious programmes for local radio, as Communications Officer for the Blackburn Diocese and Communications Director at the Church Mission Society. He has also been involved in the Scouting movement. From his own experience he offers insights and grateful thanks to the large number of volunteers whose wisdom and support made this book and his ministry possible. The stories in the book are from his experience or from those of colleagues, thought the names and details have been changed to avoid identification and save any embarrassment.
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