An overview of Patrick Lencioni's book "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team," with special application of the book's principles to ministry team settings. By looking at 5 "dysfunctions," Lencioni directs teams to five key factors necessary for teams to work together effectively.
Ko-Lay-Oh: Retaining Membership Through Involvement
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Recent studies have indicated a 60% dropout rate among new church members within five years after they join. What can be done to keep new members involved in church? The Ko-Lay-Oh Seminar offers an answer that churches are beginning to use among their membership. Ko-Lay-Oh is a Greek word that means to glue or weld together; to join or to cleave to. Joining a membership roll is not that same thing as becoming a part of the church ministry plan. Ko-Lay-Oh seeks to bridge that gap.
This session describes ways in which WMU can strengthen the work of the Association. We will go over Leaders general roles, Associational WMU objectives and how they set goals based on those, and helpful resources.
Great ministers don't just happen. Great falls from ministry don't just happen either. Pastor Brad Hoffmann examines the common experiences that contribute to ineffectiveness, burnout,and moral failure in ministry.