MENTORING PEW SITTERS INTO SERVANT LEADERS: Developing Servant Leader Volunteers Through Mentoring
September 17, October 15, November 12 (from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
Francis Asbury UMC in Candler (West Asheville area)
Participants should realize the following ministry-related outcomes:
Biblical and theological foundation for mentoring ministry
Identify the difference between content-driven ministries and process-guided ministries.
Identify perceived barriers for volunteering
Eliminating the downward drag of ministry clutter in one’s ministry locale.
The leader and self-awareness: Doing our homework for healthy relationships and more fruitful ministry
A simple but profound three-part plan for multiplying servant leaders
Implementing a mentoring culture and process in participant’s ministry context
A team from each church is ideal — Pastor or Ministry Professional and 2 – 4 Lay Persons. Leaders alone are welcome
Rev. Dr. Michael Kurtz, LMFT, DMin, pastor of Francis Asbury UMC, will lead this peer learning opportunity. He wrote a book by the same name. Participants will receive a copy of the book.