Launching or leading an orphan care ministry in your church?

The goal of your ministry is sustainability, not speed. It’s not necessarily to do many things as much as it’s about doing the right things. The needs of vulnerable children and families are overwhelming and the opportunities to engage are endless. However, as a leader, how do we prioritize the key objectives of our ministry? How do we build in safeguards that keep us focused on first things first? How do we learn the art of saying “no” sometimes and not “yes” all the time?

This resource highlights three key principles all leaders must consider, and common pitfalls to avoid, when not only starting a new ministry but also leading and expanding an existing one. It centers around practical tools, real-life models and implementable “next steps” for you and/or your leadership team.

THE THREE PRINCIPLES WE WILL EXPLORE IN THIS RESOURCE ARE HOW TO:

1. Start SIMPLE

2. Start SLOW

3. Start SMALL

I hope this resource can be a valuable help to you or your leadership team as you identify the opportunities you have before you and set your strategic priorities moving forward.