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The Volunteer Question: Ready or Not?

In a recent advertising campaign Microsoft asked the question "are you people ready?"

In a recent advertising campaign Microsoft asked, "Are you people-ready?" Through images of eager employees waking up across the globe and heading to work, Microsoft reminded employers worldwide that the people in their company are vital for success. Microsoft's message was clear—set up your people to win. Even though Microsoft's message focused on computers and software, the heart of the message was universal.

People are an organization's greatest asset.

So here's the question to you: "Are you people-ready?"

Do you believe that no matter how exciting your classrooms, strong your curriculum, or creative your programs, your ministry will still fall short of its potential unless you also have the right volunteers leading, shepherding, and caring for the children?
Is your children's ministry fully—not partially—equipped and prepared to welcome and deploy willing volunteers to do the work of God?

Becoming a people-ready children's ministry begins with a simple decision to be ...

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