There are many things to think about when it comes to recruiting volunteers for your Children’s Ministry, so today I want to write about one way to do this . . . take the time – and make the time – to know your volunteers.
These are just a few of the basic ways to take the time and make the time to know your volunteers. And yes, doing these things will take and does take time, but it absolutely is time well spent. If someone volunteers and then is “left to their own”, they very well may feel like they and their time are not valued or appreciated so when their lives get busy it is all so easy to drop volunteering from their “to-do list”. Plus, I fully believe with all my heart when God sends a volunteer to you, He has entrusted part of the care for those people to you. Be sure you are excelling as a “care-taker” and take the time – and make the time – to get to know your volunteers!