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CMLeaders: Why You Need A Team

Church Staff / Leadership / Volunteers //

Why Disciple others? Why have a team?

  • There is no such thing as an expert in children’s ministry
  • It is amazing what we can accomplish when we don’t care who gets the credit
  • some people are successful at growing their ministry down to a size they can manage on their own.
  • You are not able to connect with every kid in your ministry. Others on your team will be able to reach kids you cannot. Your team will become the spiritual leader to some of your kids.

Who is the person in your ministry that you have trained that shares your heart?

Who is the person in your ministry who is passionate and faithful that needs someone to train/lead them?

Scott serves as the National Director of the Children’s Ministry Agency (CMA) for the Assemblies of God. Prior to coming to the CMA, Scott and his wife Sarah served for more than ten years as children’s pastors in Texas and South Carolina. He truly believes in the mission of the CMA: “reaching kids—one leader at a time.”

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About the Author

I am a dad to the best little girl you could imagine. Married to the best woman you could imagine (and probably the only one who could put up with me). She is definitely the better half. I am a children’s pastor at a church about 30 minutes outside of Detroit. I was a teacher for over 5 years. I can speak Spanish and I’ve been out of the country 9 different times to 5 different countries doing mission work with kids. I wrote a family devotion book.  You can see it at http://ikidsonline.org/familytalk-devotion-book