How much organization does your church need?
from Church Central
"To organize or not to organize? That is the question." While this may be a bad take-off on Shakespeare, it's a key issue for church leaders. "Organizing selectively" is one of the ten practices that allow a second chairs (and other leaders) to thrive. While some chaos can be a positive stimulus, too much chaos results in confusion and conflict and wasted resources. When needed systems are missing, volunteers quit, staff members work on the wrong priorities, and great ministry ideas flounder. When this happens, second chair leaders can’t thrive. That’s why organizing selectively is valuable.
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