Come on out to WBC and help us move everything out of the old building in preparation for our renovation project! Please sign up at the Info Centre or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help with the move and/or provide a vehicle to help transport items to storage locations.
This day is set aside for ministry leaders and those who are fulfilling responsibilities at many of the WBC ministries. We have invited a very dynamic speaker, Gary MacDonald, who will be leading us in a very interactive and informative seminar entitled “Maximizing Your Delegation Skills” (read more about the seminar here.)
Purpose of the Day
In Exodus 18 and Acts 6, we see two biblical examples of how God’s people needed to wisely organize themselves in order to serve the Lord. Healthy church organization requires skills on how to delegate well and follow up with those who are helping you serve. This course will teach us about the key elements to effective delegation and how to incorporate those elements into our ministry when we give direction to others. We will also learn how to effectively monitor and follow-up to ensure ministries are functioning well. Even those who don’t call themselves leaders will benefit from this course as they learn how to effectively carry out responsibilities and ask the right questions of their leaders!
Who is this day for?
Elders, Deacons, Thrive, everyone who leads any ministry, individuals who are delegated tasks, leaders in training, those interested in serving at WBC.
Ministry Trainer: Gary MacDonald
Gary has just completed 44 years in leadership ministry experience with Youth for Christ (Youth Unlimited). He was involved at the local, regional and national level. He and his wife Denise are both graduates of Tyndale and just celebrated 40 years of marriage. Denise is a Marriage and Family Therapist with her own private practice. Read Gary’s full bio here.
Questions? Email us here or call the office at 519-669-2319.
Want to register for the event? Text the keyword ‘LEADERSHIPDAY’ to 226-210-4321.