Today we’re finishing up a 3-part series about setting goals for our ministries in 2014. If you haven’t been following along, be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 first.
So, you’ve been sitting with your list of goals for 2014 for the last 24 hours. A couple of things I want to point out:
In this series of posts, we haven’t mentioned anything about “measurable” or “clear” goals, and we haven’t used a strict format to write our goals. These are great terms and ideas but, to be honest, I don’t bother with them. If you like that stuff, or your boss does, then go with it. But otherwise, don’t worry.
Student Ministry meet together to make sure everyone is still pulling in the same directions. And every once in a while, the world’s scariest fish bowl comes out during those meetings.
WHAT IS THIS SCARY FISH BOWL?
It’s what happens when someone asks you a tricky question… and you know they’re waiting for your response. In this bowl are a list of the hard questions you get asked by Small Group Leaders or parents. They are the questions that have no hard or fast answers. Things like…
One of my favorite holidays of the year is New Years Day. I love to reset. I love to think about the future. I love to celebrate the past. And… I love to set goals for the next year. One of my least favorite things to do is to match socks. Seems random right? Well… as I […]