“As ministry leaders, most of us are paid communicators. Our churches and organizations give us the mic and turn up the volume when we have something to say. It is our job to be the upfront and loud person. For some reason, though, many leaders are just not very clear when it comes to communicating with volunteers.
Leaders struggle and often make basic mistakes to balance their volume while pumping up the clarity. When it comes to God’s word, leaders must share the message of ministry with those who serve beside them as volunteers. These folks are critical because they can either mute the ministry or amplify the vision.
Here are five mistakes leaders make that pull the plug on their soundboard of communication….” KEEP READING