Join Vangie as she and special guest Harmony Hensley continue this month’s theme of Training for Special Needs Ministry. Listen along as they unpack strategies for training your volunteers that will empower them to step out in faith and shape a special heart!
Harmony Hensley has a background in vocational ministry, as well as a dual degree in Ministry Leadership and Biblical Studies from Cincinnati Christian University. She has trained churches across the country and continues to consult today. Her passion is helping churches to engage families affected by disability.
Shaping Special Hearts: What to Train For 10/29 by CMConnect | Religion Podcasts.
Join Vangie as she continues this month’s theme on training with an interview with Amy Kendall from Saddleback Church. Listen and hear how, even at a large church, training is about relationships. They will unpack tips for a Relational Training model, frequency and timing of training, and the best training idea Amy ever had!
Amy serves at Saddleback Church as Disability Ministry Coordinator. She has a great story about how God used her interests in both ministry and in disability studies to impact the lives of children and families with special needs. She manages over 50 volunteers a week in her ministry and has a passion for curriculum.
Shaping Special Hearts: Training & Relationships 10/15 by CMConnect | Religion Podcasts.
Join host Vangie Rodenbeck, and special guest Rebecca Hamilton, as they unpack issues related to Training Volunteers in Special Needs Ministry. Listen as they debunk popular “myths” related to training volunteers for disability-related ministries and learn about two amazing resources you can use to train and organize volunteers today.
Rebecca Hamilton is Director of Ministry Operations at Key Ministry. Since joining Key Ministry in 2006, Rebecca has enjoyed blending her Christianity and love for children with the training and experience she has had in the non-profit sector.
Shaping Special Hearts: Special Needs & Training 10/03 by CMConnect | Religion Podcasts.
This is an article I wrote for Christian Standard that casts a vision for disability ministry in the local church. Follow the link to the on-line article. I hope it inspires some church, some place, to welcome George into their community.
By Vangie Rodenbeck
As the designated facilitator of this networking lunch, I sought to engage each member at the table in the discussion. The topic was special needs ministry, and the specific issue of discussion was how to â€œnameâ€ a ministry to such persons. These ministers were asking questions like: What do we call this […]
via Who Will Sing to George?.