In this episode, I talk with JC Thompson. JC has transitioned into three different roles over the past ten years at the same church. He shares what it was like going from leading a specific ministry to leading all of NextGen, and what those different roles looked like. We also talk about how his church structures age groups within NextGen, the reasoning behind those age brackets, and the pros and cons of their current structure.
Links Mentioned in This Episode
Michael Hyatt's Productivity Assessment – Take Michael Hyatt's Productivity Assessment to help you identify your current strategies for managing time and energy, and how you can become more productive
4 Disciplines of Execution (book) – Chris McChesney and Sean Covey outline a simple, repeatable formula for how to execute your most important strategic priorities
Family Ministry Field Guidebook (book) – Timothy Paul Jones explores how churches can best equip families to disciple their children
- Identify the strengths and weaknesses of how you group ages and ministries. Ask: Should we shift what we are doing?
- What is your dream role? What is a plan for you to reach it?
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Next Episode: Lisa Molite
In the next episode, I talk with Lisa Molite about her site, ReadySetSunday.com and how she creates irresistible environments for kids. Specifically we dive into how she creates a new set and environment related to the theme each month. We walk through how she does it, what it looks like on a month-to-month basis, and how she built a team to help create those environments. You can check out the webinar we did with Lisa on irresistible environments right here.