Your First 90 Days in a New Youth Ministry
A Simple Plan for Starting Right
What should you do when you're new?
Whether you're a youth ministry rookie or a seasoned veteran, walking into a new church or a new role can be a big challenge. You need to set the tone for your ministry and establish yourself as a leader, but you don't have very long to do it.
You have 90 days.
Research shows that what you do in your first 90 days of a new job is crucial for your future success. Students are sizing you up. Church members are forming opinions about you. Expectations are
You need a plan.
In this course, you'll discover the exact steps to make the most of this crucial time of transition. It's a proven action plan that will help you create massive momentum and see incredible results in your first 3 months.
What you'll learn:
- How to get key influencers in your corner.
- Why interviews are like first dates.
- 5 questions to help you uncover what's really going on.
- How to honor the past without getting stuck there.
- Why your old methods won't work in new places.
- How one meeting can be worth more than a ticket to a 3-day youth ministry conference.
- Why being remarkable is so important (and how to do it).
- The best place to meet more students.
- What to do in your first parent meeting.
- How to cast
visionthat inspires action.
- How to win with your new volunteer team.
- Where to find extra money to make big improvements.
- Why your 91st day is just as important as your 1st day.
This is a proven action plan.
This course gives you a proven action plan that is filled with the practical tips and strategies you need to hit the ground running on your first day in your new ministry.
Register today and get ready to see results!
Trevor Hamaker is on a mission to help youth pastors do ministry better.
He's worked on staff at small, traditional churches and large, contemporary churches so he knows exactly what it's like to be where you are. He also spent five years working for a multi-million dollar staffing company.
His degrees in Business Management, Organizational Leadership, and Religious Education, coupled with those experiences, have given him a unique perspective that can help you get better results in youth ministry.
He lives with his wife and kids in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA.