Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Adult Ministry Does Need Attention

“Adults don’t really need much attention.”  This is a quote that I have heard from leaders in the church. Many times we assume that, once someone becomes an adult, guidance and attention on spiritual development doesn’t have to be a priority. This is not true. What we need to embrace is the fact that adult ministry does need attention because adults need to be discipled.

If anything, it takes much more work to continue to guide adults toward spiritual maturity. There are a variety of ways in which a church can help guide spiritual maturity. First and foremost is the church's foundational, ongoing, small group Bible study ministry. It is crucial to keep this strong. Then, other building blocks can include areas of development, service, and ministry. If a church needs help training leaders, locating speakers, or developing ministries, the 4:12 Network provides a quick, easy, and anonymous way to discover the help needed:
  • Click: Go to 4:12 Network Search (free, quick, anonymous)
  • Ministry Focus: Choose any or all areas under Adult Ministry
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  • Do your research: Once you find someone you think is a good fit for your church, do some research utilizing information found on individual profiles.
You can narrow your search even further using the other choices available to you. Try if for yourself. If you can‘t immediately find who you need, expand your search using additional criteria. Use 4:12 Network as your trusted source for finding the help your church and leaders need. We are growing every month so keep checking back.

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