The future of the local church is directly tied to its ability to attract, equip, and unleash the potential of volunteers in the church Pastor Bill Hybels sees a new. Volunteer Revolution. Title: The Volunteer Revolution – unleashing the power of everybody. Author: Bill Hybels. Publisher: Zondervan, GrandRapids. Date of. The Volunteer Revolution by Bill Hybels, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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The Volunteer Revolution : Unleashing the Power of Everybody
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The Volunteer Revolution is full of inspiration and vision for “unleashing the the power of everybody” as the subtitle reads. Hybels casts a compelling vision for the importance of volunteering This book is strong on inspiration, but weak on implementation.
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Just about everyone who takes the time to read this title will admit that volunteer ministry is a very good thing and should be greatly Bill Hybels was born in in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Hybels founded the church after surveying the community and designing Sunday morning services for non-believers, with services for believers held on another day.
He is the creator of the Global Leadership Summit. His book, Rediscovering Church: The Story and Vision of Willow Creek, written with his wife Lynne, outlines the successful formula he used. His other books include Honest to God: Account Options Sign in.
The church has entered an era of growth and unprecedented spiritual opportunity to share the Gospel, yet at the same time we face a shrinking economy and a world in crisis. This poses a great resource challenge for the church.
The Volunteer Revolution: Unleashing the Power of Everybody
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Unleashing the Power of Everybody. Bill HybelsLynne Hybels. Zondervan- Religion – pages. Pastor Bill Hybels believes that there is a new reality in America. In order to reach out to people who are spiritually hungry, the church needs more people to be equipped to serve others. The key to resourcing the church is what Hybels calls ‘the Y factor. The great need of the church is to grow the church’s volunteer base through the equipping ministry of church staffs.
As churches recover the message of Ephesians 4: People are just waiting to discover the gifts and passions that God has given them to serve others and then be invited to use those gifts and passions through the local church in order to advance the kingdom voluntder God on Earth.
Hybels believes that every church staff should be helping people discover their spiritual gifts, passions and place of service in order to meet the growing needs in our churches and world.
Hybels makes a clarion call to move beyond volunteer retention to volunteer acquisition. By attracting, connecting, training, and sustaining volunteers, churches will mobilize people into places of service that will bring new meaning to their lives and understand why God put them on planet Earth. Hybels also outlines how we can build lifelong hubels in the church through community, celebration, and commendation. Other editions – View all The Volunteer Revolution: