The end of the school year is upon us. If you are proactive with your ministry, you are looking back on your year to see what went well, what could use improving, and what just needs to not be done again in 2012-2013. There are several different ways that we can do this, including talking with the teens at youth group on the last day as well as your supervising pastor or senior pastor.
But one of the best resources of data that is often ignored are your volunteers. Unlike senior pastors, they are on the front lines with you and have the same passion for these teens. Unlike the knowledge from the teens, they know the whole vision for the ministry: to share the Gospel with the lost and dig deeper into the faith with those who are committed to Christ. If you have not already done so, take an assessment of the volunteers in your ministry.
If you do not have an assessment, we have one for you at the bottom of this post. We are very intentional about hitting every part of the ministry and allowing them to give both closed and open-ended questions for those that want to go at length or as simple as possible. Also note at the bottom of the back we have an optional section for signing off on the document. I’d encourage you to leave that optional so that they feel as free as possible to give you the truth.
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