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8 Signs Your Volunteer Needs a Break

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Author/Source: Janelle Hoos

Topic: Volunteers

Watch for these signs that your volunteers need to take a break from serving in ministry. 

Sometimes faithful, committed volunteers in children’s ministry need a break! I have known volunteers who have served in children’s ministry for 20 years. It would never occur to them to ask for a break! I have known volunteers who have served in children’s ministry for less than a year but who have been hit with major family or health issues. They may not know that they can ask for a break.

Volunteers will probably not ask you for a break. But there are some signs that will tell you that your volunteer needs a break. Keep your eyes open. Volunteers may start to exhibit one, more, or all of these signs.

 

 


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