I have been challenged by this article and how we structure the youth team here at TBC.  Here is a clip:

Serving alongside the leader, you’ll probably want two to four team members that cover these roles:

  • An administrative player. You’ll want to ensure someone is capable of building systems, structures, and accountability.
  • A relational player. Hopefully you’ll have someone who is very good with people. This person could be an expert in recruiting, team building, pastoring, relational problem solving, or some combination of the above.
  • An innovative player. In the best environment, you’ll have someone who is an idea-person. This team member is often young (but not necessarily). You’ll want to make sure this innovative mind isn’t rebellious and is a team player. When you find a person like this, she’ll be a great asset to your team.
  • A stabilizing player. Most good teams have a person who can rise above the details and see the big picture. This person may not be the most visible, but is often one of the most important. He is someone who can bring objectivity and stability in the middle of challenges.
Chris
chris@dibdenchurches.org
Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

One thought on “Police called to illegal rave – to discover grannies watching Grease!”

  1. Were the Police over zealous to attend a call for help from a member of our communities? What a strange question? Did they shut the film down? No. Did they attend the call on the merit of information they were given? Very likely. So did they carry out their duty to the public? Yes. The right result all round! What a strange way to put your question across. It comes across as not thought through and as though it is trying to put Police across in a bad way, possibly to the youth who we all should be working together with to insure our societies are built well for the future. I don’t know. Perhaps it’s just my reaction to poorly presented information and questioning. Happens to us all after all!

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