It’s that time of year when many college ministries are selecting leaders for the new year or semester. Giving college students an opportunity to step into leadership roles allows opportunities to develop their spiritual gifts, explore future and deeper ministry involvement, and fulfill a greater call on their lives to invest in God’s Kingdom. These are all great things, but if students have never truly served in a leadership role before, you may be wondering what non-negotiable traits they need to possess and what might be a deal-breaker for having them serve on your team.
In this blog, Bill Noe shares four characteristics to consider when selecting young adults to serve on leadership teams. Read the full article here.
Bill Noe is the Collegiate Ministry Specialist at LifeWay Christian Resources. A former campus minister (and current collegiate ministry volunteer at church), Bill loves being a part of seeing college students grow in their walk with the Lord. Connect with Bill on Twitter.