Recruiting and Keeping Teachers

Recruiting is the holy act of helping others discover their leadership gifts.
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The Ministry of Recruiting

There are two passions that motivate people to teach. One is a love for the subject. The other is a love for people. The satisfaction of the recruiting ministry comes from finding people who exhibit this twofold love and from putting their passions to good use.

The recruiter's focus is not just on the task but also on the person. We are not just running a program; we are building people. We are recruiting for the sake of the teacher as well as for the sake of the church. It's an exciting privilege to be used by God as his instrument to call others into ministry.

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