Important note:These articles are meant to help grow the quality, capacity, and awareness of a ward or a branch. They are not intended to be used as a fault-finding expedition or a reprimand. That’s a leadership quality right there…patience and compassion for people’s learning curves. Growth and improvement usually come in baby steps. Pick something below and steadily work towards it through smaller, achievable steps or goals.
Be happy about small miracles!
If your ward seems lethargic or has poor attendance, consider one of these three topics. These articles will help you solve big problems quickly – but require an open mind that is unafraid of pushing against cultural norms and traditions.
Build up the acceptance and importance of ministering – and it will do wonders for your ward or branch. Here are some of the important basics and useful suggestions for a more successful ministering experience for everyone – for both the enthusiastic and those less interested.
How well does your presidency, bishopric, or ward council work together? Do dynamic ward solutions and upgrades take place because you meet together? Or do things get frustrated, rationalized away and the momentum lost?
We all grew up with (or later stepped into) a surprising number of cultural teachings and folklore that sound like Latter-day Saint doctrine…but they are NOT. Here’s an easy guide on how to recognize what is true Church doctrine.