The EFCA Southeast team assists churches in strengthening their leadership community by:
- Helping them to create and sustain healthy and effective leadership teams.
- Assisting them during times of crisis or transition such as a pastoral change, a re-visioning process, or a time of sudden or unanticipated change.
Our ministry is relational, not programmatic or institutional. EFCA churches are autonomous, yet interdependent; no church needs to be alone.
Because our ministry is relational, we want to be someone:
- To talk with
- To offer guidance
- Who’s been there before
- Who’s a trusted-friend, third-party, neutral advisor and confidant for developing and implementing strategies for team building among pastors, staff and lay leaders.
- To help build bridges between team members
- To help church leaders further grow and develop as leaders and followers of Jesus Christ.
- To help church leaders see what might be too close for them to see themselves
- To throw church leaders a lifeline.
Our goal: to help church leaders follow God’s vision and dreams for their unique congregation.
Contact Glen Schrieber for more information.