Noemy Munoz leads the children's ministry at one of our campuses. When you go to her campus, you immediately notice something. There are lots of people on her team. Every room has plenty of people serving and they are happy to be there.
Last week she made a statement that revealed why. She said, "I don't have volunteers...I have friends."
Stop and think about that for a minute. What she was saying is she builds relationships with the people on her team. As she invests in them and cares for them, they become more than just someone filling a role. They become her friends.
A few weeks ago, I shared how relationships is the super glue that keeps volunteers on a team. Noemy's team is an example of how true this is.
How do you see the people who serve on your team? If they are just volunteers, you'll have a good team. But when they move from being volunteers to being your friends, you'll have a great team.
How do you build friendships with the people on your team? Share with us in the comment section below.