THE VOLUNTEER PROJECT
In The Volunteer Project, we will introduce you to 4 Strategies that, when applied, will launch your church or nonprofit ministry into what we call a zero recruitment model of volunteerism. Formulated from the authors’ research, combined 50+ years of experience in leading volunteer teams, and the feedback of hundreds of volunteers, these 4 Strategies are designed to provide individuals with such satisfying volunteer experiences that they are motivated to continue volunteering, and even invite their friends to join them.
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Christine is the founder and CEO of Irresistible Teams where she partners with leaders from around the world to develop thriving staff and volunteer cultures through coaching, speaking and podcasting...
"GRIT is earned but GRACE is free." ~ Christine Kreisher
“Christine is an inspiring truth teller who offers...truth with passion and power.”
- Danielle Strickland
Author, Speaker, and co-founder of Brave Global, Amplify Peace, and Women Speakers Collective
We’re thankful for the wisdom and expertise that Christine has shared with so many leaders in our Orange Learning Cohort. Practical and engaging, Christine’s knowledge and best practices have inspired us all!
- Geoff Surratt, Teaching Pastor and Church Consultant
- Sherry Surratt, Director of Leadership Strategy, The reThink Group
“Christine delivers truth in an authentic and personal way that invites everyone to something new.”
- Kristen Ivy
President at Orange (The reThink Group, Inc.) and Co-Founder and Director of The Phase Project
After reading The Volunteer Project, I worked with the other ministry leaders at Life.Church to purchase a copy for every staff member. I knew the stories and practical application the authors used to inspire the reader to love people well through the door of serving would change our volunteer culture. And I was right! Across all ministries and locations, we have common language and best practices that help us engage people in serving the church and the community...Seasons of ministry have changed since originally reading the book, but the principles are timeless.