Preparing Your Family for a Ministry Transition

March 20, 2020
Episode #625
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You are thinking about making a ministry transition. Maybe you will be visiting the church soon or perhaps the church has already called you to this new opportunity. Hopefully, you have already begun to think about your family. Thom and Sam discuss best practices and things to consider when preparing your family for a ministry transition.

Highlights:

  • Your spouse has the trump card
  • Shield your younger children as much as possible
  • Include your older children as much as possible
  • Keep ties to family friends
  • Build excitement for the new ministry and location

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