ABOUT THE BOOK
So you lead volunteers. You lead the quirky, the crazy, and the amazingly incredible. Your volunteers are essential and you know that. They have skills, wisdom, experience, and the desire to do something significant. You couldn’t do ministry without these volunteers, but they probably couldn’t do their best work without you either. You are in the best position to show them just how much of a difference they can make.
In Leading Not Normal Volunteers, Sue Miller and Adam Duckworth show you how to lead your volunteers in practical and unexpected ways, how to leverage their quirks, and how to equip them to become incredible volunteers.
Leading Not Normal Volunteers is the companion volume to Not Normal: Seven Quirks of Incredible Volunteers, written especially for volunteers.
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Sue Miller is a teacher, leader, speaker, and author with a passion for bringing out the best in volunteers. Much of that passion developed over the 17 years she served as children’s ministry director at Willow Creek Community Church near Chicago, Illinois. In 2005, Sue joined Orange and has been thinking Orange from head to toe when it comes to church strategy. Sue and her husband, Rick, live near Atlanta, Georgia. They have two adult children and two grandchildren.
Adam Duckworth is the lead communicator at Downtown Harbor Church, a forward-thinking church committed to reaching families and embracing culture in its community. He transitioned to this role after spending nearly 15 years in family ministry. Adam has written several books for volunteers and leaders of volunteers. He also leads conferences for volunteers and serves as a communicator at Orange. He and his wife, Katelyn, live near the beach in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, along with their petite goldendoodle, Dottie.