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How to be more successful in recruiting volunteers for churches By Yvon Prehn
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Recruiting volunteers is always a challenge and this 17-page e-book will help you do it successfully. It will show you detailed step-by-step how to create a brochure that explains the event... More > volunteers are needed for, why they should participate and exactly what they are needed to do. People don't volunteer because they don't care, or aren't interested, or are lazy--in the church it is more often because we haven't really communicated the importance of it or have given people the directions they need to do it successfully! This book will guide you and inspire you to recruit in a way that will bless your people and help your church.< Less
How to Set Up A Church Communications Team By Lynette Hawkins
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Is your ministry in need of a communications team? Get the basics on how to line up a great team of committed volunteers to create your ministry's website, newsletter, logo graphics, brochures,... More > flyers and media. This 40+ page e-book gives you understanding of how to recruit, how to plan your first meeting and on-line resources you can use to build a ministry communications team at your church.< Less
Rome's Responsibility for the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln By Thomas Harris
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General Thomas Maley Harris was a medical doctor, who recruited and served as commander of the Tenth West Virginia Volunteers during the Civil War. He rose in rank through meritorious service to... More > become a brigadier general in the Union Army. General Harris was a member of the Military Commission that tried and convicted the conspirators who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln. He had first hand knowledge of the sworn testimony of the witnesses in that trial. This book summarizes the salient evidence brought out during the military trial and adds information from other sources to present before the U.S. public the ineluctable conclusion that the assassination of Abraham Lincoln was the work of the Roman Catholic Church.< Less