David Clark lives in Bloomington, Indiana, where he works in advertising. He is passionate about creativity, social media, running, and Chipotle.
Building Trust With Parents as Small Group LeadersThursday October 19, 2017 | David Clark
Inherently, being a small group leader comes with a lot of responsibility. You’re being entrusted with your few at least once a week and then some, especially as they get older. This isn’t something that anyone should take on lightly. There’s an incredible amount of trust and commitment that needs to go into those relationships. […] Read more
Giving Volunteers Your BestThursday September 21, 2017 | David Clark
Volunteers are the life-blood of our ministries. Without them, we couldn’t do what we do each week. So, it should go without saying that they deserve our very best and highest level of care. And yet, so often I see leaders missing the mark with their volunteer teams, often leading to dissatisfaction, increased burn-out, and […] Read more
Five Ways You Can Lead Student Volunteers BetterTuesday September 12, 2017 | David Clark
When you work in kids ministry, you know volunteers are a big part of your success. Your volunteer teams on any given weekend can singlehandedly make or break the ministry experience for families. And it never fails: At the most inopportune times, it seems like everyone calls in sick and you’re in a tough spot. […] Read more