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10 Reasons You Should Be on a Team

October 6, 2018
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Here at VOUS, we are serious about servant leadership. Drop the “V word” and prepare to be corrected. “We’re not volunteers, we’re servant leaders!” Jesus taught us that the way to lead is to serve. Whoever wants to be the greatest must be willing to become the least. Church is not just a building you enter or a service you attend, it’s a community that you’re invited to receive from and contribute to. And contributing doesn't have to be all business, our teams sure know how to have fun while serving.

Not convinced? Here are 10 reasons you should be on a team:

  1. You get to serve with that person you've been eyeing in church.
  2. You’ll be part of building something that lasts for generations.
  3. Finally, a place to spread your wings. Here you’re talents will be greatly appreciated.
  4. Pad your resumé with some social good.
  5. We don’t serve to impress but let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to make mom happy?
  6. Boredom will be a thing of the past.
  7. It makes for great cafecito-break conversations at work.
  8. Become closer to Jesus.
  9. You are helping bring Jesus to those who need him.
  10. You'll finally get around to fulfilling that New Year's resolution.

The best part is, there's a team for you! Go from being a spectator to being a participator. Hit Growth Track stepONE this Sunday, sign up to serve, and—as a bonus—join us at Team Conference next weekend. It's free-99!

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