Final plans for Inasmuch
    April 10 2010 by David W. Crocker, Executive Director, OIAM

    This is the last in a series of updates for churches participating in the Operation Inasmuch across North Carolina April 24 and May 1. 

    The May 8 issue of the Biblical Recorder will feature stories and photos of the largest ministry event in North Carolina.
     
    Where you should be in your preparations as of April 10:
    • List of projects and project leaders should already be in hands of members.
    • Your sign-up period in which members volunteer for their top three choices in hands-on projects should be underway. 
    • Planning team assigns volunteers according to needs for each project and posts sign-ups in prominent places in church. Make sure church secretary has an updated copy of the master list.
    • Gather T-shirt sizes and quantities from volunteers as they sign up (deadline for T-shirt orders April 12).
    • Keep congregation posted on progress of sign-ups and specific needs.
    • Conduct project leaders’ (PL) meeting next week:
      • provide PLs with all information they need;
      • provide PLs with updated list of volunteers;
      • recast the Inasmuch vision your church has;
      • finalize plans for pre-event gathering (Sat AM);
      • give last-minute instructions;
      • gather volunteers into project groups;
      • pastor/Leader to give talk reminding everyone the “WHY” of Operation Inasmuch.
    • Finalize plans for post-event celebration (Sunday AM or PM):
      • show PowerPoint of photos of Inasmuch event;
      • give volunteers opportunities to share what they did and what it meant; and
      • give God the glory!!
    Register your church’s participation in the statewide Operation Inasmuch — Go to: www.ncoperationinasmuch.org and look for “Registration.”

    Official NCOIAM T-shirts available — Go to www.operationinasmuch.com and click on “Resources;” download Order Form.
    4/10/2010 5:31:00 AM by David W. Crocker, Executive Director, OIAM | with 0 comments




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