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A Warm Welcomea free devotion for this week’s meetings

Editor’s note: Today’s devotion comes from CTA’s staff and volunteer appreciation book With Heartfelt Thanks. With 64 pages of devotions, inspirational stories, and Bible-based encouragement, this book aims to honor each person who contributes to God’s ministry. We encourage you to share it and other With Heartfelt Thanks appreciation gifts with your teachers, coaches, office…

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Shaped to Servea free devotion for this week’s meetings

Editor’s note: Summer is quickly approaching and many of your ministry programs may be slowing down. Don’t forget about the leaders and volunteers that have made your ministry possible this year! Today’s devotion comes from the Shaped to Serve Devotion Book. Use these words to encourage those who serve in your ministry and, if you’re…

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More Questions Than Answersa free devotion for National Volunteer Week

Editor’s note: This week we celebrate National Volunteer Week. In honor of the countless volunteers that make Christian ministry possible, today’s devotion comes from the With Heartfelt Thanks devotion book. Use these words to encourage those who serve in your ministry and, if you’re looking for an end-of-year appreciation gift, browse through CTA’s selection today!…

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Teacher Appreciation8 Ways to Show You Care

The end of the school year and Teacher Appreciation Week (May 1–5) are quickly approaching. Now is the perfect time to honor your teachers’ hard work! Plus, a little bit of recognition will show your staff how much you care for them and how much you value their service. Here are eight ways to appreciate…

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With Heartfelt ThanksRecognition Ideas for Church Volunteers & Staff

Editor’s note: ‘Tis the season of appreciation. April 26 is Administrative Professionals Day, April 23–29 is Volunteer Appreciation Week, and May 1–5 is Teacher Appreciation Week. Are you looking for appreciation ideas or Christian gifts to honor the service of these dedicated individuals? Check out CTA! The list below is just one part of CTA’s…

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5 New Gift Ideas for Volunteers

As Christmas gets closer, are you looking for a thoughtful, yet inexpensive way to thank volunteers who serve in the church office, on your church music teams, as youth leaders, or in children’s ministry? Plan to remember them this Christmas by giving them one of CTA’s Ornaments of Faith®. CTA introduced the first Ornaments of…

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Life-Changing Prayersa free devotion for this week’s meetings

Editor’s note: This week’s free devotion is slightly adapted from CTA’s devotion book for Christian Workers, Shaping Hearts; Changing Lives: 30 Days to Grow in Service. As you read, remember that October is Pastor Appreciation Month. It’s not too late to celebrate in your church! How will you honor those who serve in Jesus’ name? Imagine you could get…

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5 Ways to Show Appreciationin Just 5 Minutes!

As a new year of ministry takes off, what do you have planned to show appreciation for your staff and volunteers? Surveys show that you should be acknowledging the effort of your team members at least once per week. This leads to happy, engaged staff members and volunteers. But, like all things in ministry, where…

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Shaping Hearts, Changing Livesa free back-to-school devotion

Editor’s note: This back-to-school devotion is slightly adapted from one of CTA’s devotion books for Christian Workers, Shaping Hearts; Changing Lives: 30 Days to Grow in Service. As the new school year begins, we encourage you to use this devotion and the value-priced gifts from Shaping Hearts; Changing Lives to uplift teachers as they prepare to guide students…

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Are You a Good Steward of Your Volunteers’ Time and Talent?

As Christians, we aim to be good stewards of our time, talent, and treasure. Church leaders put serious emphasis on their responsibility to be good stewards of the treasure—the financial gifts—that people give to their church. On the other hand, we rarely talk about church leaders being good stewards of the time and talent that…

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