Student Leaders: ownership-multiplication-continuation

Student Leaders: ownership-multiplication-continuation

Student Leaders

It was a few months ago when I met with two of our student leaders in Delft, for our monthly coaching meeting. One of the issues I brought to their attention was that we needed to find 2-3 new student leaders. They agreed that this was important and prayed that God would lead us in this process. Then we wrote a few names down and started to pray. We thought that these students would be qualified and had the potential to lead the movement in Delft.

Then last month we asked these students to a meeting and explained in more detail what the role of a student leader is. We then asked these students to prayerfully consider taking this role. Out of the four students, two wanted to step into the role of a student leader. Both of these students were then invited by our current student leaders.

This means that for the very first time in Delft we now had two new student leaders that were invited by the existing student leaders to take this role. That’s a milestone for our movement in Delft.

It is our desire and prayer to see more student leaders around the country step into the role of a student leader. Why is this important? Well, for two reasons: First, students then have ownership of the movements. Secondly, multiplication happens easier. As a result, there is continuation.

Ownership results in Multiplication, which leads to Continuation. Anyone who is involved in student work knows how important it is to have continuation. Student work is fragile. Students come and go.

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