Want to motivate your missions council or committee? Give them candy gifts.

Candy rewards for mission council members -- ideas from Bev Borbe and Susan Day

Hershey's miniaturesUse individually as listed. Or, use a quantity of any one candy for all the council members. Give as thanks for a job well done. Give as holiday or birthday gifts. Give as an end-of-the year award, or simply to say thanks for coming to a council meeting.

Every little bit of appreciation you give will create an abundance of goodwill and hard work. Don't neglect rewards. Michael Leboeuf, author of The Greatest Management Principle in the World was right when he wrote, "Behavior that gets rewarded gets repeated."

1Program in which local churches "adopt" a Nazarene missionary family. The acronym stands for Loving and Interested Nazarenes Knowing and Serving. [ more info ]
2Short term mission teams (most often to meet construction needs) [ more info ]

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