Before you get started, I want to let you know why Serving Central™ was created. The goal of SC is two-fold:
1) Empower people to embrace who God has made them to be (their God-given strengths) so they can know where to best serve God in ministry.
2) Equip pastors and church leaders with a proven online management system so they too can empower their to discover who they are and where they fit in the Body of Christ.
If you desire to help people in your church discover who they are and where to best serve in ministry then I have great news for you…Serving Central™ will help you achieve your goals so your members can stop searching and start serving with fulfillment and fruitfulness.
Erik Rees provides a proven user-friendly tool that bridges the gap from theory to reality. The concepts of spiritual giftedness and S.H.A.P.E are biblical and theological. As a church planter I’ve strived to be an equipping pastor in each church I’ve started. I’ve had the burning desire to start churches where every member not only knew their S.H.A.P.E., but actually served where God could best use them—their “sweet spot.” I am able to be an equipping pastor not just in theory, but in practice!Dr. Gerald Bontrager
This is one of the coolest tools available. Serving Central will finally enable us to keep track of our ministries and our ministers the way we need to. And it brings a built-in accountability to our placement process. The fact that it’s web-based makes administration easy from anywhere. Best of all, Serving Central is designed with the potential minister in mind – it puts the people in the driver’s seat of their service. This is going to change the way we run our church.Gabe Kolstad
The “Only You Can Be You” Workshop provided people with an incredible opportunity to learn about, and understand their significance in God’s eyes. Your teaching and real life stories Erik, provides many memorable and meaningful connection points for the audience. The time of surrender was a touching scene as 200+ people moved out of the comfort of their seats, as they “pinned” to the cross those things that were holding them back from stepping into God’s kingdom purpose for their life.Dave Deur