Collaboration In Faith

vs. antagonism

Understanding others to effectively work with them

To practice Collaboration, I will:

  • Support the goals of the group
  • Be a team player and pull my share of the load
  • Help others be successful
  • Genuinely listen to other’s opinions and needs
  • Recognize and appreciate the contributions of others

    “The Cooperative Body of Christ”

    The church is the Body of Christ. As a part of this body, we need to work together and cooperate with the other members. Who are the other members? They go beyond our family and even our church. We are all members of the body. We are called to live our baptismal ministry within our families and the greater community. Serving each other is how we cooperate to serve God.

    Being a part of a faith family is an important part of who God wants us to be. When we come together to worship, we cooperate with each other to create a wonderful worship experience. We each have a role to play when we come to church. Singing, praying, and listening together creates a unified worship experience. Whether we are serving each other by volunteering for ministerial roles within the service or being an active dependable participant, we are part of the cooperative effort to praise God together.

    This month, how will you Cooperate with the mission of the Church?

    The Links below will take you to Resources you can use in a Christian Faith Based setting
    to encourage the Character Quality of Collaboration.
    Our other Pillars have resources that can be adapted for use in a Christian setting.

    Visit Collaboration in School>>

    No Matter How You Say It
    Curriculum Connections
    Croskey’s Corner

    Visit Collaboration in Business>>

    Power Up with Character
    Interview Questions
    Adult Business Books

    Visit Collaboration in the Community>>

    Character All Month Calendar
    Related Qualities
    Character Holiday Activities
    Family Activity (with a printable for sending home to parents)

    Archived Bulletins on  Collaboration: