Meet Erin English
Erin English has served in kids and family ministries for 18 years. With experience in ministry leadership, coaching, consulting, and strategy design, Erin thrives on sharing her experience and knowledge to help the local church create and sustain effective kids and family ministries.
Her track record proves that clear communication and expert collaboration will grow your leadership and your ministry. As a member of the Effective Ministries Division of Generis, Erin is dedicated to helping the local church see their mission and vision realized.
- Family Ministry Assessment
Let’s be honest; there are times when one-on-one guidance, encouragement and accountability brings out the best in us and accelerates our ability to chase down those big, audacious dreams. The Generis Coaching experience is designed to align with your greatest needs and is delivered over a period of time that makes the most sense for you.
Ministry is more fun when you don’t do it alone! A Collective is a virtual peer-to-peer experience where you will journey through a specific set of ideas or challenges for a period of 3-6 weeks. It’s a great way to break through those occasional logjams. And, if you’re not quite sure you’re ready for one-on-one coaching, this is a great way to test the waters.
With Generis, you’re not alone. Our customized Campaign approach will help you assess, rethink and reframe your current reality, allowing you to reach your specific goals while also establishing a foundation for increased generosity overall.
Every church deals with staff turnover and transition. It’s a normal and healthy cycle that can quickly become disruptive in the absence of a solid transition plan or a prolonged period of time trying to find the right replacement. Many members of the Generis team have worked IN a local church. They’ve fought the battles and earned the T-Shirt. They can help you plan for a healthy transition and maintain continuity as you wait for the next right leader to take the reins.
Need a comprehensive evaluation of your entire Family Ministry Strategy? This on-site assessment will focus on seven primary areas: vision, volunteer experience, programming, parent engagement, data, environment, and infrastructure.