A Motherless Daughters Group Facilitator is a highly trained and skilled servant leader who facilitates topical studies that focus on helping women who have either lost or missed the nurturing care of their mothers. She has met all of the qualifications as outlined below for this role.
- In order to achieve this certification, a woman must have:
- Completed the Motherless Daughters 12-week class as a participant.
- Successfully completed Part I, Part II, and Part III of the 30-hr. Facilitator Class.
- Participated and successfully completed a practice group study.
- Completed the post-practicum group evaluation procedure.
- Must be accepting of other’s belief systems.
- Represents the Motherless Daughters Ministry with professionalism and Christian love.
- Maintains confidentiality with participant’s information outside of the facilitation team.
- Works collaboratively and plans with her facilitation team how best to serve the woman in the class.
- Prepares lesson plans, handouts, and all materials needed to facilitate the class.
- Completes the agreed upon commitment commitment for the group study.
- Participates in a post-class evaluation.
Commitment to the Ministry:
- Minimum 3 year commitment to the ministry. This begins after the completion of the practicum.
- Attend quarterly continuing education updates for Facilitators
- Involvement in at least one 12-week class session per year as a facilitator which means to facilitate a minimum of three individual classes per year.
- She may also choose to facilitate 6-week Topical Study Groups at any time in addition to her commitment of facilitating one 12-week class session per year.
- Coordinate class offerings through the Director of the Motherless Daughters Ministry.
- Adhere to the key criteria for creating facilitation teams as outlined in the facilitator manual
- Not to copy or reproduce copyrighted materials unless permission is specifically given.