What is an Accountability Captain?
Registration is now closed for the Winter 2012 Session. Registration for the Summer session will open April 16,2012. In the meantime, you can always join in on the #hellomornings Twitter stream.
An “AC” is the person (or persons) in each Hello Mornings Group who is committed to checking each week day. They will be our contact point for new information.
Accountability Captain Responsibilities
It sounds all fancy and complicated, but it’s not really. You don’t need any degrees or initials after your name to be an AC. You just need to love Jesus and do one thing.
The 1 Task of an AC: Check in each weekday – Pray for your group as you connect with them, share what you read that morning or just say hi.
You might think that’s too simple. Shouldn’t an AC do more? Write inspiring words? Encourage them? Go to their homes and drag them out of bed? Do peppy cheers on You Tube each morning?
Those things are great, but the power of faithfulness is often overlooked. I love this quote:
“A river cuts through rock, not because of its power, but because of its persistence.”
– Jim Watkins
You do not need to be Billy Graham or Ann Voskamp to be an AC. You don’t need to say certain words or check in an hour before everyone else. You just need to be faithful.
Pray for your group as you check in every week day. That’s all.
What we believe
What ISN’T an Accountability Captain?
An AC isn’t a counselor, pastor, fitness guru, planning expert or natural early riser. Should anyone in your group ask you a question beyond your knowledge, don’t hesitate to refer them to the forums, Google or their pastor.
Your singular job is to model faithfulness.
How do I sign up to be an Accountability Captain?
Simply check the AC box at the bottom of the registration form.