One Bishop’s Example
Here is a flowchart I created for an upcoming article I wrote Leading Saints (I’ll link to that article after it’s published), illustrating one example of how a bishop might administer welfare.
I have never served as a bishop–this came from working as a bishop’s counselor and observing his philosophies, principles, and practices. This is NOT meant to be a one-size-fits-all solution; it is simply my mapping of ONE bishop’s approach. We did not use a called self-reliance or employment specialist, etc., so that is not represented in this chart. Your ward may have a great person serving in that capacity–if so, great! I would love for you to click the link below which I have set up for you to create your own copy of the flowchart, modify to illustrate how you do it, and send it my way. Instructions are below.
I am open to feedback.
Create your own!
I want to see what you’re doing in your unit. To that end, I have created a non-editable copy of this flowchart that you can copy and modify to your heart’s content.
Note: I’m 99% sure that you will need a Google Account.
Step One: Click this link.
Step Two: Click the “Authorize” link to allow Google Drive to use the Draw.io service.
Step Three: Entering your Google Account credentials may be required.
Step Four: After signed in, you will be viewing the read-only copy of my flowchart. To create your own copy, click File> Make a Copy…
Step Five: Rename your file to whatever you would like it to be, and save it to whatever service you use; I use Google Drive. You are now on your own editable copy.
Step Six: Make your changes.
Step Seven: Sharing can be done by clicking the “Share” button, or clicking
(1) File> Share…
(2) File> Export as> (choose file type), or
(3) File> Publish
Step Eight: Send your file or link to me! (please): genkibrady [at] gmail [dot] com
Step Nine: When you send your file/link to me, please let me know if I can share this information online, either in a future Leading Saints article, here on my Genkibrady page, or on social media.