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1 MM Council Vision, Mission, Strategies, Priorities and Activities August 21, 2011

2 Phil Navs Vision WE ENVISION LOVING COMMUNITIES living out and proclaiming the Gospel of God’s Kingdom leading to the transformation of hearts and lives, families and nations, from one generation to another. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

3 MM Navs Mission Statement TO ADVANCE THE GOSPEL of Jesus Christ and His Kingdom into families and communities in Metro Manila and beyond through spiritual generations, living and laboring among the lost. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

4 MM Navs Strategy - Campus Campus 1. Organize student groups and provide opportunities and venues for fellowship and connections. 2. Strengthen and develop life and leadership skills of students that will prepare them to serve in ministry even after graduation. 3. Establish a network of students committed to our vision and calling all over Metro Manila. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

5 MM Navs Strategy – Alumni & WP Alumni and Working People 1.Organize alumni groups and provide opportunities for fellowship and connections. 2.Encourage alumni to start their own ministry group. 3. Strengthen and train alumni and working people on stewardship, parenting and relationships, work and wealth creation, and on missions that they may live like missionaries whether they remain in the country or go overseas. 4. Identify and equip potential influencers and leaders for leadership in the different spheres of service (families, communities, workplaces, business, government, etc). 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

6 MM Navs Strategy - Community Community 1. Help organize communities that adopt holistic approach to life, emphasizing the need for spiritual reconciliation with Jesus Christ, discipleship and transformation. 2. Participate in programs and activities that will help the poor overcome poverty, e.g. education, health and nutrition, livelihood and enterprise development, and values formation. 3. Encourage discipleship among the rich and influential people. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

7 MM Navs Strategy – Local Church Local Churches 1. For local churches to embrace the Intentional Discipleship Church Process (IDCP). 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

8 Campus Ministry Facilitators 1. Aio Arzadon 2. Daidai Migraso 3. Erick Medina Primary Group Members 1. Abby Sison 2. Jean Migraso 3. Jaime Hernandez 4. Cocoy Arzadon 5. Omar Ginon 6. Neilmark Enriquez 7. Mary Grace De Guzman 8. Esther “T-tarts” Pinzon 9. Tembi Arzadon 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

9 Alumni and WPs Ministry Facilitators 1. Chuck Toque 2. Esther “T-tarts” Pinzon 3. Jean/Bobot Migraso (temp) Primary Group Members 1. Nemie and Maila Falconite 2. Mark and Joy Lumbay 3. Greg and Hannah Haskell 4. Soc and Ched Arzadon 5. Jean Barcena 6. Jam Flores 7. Alex Tan 8. Leov Duquez 9. Jing Ocampo 10. Nestine Hernandez 11. Emy Ginon 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

10 Community Ministry Facilitators 1. Jun and Susan Arevalo Primary Group Members 1. Willy and Diane Manubay 2. Jesse and Grace Felizardo 3. Raineer and Mila Chu 4. Jonathan and Thelma Nambu 5. Cris and Dotty Gregorio 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

11 Local Churches Facilitators (2) 1. Kim and Cess Sison Secondary Group Members 1. Jaime and Nestine Hernandez 2. Soc and Ched Arzadon 3. Greg and Hannah Haskell 4. Bobot and Jean Migraso 5. Kim and Cess Sison 6. Jean Barcena 7. Esther Pinzon 8. Aio Arzadon 9. Mary Grace De Guzman 10. Alex Tan 11. Jing Ocampo 12. Nemie and Maila Falconite 13. Mark and Joy Lumbay 14. Jong and Tess Vital 15. Jun and Susan Arevalo 16. Willy and Diane Manubay 17. Jesse and Grace Felizardo 18. Raineer and Mila Chu 19. Jonathan and Thelma Nambu 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

12 MMC Execom Coordinator – Jaime Y. Hernandez Jr. Campus Facilitators 1. Aio Arzadon 2. Daidai Migraso 3. Erick Medina Alumni and WPs Facilitators 1. Chuck Toque 2. Esther “T-tarts” Pinzon 4. Jean/Bobot Migraso (temp) Community Facilitators 1. Jun and Susan Arevalo Local Churches 1. Kim and Cess Sison 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

13 MM Council Organizational Structure The MM Council is the governing body. Decisions are made within the Council. The MMC Executive Committee is composed of the Facilitators from the different primary groups. The Facilitators are responsible for coordinating work in their primary groups. The MMC Facilitator is responsible for coordinating the work of the Council. Campus FaciAlumni & WP FaciLoc Church FaciCommunity Faci CampusAlumni & WPCommunityLocal Church MMC Executive Committee 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you? MMC Facilitator

14 Priorities per Ministry Area Assets – what will help in the realization of our vision that are already true/present in your group? Needs – what will help in the realization of our vision that are not true/present in your group? Priorities – Focusing on our vision, mission and strategy while considering your Assets and Needs, identify your priorities (activities, materials, equipment, etc.). 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

15 Campus Priorities Assets: people and laborers, nav building, staff/equippers, prayer, Bible study materials Needs: laborers, prayer, training, journals and bibles, student leaders Priorities: 1. Establish communities/bible study groups/student orgs in the different schools where insiders are already present (Ateneo, TIP, PUP, FEU, Fatima, PSBA). 2. Regular prayer for campuses. 3. Annual camps for training and building of relationships (when there is no national camp we will conduct regional camps). 4. Create an FB for metro manila students. 5. Visits of students in the different schools, e.g. UP to Ramon Magsaysay, etc. 6. Training of Student Leaders (insider, intimacy with God, church/oikos, discipleship). Consider adopt a campus by CDM. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

16 Campus Priorities Workshop for leading BS Groups using the Bible and Nav Materials (How to lead small group discussions) – November 2.Campus Visits to schools where there is Nav presence (highschool-to-college, college-to-college), e.g. Ateneo, Miriam, etc. - depends of schedules of activities of the different schools 3.Silent Retreat – October 4.Honoring Parents – March 5.Joint Valentine's Party – February 6.Sportsfest – December 7.Jubilee Celebration - April 29-May 1 8.Urban Poor immersion/ Exposure to Other Ministries - 1st Week of April

17 Alumni and WPs Priorities Asset 1. Alumni from other regions converge in MM for work 2. Young age group: Venue: Navs Center For Kuya Bobot and Ate Jean; Ate Hannah’s Place for UPD Women; Kuya Jaime’s group wd guys 4. Meetings not structured 5. Egroups and Facebook active 6. New UPD Alumni Needs 1. Other alumni not included (graduates from other campuses in MM), not integrated 2. YP’s older than 35yrs and still single, find themselves hard to blend in 3. New couples have other needs not met in the YP and Alumni group Priorities 1. Sustain the existing group- Kuya Bobot and Ate Jean, Ate Hannah’s group, Kuya Jaime- UPD guys 2. Connect with those not included- refer to database from last alumni conference 3. Create monthly gatherings for all YP’s and alumni; follow-up on the FACEBOOK LIVE 4. Invite older YP’s to conferences and anniversaries and other activities 5. Invite older couples and Professionals to community involvement – those who don’t fit the new couples, YP’s. 6. Parenting sessions for new couples with children less than 10 yrs old - A way to answer to the needs of young couples with children - 2 sessions per month starting September up to December minute lecture, 1hr & 30min open discussion - Proposed title: HELP! I’M A PARENT... - Open to young couple contacts of Alumni and YP’s 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

18 Alumni and WPs Priorities Sustain the existing groups- Kuya Bobot and Ate Jean, Ate Hannah’s group, Kuya Jaime-UPD guys, Alex Tan, T-tarts, Kuya Romy’s group, Ilonggo group 2. Hold monthly gatherings for all YP’s and alumni; follow- up on the FACEBOOK LIVE - the plan is to have existing alumni groups take turns in hosting/ preparing for the monthly gatherings and invite nav alumni in MM. Remember to invite people in the database from last alumni conference 3. Parenting seminars - Continue follow-up discussions with young couples with young kids. - Hold new meetings with couples who have teenage kids. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

19 Community Priorities Assets: 1. proximity/living together/staying together, 2. all age group levels are present children, youth, couples, elderly 3. CHAI Resources 4. small business skills Needs: 1. Values Education Seminar 2. Small business, Co-op 3. Volunteers/manpower 4. Conflict-Resolution Seminar 5. Volunteer Teachers Training Seminar 6. Family outings, Family Celebrations 7. Women in Mid-life Seminar Priorities: 1. Funding for New Classroom- Antipolo Community 2. Prayer Teams 3. Build and train Community leaders. Transition from friendships to bible study. 4. Scholarship programs. 5. Basic ministry skills training. 6. Tap opportunities for initiating new communities. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

20 Community Priorities We will serve as the link or catalyst for the different groups started by Nav alumni to work together and tap opportunities to serve one another and for initiating new communities. Some groups are focused on responding to specific problems in society; they can serve in the existing communities and expand their work and influence. - Samaritana (kuya Jonathan and Ate Thelma) - MMP group (Kuya Raineer and Ate Mila) - Evangelicals (Kuya Romy) - Urban poor communities in Antipolo (Kuya Willy and Ate Diane) - Microfinance Group (Kuya Jun/ CHAI) 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

21 Local Churches Assets: IDCProcess Training Seminars of CDM presently being done in several MM churches like: –San Juan Baptist Church –Makati Grace Intl Ministries –NCUC –CCF DGroup –KBCF Pastors/council leaders focused on living out the Great Commission through the IDCProcess components. CDM Funding – there is available fund for holding training seminars to these churches Funding available from the local churches Needs: Trained lay leaders grouped in triad (for accountability and focus)that live out the Great Commission to work together with the CDM staff involved in Metro Manila towards the realization of the vision/mission statements Priorities: Present the Metro Manila vision and mission statements to these churches to integrate them to their local vision/missions statements Pursue training using the IDCProcess to these key churches with 2years as timetable Setting of network of key leaders of local churches. Network with community group (caution on “converting” from one religion or church to another). Invite key leaders from local churches (homegrown) to be part of the MM Council. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

22 Local Churches Invite key leaders from local churches (homegrown) and Alumni who are deeply involved in Local churches to be part of the MM Council. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?

23 Source of Funds The ideal is for each community formed in MM to be self-sustaining and therefore financially independent. However, we will need to fund and support groups that are not yet in that situation. Thus, we will need to find donors who will serve as our partners in reaching our vision. I will present our plans and activities to a possible donor but I will need detailed plans from each of the groups. 1 Cor. 3:16 Don’t you realize that all of you together are God’s temple and the Holy Spirit of God lives in you?


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