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1 WHERE ARE WE? Kento-Boo Baptist Church

2 “I’ve belonged to churches where I felt like I was in the dark, and nobody knew where the switch was. We didn’t dare try to move ahead because we didn’t know which way was ahead.” Calvin Miller, The Empowered Leader, p.62

3 “I happen to believe that the first duty of a leader is to define reality” Max DePree to Peter Drucker

4 Vision or reality?

5 How hard would it be to drive your car to your house tonight, driving forward, using only the rear view mirror?

6 How hard would it be to drive your car to your house tonight, driving forward, using only the dashboard?

7 How hard would it be to drive your car to your house tonight, driving forward, using only the windshield?

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9 Strategic Planning is not only looking down the road, it is…

10 …not just a road map…

11 …it is a plan for a specific trip!

12 Thinking Strategically The Three Big Strategic Questions: 1.Where are we now? 2.Where do we want to go? 3.How do we get there?

13 This strategic plan will create the “structure” of our church Crew Boat Row Boat Our Boat??? Structure Matters

14 Where are we now?

15 Table two of Strategic plan(Pg 6)

16 Where are we now? Table three of Strategic plan(Pg 6)

17 Where do we want to go?

18 Core values (Pg 20)

19 Mission Statement (Pg 20) Kento-Boo Baptist Church exists for the purpose of Biblical teaching, the building of relationships, the accountability to God and brothers and sisters in Christ, and the developing of intimacy with God, with a view of reaching our world for Christ.

20 Mission Statement (Pg 20) Kento-Boo Baptist Church exists for the purpose of Biblical teaching, the building of relationships, the accountability to God and brothers and sisters in Christ, and the developing of intimacy with God, with a view of reaching our world for Christ.

21 Mission Statement (Pg 20) Kento-Boo Baptist Church exists for the purpose of Biblical teaching, the building of relationships, the accountability to God and brothers and sisters in Christ, and the developing of intimacy with God, with a view of reaching our world for Christ.

22 Mission Statement (Pg 20) Kento-Boo Baptist Church exists for the purpose of Biblical teaching, the building of relationships, the accountability to God and brothers and sisters in Christ, and the developing of intimacy with God, with a view of reaching our world for Christ.

23 Mission Statement (Pg 20) Kento-Boo Baptist Church exists for the purpose of Biblical teaching, the building of relationships, the accountability to God and brothers and sisters in Christ, and the developing of intimacy with God, with a view of reaching our world for Christ.

24 How do we get there? Key ministry Objectives (page 21 marked with a tab)

25 Key Ministry Objective #1 Restructure our current women’s ministry (pg 21)

26 Key purposes of the ministry  Have a monthly bible study & fellowship meeting for women  Look for creative ways to bring the women of the church together  Schedule women’s retreats  Mentoring program for women  WMU mission

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28 Key Ministry Objective #2 Transition to a plurality of Elders (pg 22)

29 Implementation Strategy: Pastor Shawn will lead the church through transitioning from a single elder ruled congregation to a plurality of elder’s model. What does the Bible teach about church structure?

30 Elder LedDeacon Served Team Driven Congregationally Approved

31 The Elder Model Teaching Elder Worship Elder Discipleship Elder Pastoral Care Outreach Elder Elder LedDeacon Served Team Driven Congregationally Approved

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33 Key Ministry Objective #3 Transition from a traditional Sunday school program to Grow Groups. (pg 25)

34 Table three of Strategic plan(Pg 25)

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36 Key Ministry Objective #4 Transition from a traditional Sunday night Bible study to Connection Groups. (pg 27)

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38 Key Ministry Objective #5 Restructure our Children’s Ministry (pg 28)

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40 Key Ministry Objective #6 Develop a Biblical Model of Deacon Ministry (pg 29)

41 Elder LedDeacon Served Team Driven Congregationally Approved

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43 Deacon Ministry Each deacon has families -Available for spiritual needs -Help guide spiritually -Hospital visitation -Stay in contact with families monthly -Follow-up when families miss -Communicate with pastor about needs

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45 Key Ministry Objective #7 Transition from a committee led church to Ministry Teams.(pg 34)

46 Plurality of Elders CommitteesTrusteesCongregation Ministry Teams

47 Women’s Ministry Team Leader Team Member #1 (Prayer) Team Member #2 (Bible Study ) Team Member #3 (Fellowship)

48 Ministry Teams Women’s Ministry Team Leader Team Member #1 (Prayer) Team Member #2 (Bible study) Team Member #3 (Fellowship) Team Member #4

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50 Key Ministry Objective #8 Implement a plan to start a Visitation-Evangelism ministry.(pg 38)

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52 Key Ministry Objective #9 Pay off current mortgage on the Fellowship Building and existing debt from rental house. (pg 40)

53 Kento-Boo Baptist Church Move this mountain campaign!

54 Matthew 17:20...if you have faith as a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move; and nothing will be impossible for you.

55 As of January 1, 2015 we currently owe $779, on the Fellowship building and 121, on the rental house. This makes our total combined debt $901, Our debt payments at Kento-Boo are $7, per month, which is roughly 28.8% percent of our monthly budget.

56 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property

57 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property Step 2 - Commit to paying mortgage payments on the fellowship building through the budget

58 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property Step 2 - Commit to paying mortgage payments on the fellowship building through the budget Step 3 - Keep the spiritual health of our Kento-Boo family in mind.

59 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property Step 2 - Commit to paying mortgage payments on the fellowship building through the budget Step 3 - Keep the spiritual health of our Kento-Boo family in mind. Step 4 – Debt reduction campaign

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61 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property Step 2 - Commit to paying mortgage payments on the fellowship building through the budget Step 3 - Keep the spiritual health of our Kento-Boo family in mind. Step 4 – Debt reduction campaign Step 5 – Refinance the current mortgage

62 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property Step 2 - Commit to paying mortgage payments on the fellowship building through the budget Step 3 - Keep the spiritual health of our Kento-Boo family in mind. Step 4 – Debt reduction campaign Step 5 – Refinance the current mortgage Step 6 - Commit to staying debt-free in the future

63 Implementation Strategy: Step 1 – Sell the rental property Step 2 - Commit to paying mortgage payments on the fellowship building through the budget Step 3 - Keep the spiritual health of our Kento-Boo family in mind. Step 4 – Debt reduction campaign Step 5 – Refinance the current mortgage Step 6 - Commit to staying debt-free in the future Step 7 - Stay committed to giving to missions

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