ORGANIZATION 1. You are in a modern organization if you: manage ______ delegate ________ aspire to accomplish collective _____ have members who belong to other ____________ interact with the ____ live in the modern ______
ORGANIZATION 2. Leading a church requires us to attend to ___________ issues, learn organizational ______, and understand basic organizational ________.
EVALUATION 1.However, there are common “systems” in all churches that can be compared across _______, church _____, and leadership _____.
EVALUATION 2. _________ evaluation reinforces alienation and insecurity; _________ it provides perspective and hope.
EVALUATION 3. They _____________ the comparing/evaluation process so we can see where the church is strong and weak.
SYSTEMS 1. System thinking arises out of a “________________” view of organizations, instead of a strictly mechanical one.
SYSTEMS 2. A body operates on _________ systems that interact and are not entirely irreducible; that is, they depend on each other, but they also have their own operating system and particular functions in the body.
SYSTEMS 3. Examining the _____________ health gives us insight into how we might intelligently _________ in the system to bring greater _______ and efficiency to the whole.
SYSTEMS 4. A ________ ________ helps us avoid attempting to fix chronic symptoms with inappropriate methods.
SYSTEMS 5. A leader should build on her personal ________.
SYSTEMS 6. Addressing _______ organizational systems is the ____ of overall leadership and is the most important function of a__________..
SYSTEMS 7. It is this responsibility of ______ and ________ the whole church that defines this role more than any other task.
SYSTEMS 8. These church system-diagnostics have been tested thousands of times in almost every global culture.
SYSTEMS 9. Evaluating your church systems is not a __________ on your personal competency. It is a way of _________ you to see the “whole” so you can organize wisely.
1. _______ : The good news of Jesus, capable of ___________ everything about a person, their community, and their world.
BASIC CONCEPTS 2. __________________ : Individuals actively committed to living a "_____" life in the context of community.
BASIC CONCEPTS 3. _____________ : A spiritually_________________ God seeker who is_____________ with the missional community.
BASIC CONCEPTS 4. ________________________ : A ______________________ with the posture, tone, motives, and Heart of Jesus; those who physically represent him in a particular location.
BASIC CONCEPTS 5.__________ : The _________ of the body; the way a person or community expresses itself to others, especially in __________ ways.
BASIC CONCEPTS 6. ____________________: Moving beyond knowledge-based discipleship to _______________ __________, with the goal of living like Jesus lived.
BASIC CONCEPTS 7.______________: The natural and deliberate process of __________ among, ___________ to, and ______ people in culture with the desire to connect them to the Christian community.
WEEKLEY THEMES Missional Incarnational Gospel Community Living Inviting Apprentice Intuitive
BASIC RYHTHMS DAY 1 __________________________ Introduces you to the subject of the week and provide__________, _________, and ___________ to help you begin to get an understanding of the concepts.
BASIC RYHTHMS DAY 2 __________________________ A scripture or two to ______ in for a little while.
BASIC RYHTHMS DAY 3__________________________ Where we start to get ________. What does this idea mean in your life? How would your life be _________ if you began to let it be changed by the Gospel?
BASIC RYHTHMS DAY 4 __________________________ Moving from _________ change to __________. It’s about putting it into practice with practical ideas for taking action each week.
BASIC RYHTHMS DAY 5 ________________________ When you get together with the other members of your community for some much needed ___________________ and testimony times.
BASIC RYHTHMS DAY 6 __________________________ Revisit the theme for the week from a different ___________ and give you some additional things to think about as you allow God to bring transformation to your life.
SECULAR RELIGION Secular religion video goes on this page
THE NEXUS OF THE CROSS At the cross, the vertical bar says: “Love your God”, and in the horizontal bar says: “Love your neighbor as yourself”. They _____________.
Secular Religion tries to ______ the elements of the cross. DIVIDE AND CONQUER
God’s __________ is the highest value Believe in the _____. God is in _______. Pursue holiness, ___________________ ________ and from sin. Be a witness, a _______________ about God and Hell. Love my neighbor: ___________ ________? VERTICAL: LOVE YOUR GOD
Weakenings: Spiritual Apathy: Lack of ______________ and a _________________of God’s people. Ecclesiastical Indifference: Lukewarm, disconnected, and ____________________ of today. VERTICAL: LOVE YOUR GOD
An _________________ are the highest value. All values/beliefs are valid as to the ______________________. Love your God? _______________? HORIZONTAL: “Love your Neighbor”
Weakenings: Moral Relativism: The _____________________. Cultural Decadence: __________________________________. HORIZONTAL: “Love your Neighbor”
“UNITE” and CONQUER Separated they are weak; ___________________.
The Elephant’s agenda is: Let’s love God and let God rule. We are the ____________. We will rule. The Donkey’s agenda is: Let’s love our neighbor, and let the people rule. We are the __________________. We will rule. THE LAMB’S AGENDA
Love ___________________________. Be ______________________. Do ___________________. Pray for ________________________ ___________________. THE LAMB’S AGENDA
When the spiritual and the secular messages unite, they become “___________”. SACRED SecularSpiritual
RECONCILIATION Bonhoeffer video goes on this page
The American church was having a ____________! Trying to keep him “___________ ________________”. There were ministry/traveling _____________. “I will become a ________to everything I believe in.” Loyalty to Hitler = ________________. BONHOEFFER
Bonhoeffer was committed to (both/and) Biblical Truth and social justice Worship and activism The Church and the weak BONHOEFFER
CASE STUDY Mammon: Materialism Moloch: Genocide (abortion) Aphrodite: Sex and beauty Apollo: Art and intelligence (Science) Dionysus: God of wine, parties and festivals, madness, chaos, drunkenness, drugs, and ecstasy. Zeus: Power, control, and order.
CASE STUDY What “god” is influencing my context? What is keeping me “happy and preoccupied” within the church, distracting me from issues around me? What kind of “both/and” commitment do I need to make?
CONNECTing the dots Bloom Personal Calling & Self Discovery