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A Webinar Developed for Churchnet Missouri by Pinnacle Leadership Associates Introduce participants to the missional church concept Consider the type of leadership needed for missional ministry ID: 540852 Download Presentation

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Aligning Church and Leadership for Missional Ministry in the Community

A Webinar Developed for Churchnet Missouriby Pinnacle Leadership AssociatesSlide2

Introduce participants to the missional church concept.Consider the type of leadership needed for missional ministry.

Assess the readiness of church and leadership to engage in missional ministry in the community.Understand the needs of a potential community ministry partner and begin thinking about a strategy to engage with them

Objectives for Four SessionsSlide3

Ircel Harrison, For Such a Time as This: Aligning Church and Leadership for Missional Ministry

Joy F. Skjegstad, 7 Creative Models for Community Ministry

ResourcesSlide4

Session One: “Starting Where You Are: Becoming More Missional”

Session Two: “Leadership Lessons”Session Three: “Will We Know the Future if We See it?” Session Four: “Where Do We Go from Here?”

Four SessionsSlide5

Session One: “Starting Where You Are: Becoming More Missional”Slide6

What paradigms must change for your church to engage in missional ministry in the community?What are the challenges involved in changing these paradigms?

How might you motivate leaders to change? What does your church “bring to the table” in regard to gifts, resources, etc.? Think About ItSlide7

"It is not the church of God that has a mission, it is the God of mission that has a church."--Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

What is the missional church?Slide8

Models for Becoming Missional

Samaritan Ministry to HIV/AIDS patients and their families—Central Baptist Church, Fountain City (Knoxville), TN

Food Pantry and Community Garden, Englewood Baptist Church, Kansas City, MOSlide9

They are committed to the spiritual growth of participants.

They are engaged in ministry in the world.They create community and practice hospitality.They practice accountability

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Characteristics of Missional ChurchesSlide10

“Everyday living is where spiritual development is worked out.”—Reggie McNeal, Missional Renaissance

.Spiritual GrowthSlide11

“People don’t go to church; they

are the church. They don’t bring people to church; they bring the church to people.”—Reggie McNeal, Missional Renaissance

Ministry in the WorldSlide12

“Missional faith communities are very intentional about creating community and practicing hospitality. They are committed to one another but not at the expense of ‘the other’ who is different in some significant way. . . . Missional faith communities go out of their way to embrace those who are different.”—

For Such a Time as ThisHospitalitySlide13

“Genuine spirituality lives and flourishes only in cultures and relationships of accountability.”—Reggie McNeal,

Missional RenaissanceAccountabilitySlide14

Does your congregation display the characteristics of a missional faith community? What are they?How do you respond to McNeal’s statement, “Genuine spirituality lives and flourishes only in cultures and relationships of accountability”? Is this true in your experience? What are the accountability structures in your church that encourage growth in spirituality?”

Think About ItSlide15

What is your image or paradigm for church?

Images of the ChurchSlide16

Some possibilities:Church as Contrast Community

Church as KoinoniaChurch as Household of GodChurch as Table FellowshipWhat are pros and cons of each paradigm?

Images of the ChurchSlide17

Q: “How many Baptists

does it take to change a light bulb?”A: “Change???”“When you are through changing, you are through.”--Bruce Barton“People don't resist change. They resist being changed.”—Peter

Senge

ChangeSlide18

“If change is to happen in a congregation, the starting place is spiritual and relational vitality.”--Herrington, et al.

Leading Congregational ChangeWhere do you begin?Slide19

The unexpected—What has surprised us?

Incongruities—What is the difference between assumed and actual reality?Process need—Is there a better way to do it?Industry and market structure—What has changed in the religious community?Demographics—What has changed about the people around us? How have we changed?

Changes in perception—What is the image of our church in the community?

New knowledge—What are some new tools that we need to use?

  --adapted from Peter

Drucker

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Opportunities for changeSlide20

What’s the most creative thing you have done in your church in the last three years?

Where do you see opportunities for change in your church?Think About ItSlide21

Whose are you?Build trustStart small

Build on your strengthsGet outside the wallsBeginning the TransitionSlide22

Who should be on your “becoming missional” team?What small experiments can your church try that would make a big difference in its ministries?

What are your church’s strengths? Its gifts?Jot Down Some IdeasSlide23

Session Two: “Leadership Lessons”

December 17 (10 a.m.)Next Session:Slide24

For information on coaching, consulting and training, please contact:

Ircel Harrisonircelh@pinnaclelead.com@ircel615-423-8223

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