Lecture 4 churchplanting

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  1. Recognize: Coordinate with the sending church on when, who, and how to recruit
    - Make agreed, specific, in-writing expectations
    - The sending pastor may save you from taking people that will be troublesome
    - There should be no surprises
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  2. Recognize: 1.2.1 A strong, obvious leader as the church planter
    1.2.2 Four or five strong, called couples or singles who: 1.2.2.1 Share the church planter’s vision and values 1.2.2.2 Are committed to the church planter as a person 1.2.2.3 Are capable and responsible
    1.2.2.4 Are available
    1.2.2.5 Are teachable and responsive
    1.2.3 Who not to take on your team:
    1.2.3.1 People who need extra attention or pastoral care 1.2.3.2 People who are disgruntled with the current leadership
    1.2.3.3 People who lack any track record of serving or fruitful ministry
    1.2.3.4 People who have their own vision/agenda
    1.2.3.5 People who cannot see you as their leader/pastor 1.2.4 You can distinguish between those who come as part of the planting team (i.e., temporary leadership) and those who just follow to attend and participate
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  3. Recognize: Consider how far you are moving; think about a staggered move.
    1.3.1 How quickly do you need to succeed?
    1.3.2 Can people move later?
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  4. Recognize: Pray for team members.
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  5. Recognize: Seek character and vision compatibility first.
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  6. Recognize:
    Use a functional, gift-oriented approach.
    1.6.1 People typically follow their passions and giftings. The most accurate predictor of future behavior is recent, past behavior.
    1.6.2 As a church planter, first determine a potential team member’s passions and giftings.
    1.6.2.1 If these fit what you are looking for on your church planting team, then invite the person.
    1.6.2.2 If these don’t fit, then don’t invite the person. People typically give lip service to a job description but then do the things they want to do most after the church is planted.
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  7. Recognize: Use a prayerful approach.
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  8. Recognize:
    Size considerations
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  9. Recognize:
    Set expectations.
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  10. Recognize:
    Be aware of the size of the church you are being sent from.
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  11. Recognize:
    Possible places and ways to recruit your team
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  12. Recognize:
    -Financial and prayer support
    -Personal support
    The recommended ways for building a church planting team.
  13. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Gather people.
    0-50
  14. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.


    Don’t waste time on legal or administrative issues.
    0-50
  15. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Why are you here? Be ready to answer, “Why are you here?” with your story and vision, not with, “I’m here to plant a church.”
    0-50
  16. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Create repeatable small groups.
    0-50
  17. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Focus your efforts on those that you don't have yet
    0-50
  18. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Prepare two teachings every week
    0-50
  19. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Set your culture towards those that don't know Jesus
    0-50
  20. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Keep inviting new people.
    50-100
  21. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Develop new leaders.
    50-100
  22. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.


    The church personality should gel.
    50-100
  23. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.


    Build commitment.
    50-100
  24. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Start working for the church at this time.
    50-100
  25. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Look for an Assistant Pastor.
    100-150
  26. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Deal with people who have their own agenda.
    100-150
  27. Match the key issues a church plant team faces with each stage/size of a church plant: 0-50 people, 50-100 people and 100-150 people.

    Save as much money as possible.
    100-150
  28. Recognize:
    What will your first six months of sermons include?
    What will you do about children?
    two of the eight questions you should answer before going public.
  29. TEXTBOOK LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Describe (in 1 sentence each) any four of the seven postmodern values to be aware of in order to understand postmodernity. Then list (in 1 phrase each) and explain (in 1 paragraph each) any four of the ten key values of emerging church plants that are impactful in a postmodern world.
    ( See Chapter 10, Planting Missional Churches: Planting a Church That’s Biblically Sound and Reaching People in Culture by Ed Stetzer)
  30. Recognize:
    What materials will you provide to visitors?
    Is your assimilation process built?
    Two of the eight questions you should answer before going public.
  31. Recognize:
    How do people get acclimated to your church?
    What are your core beliefs?
    Two of the eight questions you should answer before going public.
  32. Recognize:
    What about relationships and community?
    What about the sacraments?
    Two of the eight questions you should answer before going public.
  33. Recognize;
    What about money?
    What is your church’s name?
    Two of the eight questions you should answer before going public.
  34. Recognize:
    How will you inform people from the community that you are there?
    Who is on your board to oversee finances?
    Two of the eight questions you should answer before going public.

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