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La Gran Comisión:

La Gran Comisión La Dinamica De Los Grupos De Crecimiento Leccion # 1 Iglesia EL Cordero De Dios

La Dinamica De Los Grupos:

Primera Parte La Dinamica De Los Grupos La Gran Comision Leccion A: La condicion de la iglesia respecto a La Gran Comisión Leccion B:Obstaculos que impiden el llevar acabo La Gran Comisión El Señor Jesus en su palabra nos hace el llamado de ir y ganar al mundo ; a este llamdo se le conoce como La Gran Comisión ( Mateo 28: 18-20)

A:La condicion de la iglesia respecto a la gran comisión:

La Dinamica De Los Grupos De Crecimiento A:La condicion de la iglesia respecto a la gran comisión Llevar a cabo La Gran Comisión no es tarea facil puesto que muchas veces nos encontramos con serias limitaciones y obstaculos;y al igual que sus discipulos nos sentimos inpotentes para hacer la obra que Dios nos ha encomendado (Mateo 17:19) En donde reside el problema ? Acaso Dios bendice mas a unos que a otros ? Sera que Dios ya no es el mismo ? O que en nuestros tiempos ya no es posible llebar a cabo La Gran Comisión ?.De ninguna manera ! El problema no radica ni en Dios, ni en la imposibilidad de realizar La Gran Comisión . El problema esta en nosotros y en como estamos haciendo el trabajo.Debemos reconocer la importancia del cómo hacer la obra de Dios,debemos darnos cuenta que La Gran Comisión . Es algo mas que la simple accion Evangelistaica . Algo Mas :

A:La condicion de la iglesia respecto a la gran comisión:

La Dinamica De L os G rupos D e Crecimiento A:La condicion de la iglesia respecto a la gran comisión Algo Mas : Es algo mas mas que una simple accion evangelistica;implica todo un proseso de formacion de creyentes:ir,hacer discipulos,bautizarles y enseñarles segun encontramos en el evangelio de Mateo28:19-20 Es algo mas que una labor convencional de pulpito por parte del pastor o de unos pocos lideres . Es una labor de movilizacion de los creyente en Hechos 8:1 y 4 encontramos que todos los creyentes fueron esparcidos e iban anunciando por todas partes el evangelio Requiere que tomemos en cuenta a las personas, las condiciones del medio y otras situaciones particulares en que nos encontremos , a fin de definir estrategias que nos acerquen mas a la gente y a sus necesidades;Pablo mismo nos da su ejemplo en 1Corintios 9:19-23

A:La condicion de la iglesia respecto a la gran comisión:

La Dinamica De Los Grupos De Crecimiento A:La condicion de la iglesia respecto a la gran comisión El llamado de la Gran Comisión , demanda entoces la búsqueda de una estrategia efectiva,dinámica y que permita hacer la obra Dios. Una rápida evaluacion de la forma en que se ha venido haciendo esta labor, nos mostrará algunos obstáculos que generalmente se presentan para llevar a cabo con buen resultado La Gran Comisión . Obstaculos :

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without La Dinamica De Los Grupos ComisióObstáculos que impiden el llevar a cabo La Gran n Actividades de la iglesia centralizadas en el templo casi en un 100%. Pobre desarrollo de liderazgo , debido a que sólo unos pocos sirven y ministran . Pasibidad y poca participacion de los creyentes ; la gran mayoria de ellos son sólo espectadores en los cultos o reuniones de la iglesia . Relacion impersonal de los creyentes debido a los programas rutinarios en los que el creyente ve y escucha lo que sucede en el culto de reunion. Centralizacion de las labores pastorales en una sola persona o de unos pocos . Primera Parte

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without La Dinamica De Los Grupos Perdida de la vision del potencial de los creyentes,subestimando sus capicidadades para hacer la obra de Dios. Desbalance y falta de direccion en el crecimiento de la iglesia.Las diferentes asociaciones o departamentos que la conforman , activan exclusivamente por sus propios retos o intereses ; sin una vision integral hacia el cecimiento . Activismo sin propósito definido . Sumergirse en el mucho hacer actividades . invirtiendo fuerzas que se necesitan para hacer lo que si es importante . Temor del pastor o de los lideres de implementar nuevos modelos de trabajo que difieran con *La tradicion o la estructura *. Todo esto ha obstaculizado el llevar a cabo La Gran Comision y el crecimiento de la iglesia ,ante esta situacion se hace necesario adoptar una estrategia efectiva , por lo que proponemos : La Dinamica de los grupos de crecimiento , como un método eficaz para el crecimiento de la iglesia Primera Parte

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Los Grupos De Crecimiento La Dinamica De Los Grupos Leccion #2 Una estrategia para llevar a cabo La Gran Comision . A : Ventajas y beneficios de esta estrategia . La dinámica de los grupos de crecimiento es una estrategia que Dios ha depositado en manos de la Iglesia,para que mediante el poder del Espiritu Santo se obtengan grandes resultados en la extencion de su reino.Por esta razon en forma practica y como producto de la experiencia , se señalan algunas de las ventajas y beneficios que el trabajo con los grupos de crecimiento aportan a ese proposito . El pastor de la congregacion se libera de ser un hombre orquesta y se convierte en el guia , en aquel que dirige a la congregacion en la vision que el Señor va dando . La iglesia se covierte en una congregación dinámica donde todos pueden trabajar girando alrededor de un fuerte vasto liderazgo .

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Los Grupos De Crecimiento La Dinamica De Los Grupos Los miembros descubren que la iglesia no es una instalación,ni un culto semanal;experimentan que la iglesia son los mienbros ,y aprenden a vivir bajo ese principio. El organizar a la jente en pequeños grupos permite desarrollar actividades en forma ordenada y efectiva . Esta dinamica permite que los miembros se identifiquen entre si dentro de una zona;donde puedad buscarse entre ellos con mucha facilidad , y para apoyarse en momentos de necesidad,practicando asi la vida cristiana comunitaria . Se profundiza en cuanto a la enseñanza,apredisaje de la palabra de Dios y principios cristianos,ya que los miembros dejan de ser espectadores para convertise en estudiantes activos y participativos . El evangelismo no queda en manos de unos pocos cristianos,si no que cada mienbro del grupo seconvierte en un evangelista.No se depende de actividades evangelisticas especiales ya que los grupos siempre están evangelizando .

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Los Grupos De Crecimiento La Dinamica De Los Grupos Los grupos proveen el ambiente adecuado para que los miembros puedan desarollar sus dones , talentos y liderazgo . Los grupos favorecen la estabilidad financiera para el sostenimiento de la iglesia . Los grupos tienen participacion el los cultos o reuniones generales de la iglesia en diferentes labores:Aseo,anfitriones,levantando la ofrenda,acomodando personas,entregando informacion escrita,intercediendo en oracion etc. En el pastoreo de las ovejas esposible es posible brindar una atencion mas completa,ya que se inbolucra a muchas personas haciendo la labor de visitacion,consegeria y ministracion . La comunidad no va ala iglesia , sino que la iglesia va ala comunidad.A través de las diferentes proyecciones de los grupos de crecimiento,la iglesia se da a conoser en la comunidad , decentralizando su avtividad de un solo punto geografico a muchos otros en toda la ciudad. Posibilitan que , en épocas de crisis politica o social,la iglesia puede seguir funcionando,sin depender de un templo .

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Los Grupos De Crecimiento La Dinamica De Los Grupos En el libro de los Hechos El gran grupo de creyentes , de miles segun Hechos 2:41,fue conformado en pequeños grupos,que se reunian en las casas . ¡ Laiglesia crecia en todo lugar y circunstancias ! Hechos 2:46 46 Perseveraban unánimes cada día en el templo, y partiendo el pan en las casas comían juntos con alegría y sencillez de corazón, Hechos 5:42 42 Y todos los días, en el templo y por las casas, incesantemente, enseñaban y predicaban a Jesucristo. Hechos2:2 2 De repente vino del cielo un estruendo como de un viento recio que soplaba, el cual llenó toda la casa donde estaban; 22 Ellos dijeron: --Cornelio el centurión, varón justo y temeroso de Dios, y que tiene buen testimonio en toda la nación de los judíos, ha recibido instrucciones de un santo ángel, de hacerte venir a su casa para oir tus palabras.

La Dinamica De Los Grupos :

Los Grupos De Crecimiento La Dinamica De Los Grupos En el libro de los Hechos Hechos 12:12 12 Al darse cuenta de esto, llegó a casa de María, la madre de Juan, el que tenía por sobrenombre Marcos. Muchos estaban allí reunidos, orando. Hechos 20:20 20 y cómo nada que fuera útil he rehuido de anunciaros y enseñaros, públicamente y por las casas, 30 Pablo permaneció dos años enteros en una casa alquilada, y recibía a todos los que a él venían. Gracias Por Su Atencion Que Dios Me les Bendiga Rica Y Poderosamente Amen Pastor: Francisco Castellanos Iglesia EL Cordero De Dios

Lesson 1:

Lesson 1 An introduction to shapes

An introduction to shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without An introduction to shapes What is a shape? In Visio, the definition is much broader than you might think. Yes, you can use basic shapes like rectangles and diamonds for a flowchart. But you can also use very detailed shapes. And Visio shapes don’t just sit there and look good. They have interactive behavior as well. Meaning that when you work with them, they react in a certain way.

Two types of shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Two types of shapes When you work with Visio shapes, you can resize, rotate, format, and move them. But how the shape behaves when you do those things depends on the type of shape. There are two types of shapes in Visio: one-dimensional shapes (1-D shapes) and two-dimensional shapes (2-D shapes). Each type of shape behaves a certain way. When you know what type of shape you’re dealing with, you’ll be able to work with it successfully.

1-D shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without 1-D shapes A 1-D shape is a shape that, when selected, has a beginning point and an ending point . How do 1-D shapes behave when you work with them? If you move the beginning point or ending point, only one dimension changes: the length. But the most powerful feature of 1-D shapes is their ability to connect two other shapes. 1-D shapes typically look like lines.

1-D shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without 1-D shapes You’re probably thinking, “Wait a minute, these lines don’t look like shapes to me.” It’s true, the word “shape” usually refers to a form or an object that has a distinct outline or boundary. But Visio considers these lines to be shapes and calls them shapes, so getting in that habit now will avoid confusion later.

2-D shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without 2-D shapes A 2-D shape is a shape that, when selected, does not have a beginning point or an ending point. How do 2-D shapes behave? When you click and drag a corner selection handle, you can change two dimensions: the length and the width. But you can’t use 2-D shapes to connect other shapes. That function is limited to 1-D shapes. Instead, a 2-D shape has eight selection handles .

2-D shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without 2-D shapes 2-D shapes are typically used to represent something, either a general concept such as a step in a flowchart or a specific object such as a factory or a piece of equipment. Like the laptop and the block shown here, some 2-D shapes are drawn to look three-dimensional. Even so, Visio considers these shapes to be 2-D shapes. You know that because of the eight selection handles.

1-D or 2-D? How to be sure:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without 1-D or 2-D? How to be sure At first glance, some shapes that look 2-D are really 1-D. And vice versa. To avoid confusion, always select the shape. Visio will tell you what type it is. For example, the arrow shape at the top of this picture appears to be two dimensional because it has thickness. But when you select it, you see its beginning point and its ending point, so it is 1-D for sure. Instead of just representing a concept or an object, this arrow is used to connect other shapes.

1-D or 2-D? How to be sure:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without 1-D or 2-D? How to be sure On the other hand, the curve shape appears to be 1-D. After all, it looks like just a line. But when you select it, you see the eight selection handles that tell you it’s 2-D. So this curve represents the concept of a bell-shaped curve of data—but the line that creates the curve cannot connect other shapes.

Shapes with special behavior:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Shapes with special behavior All shapes in Visio are either 1-D or 2-D, depending on how they behave. However, some shapes have more behavior that is unique to them and that doesn’t depend on whether they’re 1-D or 2-D. This unique behavior makes these shapes especially handy.

Shapes with special behavior:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Shapes with special behavior For example, some shapes have yellow control handles that let you interact with them. In this illustration, the door shape has a control handle that lets you swing the door open and closed. Will it clear the table nearby? It appears not. Better find a smaller table or make other adjustments to the furniture so that this problem doesn’t occur in the real world.

Anything is a shape:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can’t live without Anything is a shape When working with Visio, you’ll probably want to add text, photos, or clip art. So keep in mind that anything is a shape in Visio, including pictures and text. If you type text on an empty part of the page, that text will be a 2-D shape, and it will have eight selection handles when selected. If you select an imported picture, it will have those handles too. Let’s face it: Anything on the page is a shape to Visio, anything. Even if the shape wasn’t created in Visio.

Suggestions for practice:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Suggestions for practice Get familiar with 2-D shape behavior. Get familiar with 1-D shape behavior. Examine the variety of 1-D and 2-D shapes. Explore the special behavior that some shapes have. Online practice (requires Visio 2007)

Test 1, question 1:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 1, question 1 How can you identify a 2-D shape in Visio? (Pick one answer.) Select the shape and look for the six green selection handles at the sides of the shape. Select the shape and look for the eight green selection handles at the sides of the shape. If the shape has two dimensions, it’s a 2-D shape. If the shape looks as though it has three dimensions, it’s not 2-D, it’s 3-D.

Test 1, question 1: Answer:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 1, question 1: Answer Select the shape and look for the eight green selection handles at the sides of the shape. Many 2-D shapes also have a green rotation handle .

Test 1, question 2:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 1, question 2 What’s one good reason to use a 1-D shape? (Pick one answer.) You want a thin border line along the four sides of a drawing page. You want the shape to resemble a spatial object such as a circle, a piece of furniture, or some office equipment. You want the shape to represent an employee in an org chart. You want to connect two shapes.

Test 1, question 2: Answer:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 1, question 2: Answer You want to connect two shapes. Connecting two shapes is, in fact, the main reason you’d use a 1-D shape in Visio.

Test 1, question 3:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 1, question 3 If you drag a shape’s yellow control handle , what will happen? (Pick one answer.) The shape will rotate. The shape will exhibit special behavior. The shape will resize to proportionate widths. The shape will move in a straight line so that you can keep it on the same y or x axis.

Test 1, question 3: Answer:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 1, question 3: Answer The shape will exhibit special behavior. If a shape has a yellow control handle, you can drag that handle to get additional behavior from the shape. For example, you can swing open a door shape or open a drawer in a file cabinet shape.

Lesson 2:

Lesson 2 How to get shapes

How to get shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without How to get shapes In Visio, all the world’s…a shape. And there are hundreds of Visio shapes to choose from, more than you can memorize. So it’s good to know how to find them when you need them. There are six ways to get shapes. While the number of ways to get shapes isn’t as abundant as the number of shapes themselves, six is plenty. That’s because each method is good for a different purpose.

You must remember this:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without You must remember this Before discussing how to get shapes, it’s important that you understand three terms. Shapes window . This window contains stencils. Stencils . Stencils aren’t shapes. That’s important. Stencils contain shapes. Shapes . Shapes, in Visio, are everything. But shapes aren’t stencils. Stencils contain shapes.

Get shapes with templates:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes with templates One way to get shapes is to choose a template , which is one of the drawing type options you see when you start Visio. When you choose a template, the stencils and shapes for that template will appear in the Shapes window, ready to work with. The advantage of using a template is that it provides many related shapes organized for a specific purpose. Animation: Right-click, and click Play .

Get shapes with templates:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes with templates One way to get shapes is to choose a template , which is one of the drawing options you see when you start Visio. When you choose a template, the stencils and shapes for that template will appear in the Shapes window, ready to work with. The advantage of using a template is that it provides many related shapes organized for a specific purpose.

Get shapes by searching:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes by searching If you need more shapes than a template gives you, you can use the Search for Shapes box to search for them. For example, if you’re working on a network diagram, you might want to use a larger arrow than the arrows in the template stencils.

Get shapes by searching:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes by searching The picture illustrates how you might search for arrow shapes. Type one or two words in the Search for Shapes box, for example, “arrows.” Then press ENTER. Visio creates a temporary stencil to hold the shapes it finds. In this example, that temporary stencil has the name arrows . To use a shape, you’d drag it from the arrows stencil onto your drawing.

Get shapes by browsing:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes by browsing You can also browse for shapes by using the File menu and the Shapes submenu. For example, let’s say that a few weeks ago you used Visio to create a map. You remember using a shape for the airport in the map, and now that shape would be helpful in the flowchart you are making.

Get shapes by browsing:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes by browsing To get that airport shape into the flowchart, you could browse as shown in the picture. The Transportation Shapes stencil would appear in the Shapes window along with your flowchart stencils, and you could drag the airport shape to the page.

Draw your own shapes:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Draw your own shapes If you can’t find the shape you need in Visio, you can always draw your own . Your own shape can be simple or complex, from a wiggly line to a piece of custom office equipment. The tip of the iceberg is the Drawing toolbar, shown here. It lets you create shapes from scratch by using simple tools.

Get shapes from other people:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes from other people Sometimes other people have made shapes that you want to use—a coworker, say, or a company that makes and sells Visio shapes for certain industries. When you want to use shapes made by others, they could send you a copy of a Visio drawing with those shapes in it. Often, however, what you’ll get is a stencil of shapes.

Get shapes from other people:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Get shapes from other people A stencil is a file with “.vss” or “.vsx” in the file name. When you receive a stencil file, copy it to this location: C:\Documents and Settings\ username \My Documents\My Shapes The stencil will then be available when you use the File menu and the Shapes submenu. For example, a stencil might be called ContosoShapes.vss or ContosoShapes.vsx.

Insert pictures:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Insert pictures Suppose you’d like to insert a photograph into a diagram. To do that, on the Insert menu, point to Picture and then click From File . (This process is similar to other Office programs you may be familiar with.) When you insert a picture, Visio will automatically make it a 2-D shape and put the eight handles on it.

Insert pictures:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Insert pictures Shapes made by inserting pictures aren’t as intelligent as the shapes that come from stencils. As far as interactive behavior goes, they’re not much more than a square on the page. Nonetheless, they are shapes, which means you can connect them with 1-D shapes, resize them, position them, and so on.

Suggestions for practice:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Suggestions for practice Look at the shapes available in a template. Search for a starburst shape. Browse for a shape. Use stencils provided by other people. Insert a picture. Online practice (requires Visio 2007)

Test 2, question 1:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 2, question 1 Which of the following is not a way to get shapes? (Pick one answer.) Insert a picture. Choose a template. Choose Import on the Shapes menu. Browse for shapes using the File menu and Shapes submenu.

Test 2, question 1: Answer:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 2, question 1: Answer Choose Import on the Shapes menu. This is not one of the ways to get shapes.

Test 2, question 2:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 2, question 2 What is a Visio stencil? (Pick one answer.) A collection of shapes available in the Shapes window. A premade shape that you can drag onto a page. A file you can open in Visio that contains an already created drawing. All you have to do is fill in the blanks. A cutout shape that you can fill with any color you want.

Test 2, question 2: Answer:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 2, question 2: Answer A collection of shapes available in the Shapes window. Often people think that a Visio stencil is a shape, but it’s not. It’s a group of shapes.

Test 2, question 3:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 2, question 3 If someone gave you a .vss or .vsx file, where should you put it so that it is available in Visio? (Pick one answer.) My Pictures\My Visio Shapes My Documents\My Shapes On the desktop

Test 2, question 3: Answer:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Test 2, question 3: Answer My Documents\My Shapes If you put the file here, the stencil will be available in the My Shapes submenu.

Quick Reference Card:

Shapes: Introductory basics you can't live without Quick Reference Card For a summary of the tasks covered in this course, view the Quick Reference Card .

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