A-Tree trunk - organisation

Views:
 
     
 

Presentation Description

No description available.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Slide 1: 

2 1 3 4 5 6 7 DNA living water roots tree trunk branches leaves Fruit

Slide 3: 

4 tree trunk supportive organization effective leadership focused equipping practical faith Support for the tree

Supportive organisation : 

Supportive organisation 4 tree trunk pro-active instead of reactive Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Fitting organizational structure

Supportive organisation : 

Supportive organisation 4 tree trunk pro-active instead of reactive Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Fitting organizational structure

Slide 6: 

What are the items that are on the agenda of the church board? Supportive organisation pro-active instead of reactive

Slide 7: 

How much time is spent: Pro-active or Reactive Supportive organisation pro-active instead of reactive % %

Slide 8: 

How much time is spent: Urgent or Non-urgent Supportive organisation pro-active instead of reactive % %

Slide 9: 

Urgent and Important Matrix

Slide 10: 

Urgent and Important Matrix O << Stress quadrant Regret quadrant >> Deception quadrant >> << Value quadrant

Slide 11: 

The most important task of the church board is: 1. spiritual nurture of the church members and 2. evangelism in all its phases Supportive organisation pro-active instead of reactive

Slide 12: 

Supportive organisation pro-active instead of reactive Let no other business interfere with the two important tasks of the churchboard

Slide 13: 

Urgent and Important Matrix << Stress quadrant Regret quadrant >> Deception quadrant >> << Value quadrant O

Slide 14: 

Urgent and Important Matrix Increase Importance Decide wat is important or not Deligate less important decisions Spend first of all time on that what is most important Decrease Urgency Become proactive Be ahead of problems before they become urgent Evaluate and oversee << <<

Supportive organisation : 

Supportive organisation 4 tree trunk pro-active instead of reactive Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Fitting organizational structure

Slide 16: 

Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities: Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities

Slide 17: 

Relation between purpose and activities Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities Area of purpose Higest need

Slide 18: 

Relation between purpose and activities Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities Area of purpose Activity 1 Higest need

Slide 19: 

Relation between purpose and activities Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities Area of purpose Activity 1 focus Activity 2

Slide 20: 

Relation between purpose and activities Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities Area of purpose Activity 1 focus Activity 3 Activity 2

Slide 21: 

Relation between purpose and activities Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities Activity 1 Higest need Activity 3 Activity 2 Area of purpose

Slide 22: 

An example: department Not activities focused, but focused on purpose Children Sabbath school Organizing and presenting from the children Sabbath school Children Department Ensuring that the children make a decision for God and that they keep growing in their faith! Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities

Slide 23: 

Children Group orientated departments Ensuring that the children make a decision for God and that they keep growing in their faith! Youht Deaconesses Ensuring that the youth makes a decision for the church, and that they find a place and task with in the church, and that they keep growing in their faith. Ensure that the church members care for each other & care for those that do not have someone to care for them.(elderly and sick) Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities Practical example:

Slide 24: 

Practical example: diensten Strategic orientated departments: Celebrate: Meeting God and each other on the Sabbath. vorming & toerusting geestelijke groei Learning: Strategically empower the church and enable them to do God’s work (see efe. 4:11-12) Serving: Make sure that church members grow spiritually. ondersteuning Growing: Structure and support the church / departments in such a way that the church can be focused, work with a purpose and be effective in God’s work Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities

Excercise: : 

Excercise: Discuss with each other in how much your church is focused on their activities or on purpose? Supportive organisation Focus on purpose rahter than activities

Supportive organisation : 

Supportive organisation 4 tree trunk pro-active instead of reactive Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Fitting organizational structure

Biggest problems in the church : 

Biggest problems in the church Supportive organisation The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Difficult to find people who want to participate Few people want to evangelize Lack of community feeling

Easiest solution : 

Easiest solution Supportive organisation Develop discipleship ^ The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

Biblcal directive: : 

Biblcal directive: Supportive organisation 18Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

The church: a vehicle, not a goal : 

The church: a vehicle, not a goal Supportive organisation The church can be so busy with everything in the church, that it forgets at the church is there for. The directive is making disciples: the church is a vehicle, not goal by itself The members have to make disciples, the church is to help the members in this process. The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

A Chicken : 

A Chicken Supportive organisation Suppose we buy a Chicken, because we like eggs. What do we need: Food, A chicken run, A nest, etc We have to provide everything needed so that the chicken can lay eggs. If we want the church to make disciples, the church needs to help provide in the circumstances so that the members can make disciples. The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

Growing in discipleship : 

Growing in discipleship Supportive organisation The more people grow in their discipleship the more they have a need to apply their talents, want to be involved in sharing their faith and feel a need for being together and supporting each other The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

Slide 33: 

Adventist directive: Supportive organisation The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

Church not a purpose in itself : 

Church not a purpose in itself 18Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. Supportive organisation The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself

Supportive organisation : 

Supportive organisation 4 tree trunk pro-active instead of reactive Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Fitting organizational structure Supportive organisation Fitting organizational structure

Slide 36: 

<50 members 50-100 members 100-150 members > 150 members Who is in control in your church? Matriarch Patriarch Minister Church board Departments The growth and effectiveness of the church is being limmited by the person(s) in charge! Supportive organisation Fitting organisational structure

Slide 37: 

How does a medium size church work? Board: Policy, decision, implementation Depart.: Activities Leaders: Active in implementation Care: Minister, elders and deaconesses Minster: Everything Elder: Point of contact, doing everything, care 100-150 members Church Board Supportive organisation Fitting organisational structure

Slide 38: 

> 150 leden How does a big size church work? Departementen Board: Policy Depart.: Prepping policy Implementation & decisions Activities Leaders: Equipping the church Care: Members care for each other Deaconesses care for elderly and sick Ministers: Leadership & equipping Elders: Overseer & equiping Supportive organisation Fitting organisational structure

Slide 39: 

What happens if a church does not work with the right structure? No Growth above what the leaders in charge can handle The board is to little involved in the purpose of the church Board members, ministers and elders overworked Being reactive instead of pro-active Troubles with the activities Active members demotivated Dificulty finding pepople for new activities Unclearity about the decisions of church aboard

Slide 40: 

<50 members 50-100 members 100-150 members > 150 members A church needs an organization that fits the size of church! Matriarch Patriarch Minister Church board Departments Now Needed Supportive organisation Fitting organisational structure

Assignment : 

Assignment Who is in control in your church? Could this structure be a barrier for growth? Supportive organisation Fitting organisational structure

Supportive organisation : 

Supportive organisation 4 tree trunk pro-active instead of reactive Focus on purpose instead of focus on activities The church is a vehicle, not a goal in itself Fitting organizational structure

Slide 44: 

4 tree trunk supportive organization effective leadership focused equipping practical faith Support for the tree

Slide 45: 

2 1 3 4 5 6 7 DNA living water roots tree trunk branches leaves Fruit

authorStream Live Help