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The Pastor’s job is to equip people to do the work of the ministry. Decide on and communicate the mission and vision of the church that the people support. Create a process to assimilate people. Have a clear entry point and subsequent steps for maturity and involvement. There are 4 historical models for how the Church relates to the world. 1. The church separate from the world to stay pure, and attempting to attract outsiders. 2. The Church in the world to be relevant to people. 3. The Church over the world attempts to gain power and position to control the government structures. 4. The Church engaging the world is being salt and light in the world without separating, compromising or trying to control the structures.
Pastoral Leadership and Enlisting the Congregation
A. As a leader, how can you get people in the story?
B. How do you motivate volunteers?
II. Create an Environment Dedicated to Equipping
III. Have a Good Assimilation Process
A. Have a clear entry point
B. Skilled people trained in "first impressions"
C. Create obvious entry points
D. Provide clear subsequent steps
E. Find mentors to serve at key handoff points
F. Small group involvement
IV. Unleash People into Ministry
A. Extend a personal invitation
B. Offer training
C. Unleash people to ministries that follow their gifts, passions and desires
D. Encourage people in their ministries
V. Involve People in the Decision Process
A. Ask volunteers to serve for a certain period of time so you and them can reevaluate
B. What is the purpose of midlevel groups, especially for small churches?
C. How should the church impact culture?
1. The Church and the world
2. The Church in the world
3. The Church over the world
4. The Church engaging the world
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