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Short Term Projects and our National Initiatives

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UP Connection to the IVCF Vision

UP Connection to the IVCF Vision


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  • 1. Short term projects and our national initiatives
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  • 3. A Long time ago in a galaxy far far away…
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  • 7. How do our Urban and Global Projects integrate with InterVarsity's Strategic initiatives?
  • 8. What are the benefits of doing a GP/UP?
    What are the costs of doing a GP/UP?
  • 9. Top 5 benefits
    Values of ethnic identity growth, cross-cultural competence, and racial reconciliation are experienced and learned by our students
    Grows church, para-church and IFES partnership
    Leadership development (staff and students)
    justice-spawned evangelistic projects, justice growth in Christian students
    good missiologicaltraining
  • 10. Top 5 Costs/Areas for Improvement
    Poor translation back on campus
    Very costly in staff and other resources and cost for IFES (e.g. 11 day Austria trip takes 2 yrs. of relationship development)
    Basic staff work suffers when staff lead GP/UP
    Lack of partnership/communication with staff directors
    Quality control
  • 11. Chapter Building Pyramid
  • 12. Chapter Planting Essentials
  • 13. The who is more important than the what!
  • 14. TOP 40 CHAPTER BUILDERS
    Who are they?
    68% extroverts, 63% intuitive
    EN/SFJ, most common MBTI Type
    Gifts: Leadership (68%), Teaching (59%)
    Driven, focused, intense, high energy
    100% committed to growth
    Fully convinced the chapter will grow
  • 15. What do these builders do?
    Develop [Missional] Leaders
    Cast vision
    Develop an attractive community (not in Pyramid)

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