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PerSpectives 12 Training
Level 1: Framework for a Mosaic Church

All Rights Reserved, Jan Paron 2012

From Dr. Jan Paron
Dean, All Nations Leadership Institute
Director, Perspectives 12

For information contact: Jan Paron at drjparon@yahoo.com

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M.O.S.A.I.C. Church Series, Pt. 2: Intentional Ministry (Multicultural Church) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Jan ParonPerSpectives 12
  • 2. IC
  • 3. JUST THINK
  • 4. A IC
  • 5. THINK ABOUT IT… O"The masses of men live with their backsconstantly against the wall. They are the poor,the disinherited, the dispossessed. What does Aour religion say to them? " I Howard ThurmanC
  • 6. JUST THINK
  • 7. O Who are the multitudes? S A IC
  • 8. MULTITUDES(Strongs G3793 - Greek, ochlos)A "throng" of people who "flockedtogether in one place" (Blue Letter Bible,2012).
  • 9. O S A IC
  • 10. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs
  • 11. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship
  • 12. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture
  • 13. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture4) Giving opportunity for access to reconciliation with God to the multitudes
  • 14. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture4) Giving opportunity for access to reconciliation with God to the multitudes5) Inviting & welcoming the multitudes into all facets of the church
  • 15. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture4) Giving opportunity for access to reconciliation with God to the multitudes5) Inviting & welcoming the multitudes into all facets of the church6) Developing relationships & fellowshipping with people of different cultures
  • 16. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture4) Giving opportunity for access to reconciliation with God to the multitudes5) Inviting & welcoming the multitudes into all facets of the church6) Developing relationships & fellowshipping with people of different cultures7) Bringing together a diverse team of like-minded ministry staff
  • 17. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture4) Giving opportunity for access to reconciliation with God to the multitudes5) Inviting & welcoming the multitudes into all facets of the church6) Developing relationships & fellowshipping with people of different cultures7) Bringing together a diverse team of like-minded ministry staff8) Involving diverse team members in the “circle of power”
  • 18. 1) Learning about the culture of the community & its felt needs2) Creating opportunity for intentional fellowship3) Living in brotherhood & esteeming culture4) Giving opportunity for access to reconciliation with God to the multitudes5) Inviting & welcoming the multitudes into all facets of the church6) Developing relationships & fellowshipping with people of different cultures7) Bringing together a diverse team of like-minded ministry staff8) Involving diverse team members in the “circle of power”9) Using spiritual measures of extending grace to a culturally-diverse population
  • 19. O S A IC
  • 20. The Mosaic Church
  • 21. ReferencesBlue Letter Bible. (2012). Word multitudes. Retrieved on February 12, 2012, from http://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cf m?Strongs=G3793t=KJVHesselgrave, D. (1988). “Ten major Trends in World Missions.” World Evangelism. (May/June 1999: 14) /Thurman, H. (1996). Jesus and the disinherited. Boston, MA: Beacon Press. Images:Empire State Building: mosesonmissions.wordpress.comGlobes, Go, Hands: SharefaithFace: greatcommissionblogspot.comQuestion Mark: www.questionabout.eu
  • 22. Jan Paron PerSpectives12 http://specs12.wordpress.com/ drjparon@yahoo.com/