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Mapping your territory

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great content I picked up at an LICC toolbox course

great content I picked up at an LICC toolbox course


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  • 1. Mapping your territory:<br />What is a frontline? The place where battles are fought, the most important line in a debate or a movement, where key decisions are made.<br />Where are the frontlines for you in your weekly schedule?<br />Please choose one that is a key arena for mission, perhaps where you spend most of your time:<br />A. i.Approximately how many people do you connect with in an average week, in your primary sphere of activities? Fill in the number against each of the areas:<br />For example:<br />Work:<br />Subordinate---------<br />Peer----------<br />Superior----------<br />Other Departments----------<br />Clients----------<br />Suppliers----------<br />TOTAL----------<br />If not work:<br />Your frontline: _____________________________________________<br />1.__________<br />2.__________<br />3.__________<br />4.__________<br />5.__________<br />6.__________<br />TOTAL__________<br />ii.As far as you know, how many of these are people of faith?<br />iii.How many people do you connect with on a daily basis?<br />iv.What are the names of the people you spend most time relating to at or through your main work/frontline? How well do you know them on a scale of 1 to 10? 1 is a purely functional relationship, 10 is a very good friend you could talk to about almost anything:<br />Name:Depth 1-10<br />v. Who are the people you have difficult relational issues with at work, if any?<br />vi. What is the nature of those difficulties?<br />vii.Who, among all the people you connect to, do you think God is particularly prompting you to pray for or to reach out to in some way?<br />B. The people you meet beyond your primary frontline:<br />Neighbours_________<br />Parents_________<br />Traders/Doctors_________<br />Family_________<br />Clubs_________<br />Shopping/casual_________<br />TOTAL_________<br />Who amongst this group, do you think God is particularly prompting you to pray for or to reach out to in some way?<br />