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Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing
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Seminar 101: Introduction to Outreach and Fishing

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  • 1. Introduction to Outreach & Fishing 2010 European New Generation Leadership Forum Seminar 101 Peter Lee (Bonn UBF)
  • 2. Before Getting Started
  • 3. I. Challenges of our time Ex.) Student Volunteer Movement 1910: 4338 volunteers 1950s~1960s: sent out Facing a New Era of Post-War generation 1886: SVM begins 1966: dissolution
  • 4. I. Challenges of our time University Bible Fellowship Outreach and Fishing!! Ca. 3000 missionaries to ca. 100 nations ? 21st Century Challenges: *Outward: Post-modern generation 1961: UBF founded *Inward: Change of Generation
  • 5. II. Understanding UBF‘s success 1. Focus on the word of God Bible Daily study Bread Testi- Put into mony Practice
  • 6. II. Understanding UBF‘s success 2. Great strategy Disciple Making through 1:1 BS World Mission through Laymen
  • 7. II. Understanding UBF‘s success 3. High spiritual quality Healing & Bible Teachers Transformation Global Leaders Bible Study, Loving Care Common Life, Bible Conferences
  • 8. II. Understanding UBF‘s success 4. Mechanism to Reproduce Discipleship Transformation: Training Bible Teacher Healing Fishing & outreach 1:1 BS
  • 9. Part I. Definition of Outreach and Fishing
  • 10. I. What is Outreach? By definition, outreach refers to all our efforts in our daily lives to share the gospel and invite others to Christian life.
  • 11. II. What is Fishing? “Come, Follow me, I will make you fishers of men.” (Mt 4:19)
  • 12. II. What is Fishing? In UBF, “Fishing” is going out to fishing ground (often campus) and inviting students to Bible study, often by sharing the word of God on spot.
  • 13. Part II. Necessity & Importance of Outreach & Fishing
  • 14. I. Fishing is a natural If gospel(Jesus) is living and working in one’s life, it is a natural process to share the grace of Jesus with others.
  • 15. II. Why go Fishing?  Example of Total Fertility Rate  To maintain our workforce young and dynamic  Fishing is fundamental for reproduction
  • 16. II. Why go Fishing?  Organization without reproduction will perish
  • 17. II. Why go Fishing?  Example of Total Fertility Rate (TFR) TFR: average # of children born to a woman in her life time
  • 18. Go fishing to II. Why go Fishing? hand down our ministry to the  Example of Total Fertility next generation Rate (TFR) Need at least 2 children to keep a nation‘s workforce
  • 19. Fishing from a new Part III: Perspective
  • 20. I. I am not Born for fishing Uhm..I don‘t have talents for fishing
  • 21. I. I am not Born for fishing Do you have talents for inviting others? No 95,00% Yes 5,00%
  • 22. I. I am not Born for fishing You can do it. You just need to try!
  • 23. 2. Fishing is not effective Is the fishing the Am I just right way? wasting my time?
  • 24. 2. Fishing is not effective Fishing is meaningful, just by scattering the seed of the Gospel. God will let the word of God grow and bear fruit.
  • 25. 3. Fishing is done on campus only Everywhere we Fishing Ground go
  • 26. 4. Fishing has no strategy Effective fishing should have a strategy!
  • 27. Misconceptions Fishing is difficult Fishing is Doubts ineffective Unbelief
  • 28. Break the Mold Fishing is difficult Fishing is Doubts ineffectiveEnjoy Fishing! Unbelief
  • 29. Part IV. Strategy for effective Fishing & Outreach
  • 30. Fishing is foundation 1:1 Bible Disciple Fishing Study Making Motivation Worship Service / Bible Academy Bible Conference / Outreach Programs
  • 31. I. UBF‘s Successful Fishing Principles
  • 32. 1. Fishing as a spiritual battle Pray before fishing. Ask for the power of the Holy Spirit.
  • 33. 2. Two by Two Two by two, we can be more confident and courageous.
  • 34. 3. Outreach Programs Worship Sports Night Study Other Fellowship Activities 1:1 Bible Study
  • 35. 4. Would you give me a drink? • Students are ready to help us • Ask for help and delevelop realtionship
  • 36. 5. Visiting • Students are usually free and relaxed when they are in their dorm room • You can visit again
  • 37. 6. Don‘t give up • Pray without giving up • Call and visit
  • 38. 7. Practical obedience to Jesus • Fishing is not business or hobby • It is obeying Jesus „Feed my sheep.“
  • 39. II. Strategy for effective fishing
  • 40. The odds… 3% Positive response 0.3% Steady 1:1 Bible study Bible Student per year, if you 1 go fishing twice every week (Source: Fishing and Outreach, David Kim)
  • 41. The odds…
  • 42. Strategy 1. Make use of existing relationship
  • 43. 1. Make use of existing relationship Relationship is a God-given opportunity Neighbors Classmates Family/ Co-workers Friends @ Work
  • 44. Strategy 2. Make great first impression
  • 45. 2. Make great first impression (1) You have three seconds Body Language Demeanor Mannerisms How you are Dressed
  • 46. 2. Make great first impression (2) Physical appearance matters
  • 47. 2. Make great first impression (3) Disarming Smile Smile breaks down emotional defenses
  • 48. 2. Make great first impression (4) Be open and confident Stand tall Smile Eye contact Hand Shake
  • 49. Strategy 3. Develop Conversation Skills
  • 50. 3. Develop Conversation Skills (1) Small talk goes a long way Gather quick Find a topic Remain in information topic
  • 51. 3. Develop Conversation Skills (2) Leave a room of curiosity Listen > Talk Avoid “teaching” “Come and see”
  • 52. 3. Develop Conversation Skills (3) Inspector‘s method Concentration: don‘t miss the details Rule the situation by questioning Active feedback Ability to analyze as a whole Give chance to say “NO”
  • 53. Strategy 4. Practical Strategies
  • 54. 4. Practical Stategies (1) Create a natural situation
  • 55. 4. Practical Stategies (2) Be a friend in cafeteria
  • 56. 4. Practical Stategies (3) Create multiple encounters Name/ Week Date Time / Location Multiple encounters raises the possibility for the students to accept Bible study.
  • 57. 5. Be equipped as a Bible teacher (1) Develop 10 min. BS (2) Memorize some verses (3) Share your personal grace
  • 58. What is most essential? (1) Possess the personal grace of Jesus (2) Shepherd‘s heart for lost souls (3) Remember your identity as a Bible teacher
  • 59. Conclusion
  • 60. Conclusion • Jesus raised 12 disciples and gave the Creat Commission • In this 21st century, we are greatly challenged in spreading the gospel.
  • 61. Conclusion Be Jesus‘ Witness Ca. 3000 missionaries to ca. 100 nations 21st Century Challenges: *Outward: Post-modern generation 1961: UBF founded *Inward: Change of Generation
  • 62. Acts 1:8 “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witness in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”

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