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  • This is the first level of the Koinonia Connection. This is an exercise where groups of 2, 3 or 4 are established. The intent of “KC” is to accelerate community. This first level is just an “information dump.” The idea is to communicate for 90 seconds, just sharing simple facts about yourself. Let them see the example you have up on the screen so that they have a bit of a template to follow.
  • The Hand of the Lord time is a time where guys can share what the Lord has been doing, how has the lord “shown up” in your life and ministry? It is also a time where you can share where you need to feel the Lord’s touch in the near future about specific issues. Encourage the guys to track these prayer requests and to be proactive in praying for the guys in the roundtable
  • This is the second level of Koinonia Connection. In this experience, keep the same groups, 2, 3 or 4. Have them share something from their past, a defining moment or a value that they stand for. Have them do this in 45 seconds or less and then to be quiet. The idea is for the others they are matched up with are then to ask questions, with the idea of “peeling the onion.” Empathic listening is the idea here with a view of getting to know more about their group.
  • These self assessment questions cause a person to pause and contemplate what is truly important to them. The last questions usually prompt the most need for clarification. The mother’s and father’s message were the main message that the person took away from their encounters with their parents.
  • The idea of the balance wheel is to examine the level of satisfaction with where the person is, with 1 being the least satisfied and 10 being the most satisfied. Have them write a small paragraph of “intent” around the areas where they sense they need improvement.
  • The free writing exercise is used to develop personal vision. After spending some time in the past (questions) and present (balance wheel) the writing exercise is used to describe in vivid detail the “picture” of what you would like your life to look like in 5 years. Have the participants write for 5 minutes, without stopping during that time. After they have written non stop for 5 minutes, have them review what they wrote and circle the key words or phrases that suggest significant change needs to take place for those things to come about. They have just written 5 year goals.
  • Form groups of 2, 3 or 4 again. They may be the same ones already formed, or new groups. Have the guys share some key milestones in the church that have occurred in the church before they arrived and since they arrived at the church. Give a “state of the church” summary of what is currently going on at their church. Repeat the Free Writing Exercise as before, just this time have them write about their church. What should it look like, in vivid detail, five years from now, Lord Willing!!
  • The Acronym “Specifics” is a useful tool to assist in the remembering of the process of diagnosing and then generating solutions to problems that “draw our mind” to them. This is unpacked further in discussion around the KANI worksheet, next
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    • 1.  
    • 2. Village Missions Pilot
    • 3. Agenda
      • 9:00 Self Introduction, “Koinonia Connection” and “Hand of the Lord Time
      • 10:00 Personal Vision Development
      • Church Staff Vision Development
      • 12:00 Working lunch
      • 12:30 Discussion of KANI
      • 2:30 Dismiss
    • 4. Koinonia Connection Self Introduction
      • Name
      • Church
      • How long in current position
      • What initially drew you to come
    • 5. Greg Williams
      • Born in Buffalo Lead “N-Weds”
      • Oldest of 5 Love-Snow Ski
      • Father-Welsh Hate-Yard Work
      • Mother-Swiss Food-Italian
      • Married-Barbara Sport-Golf
      • Live-Marietta, GA Car- Trailblazer 265K miles
      • 1 Daughter; 2 Sons 5 Grandchildren
      • Gordon College Foreign Language
      • PK 2 brothers-in-law pastors
    • 6. Hand of the Lord
    • 7. Koinonia Connection PAST Here is something about my past that would help you know me better DEFINING A difficult life experience which MOMENT helped me grow as a person was.. VALUES Here’s what I stand for… X Information + Feelings Information Only X
    • 8. Personal Vision
      • Complete “personal introspective” questions
    • 9.  
    • 10. Personal Vision
      • Complete “Personal Introspective” Questions
      • Complete “Balance Wheel” exercise
    • 11.  
    • 12. Personal Vision
      • Complete “Personal Introspective” Questions
      • Complete “Balance Wheel” exercise
      • Free Writing Exercise
    • 13.  
    • 14. Church Leadership Vision
      • If you have a purpose statement for your church, tell your group about it and how it came to be
      • Discuss some of the key milestones of your church with each other.
      • Give a snapshot of what is currently going on.
      • Free Writing Exercise
    • 15.  
    • 16. Roundtable Covenant
      • This is our roundtable, as such, it will be essential that we establish a “behavior covenant.” What are some of the behavioral expectations that could be a part of this covenant?
      • Confidentiality, Reliability, Commitment, Trustworthiness, Excellence, Engagement, Encouraging…
    • 17. Dealing with the KANI’s of Life and Ministry
      • S…ituation
      • P…roblem
      • E…vidence
      • C…onsequences
      • I…mplications
      • F…uture Fix
      • I…mplications
      • C…onstraints
      What are the Issues?
    • 18.  
    • 19.  
    • 20.  
    • 21. Debrief
      • What did you learn today?
      • What are you going to do differently as a result of the time spent today
      • How are you going to “carve” that into your “doing?”