Ssmc dg-5-leadership framework

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Ssmc dg-5-leadership framework

  1. 1. Decisions That Define Us by David Crone “These are some of the decisions that define who we are as a community and how we choose to live our lives. These decisions are not destinations, but rather journeys …”
  2. 2. • We have decided that teaching the gospel without demonstrating the gospel is not enough. Good preaching, good doctrine, and being good people are not enough. • We have decided that having a good church club is not enough, good fellowship is not enough, and just being a member of that club is not enough. • We have decided that having good Bible studies is good, but not good enough, that just making it to heaven is not our goal, and that knowing about God without truly knowing and experiencing God is meaningless.
  3. 3. • We have decided that having good programs is not enough, that change without transformation is intolerable, and that staying where we are is not an option. • We have decided that gifting without character is futile. • We have decided that singing songs without worshiping is empty, and having meetings without God showing up is pointless. • We have decided that having faith without works is not enough and having works without love is not acceptable– that our function comes out of our relationship first with the Father and second with each other.
  4. 4. • We have decided that reading about the book of Acts without living the book of Acts is unthinkable. • We have decided that confident faith is good and bold faith is better. • We have decided that hearing about the Holy Spirit without experiencing Him is silly, that believing in His presence without seeing it manifested in signs and wonders is hypocrisy, that believing in healing without seeing people healed is absurd, and that believing in deliverance without people being delivered is absolutely ridiculous.
  5. 5. • We have decided to be Holy Spirit filled, Holy Spirit led, and Holy Spirit empowered–anything less doesn’t work for us. • We have decided to be the ones telling the stories of God’s power–not the ones hearing about them. • We have decided that living saved but not supernatural is living below our privilege and short of what Christ died for. • We have decided that we are a battle ship not a cruise ship, an army not an audience, Special Forces not spectators, missionaries not club members.
  6. 6. • We have decided to value both pioneers and settlers: pioneers to expand our territory and settlers to build on those territories. But we are not squatters, people who take up space others have fought for without improving it. • We have decided to be infectious instead of innocuous, contagious instead of quarantined, deadly instead of benign. • We have decided to be radical lovers and outrageous givers. • We have decided that we are a mission station and not a museum.
  7. 7. • We have decided that it is better to fail while reaching for the impossible that God has planned for us than to succeed settling for less. • We have decided that nothing short of His Kingdom coming and His will being done in our world as it is in heaven will satisfy. • We have decided that we will not be satisfied until our world cries out, “Those who have turned the world upside down have come here too” (Acts 17:6, NKJV).
  8. 8. Purpose-Vision of a DGC To build a dynamic community church whose Head is the Lord Jesus Christ, whose Help is the Holy Spirit whose focus is the Great Commission to the glory of God the Father.
  9. 9. Purpose-Vision of a DGC To equip believers to become Effective Priests and Kings.
  10. 10. Purpose-Vision of a DGC 1. Attending a Discipleship Group (DG) 2. Equipping Tracks 3. Mentoring Relationships (MRs) EDIFY (Growing spiritually) EQUIP (Learning) SERVE OUTREACH MENTOR MISSIONS INPUT OUTPUT
  11. 11. Purpose-Vision of a DGC Anointed Body-Life Anointed Worship GOD Anointed Word Anointed Altar Anointed Works of Faith as Priests and Kings of the Most High God
  12. 12. Framework for Intentional Discipleship in a DGC Model: From Open to Closed Groups Core (MG / MR) Hospitality Community CellCelebration Open Groups Closed Groups
  13. 13. Framework for Intentional Discipleship in a DGC Celebration Large Groups (Worship Svc) Unity in the Spirit Celebrating together Community Tribe / Cluster Gatherings Community Tribe / Cluster Gatherings CG 1 CG 2 CG 1 CG 2 MG1 MG2 MG3 MG4 Mid-sized Groups (Cluster /Tribe) Bonding - Fellowship - Outreach - Bridge-building Small Groups (CG) Spiritual Growth Core Group (within CG) Life to life Mentoring A & C, P & C
  14. 14. DGC Core-Values Delighting the Father as True Worshippers Connected and United Fellowship Anointed Service Giving Intentionally Our Discipleship Journey
  15. 15. DGC Core-Values [Unity requires Effort] #1 Unity in our Fellowship Unity in the Spirit, not Uniformity No Offenses - Love covers over a multitude of sins People are more important than Programmes Bond first then Build Unity requires Effort
  16. 16. DGC Core-Values #2 Anointed Service Maximum Participation - We serve in the areas of our calling, gifting and portion. We aim to enlarge the leadership base. We serve from the overflow of our walk with God. Faithful in little, faithful in much. We can only give of what we have and we put no confidence in the flesh.
  17. 17. DTC 1 Growing Disciples Equipping Tracks New Disciples Maturing Disciples Basic Follow Up 5 Assurances Cell Group - SPT Advanced Follow Up Baptism Baptism Class Spiritual Prep and Interview DTC 2 Discipleship Spiritual Parent Training Service DTC 3 CGLT & CST RTF Electives
  18. 18. Marks of a Disciple Growing Disciples New Disciples Maturing Disciples Target Desired Outcome - Being Knowledge Desired Outcome - Doing Skill As Priests As Kings
  19. 19. Marks of a Disciple SPT Formal Training (Core Competencies) Non-Formal Training Electives Informal (Ad-hoc) Spiritual Formation ADGL / DGL DS
  20. 20. Shepherd LeaderManager Mentor Priest King Shepherd (S) *Ministering on occasions *Praying for leaders/members * A&C, P&C * Resolve conflicts * Integrate new believers & members Manager (M) * Plan and execute cluster goals * Oversee collation of cell data * Mobilising cell groups *Cell Diagnosis Mentor (M) * Facilitate spiritual development of leaders * Identify and develop leaders in cells * Identify equipping needs * Model leadership Leader (L) *Communicate vision & core values * Develop strategy to guide cells *Motivate leaders & members Leadership Roles
  21. 21. CONCLUSION Psalm 78:72 He shepherded them according to the integrity of his heart, and guided them by the skillfulness of his hands.

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