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  • 1. IntegralIntegral MissionMissionSome Key Elements and Issues for theSome Key Elements and Issues for the Community of the KingCommunity of the King Ptr. Jo RacazaPtr. Jo Racaza iSERVE LuzoniSERVE Luzon iHELP Coordinator Regions 1-5iHELP Coordinator Regions 1-5 Philippine Council of Evangelical Churches
  • 2.  What preoccupied your time the past sixWhat preoccupied your time the past six months?months?  What has been the major program focusWhat has been the major program focus of your church?of your church?  What is a major concern/issue in yourWhat is a major concern/issue in your community?community? Some questions:Some questions:
  • 3. 1. Kingdom of God1. Kingdom of God  God’s ReignGod’s Reign  The Centrality of God inThe Centrality of God in LifeLife  He is the One - “Uni” inHe is the One - “Uni” in Universe; the “Word”Universe; the “Word” (verse) in the beginning(verse) in the beginning  ShalomShalom  The Vision of IsaiahThe Vision of Isaiah  The now and the not yetThe now and the not yet SHALOM
  • 4. F SHS 2. The Triune God2. The Triune God God who has been there from the beginning of time has been actively at work in the community but whose presence has not been felt by the marred and fallen image of its people. The Church’s integral mission takes its cue from the triune God who has modeled a collaborative approach from creation, redemption, sanctification, and yes, even unto glorification.
  • 5. 2. The Triune God2. The Triune God F SHS Calls Equips Models
  • 6. • The church gathered and the church scattered • Unity not as an option but is at the heart of God’s very being (John 17) • Unity that is expressed in Solidarity and Vulnerability • Unity that celebrates diversity • True spirituality must approximate the very nature of a triune God. 3.3. TheThe Church as a communityChurch as a community
  • 7. 4. The Sinful and Suffering World4. The Sinful and Suffering World • Sinful in its very nature: individual, corporate, and systemic • Suffering from the direct and indirect effects of sin • Suffering from the systemic nature of sin suffering sinful
  • 8. 5. The Gospel as word, deed and sign5. The Gospel as word, deed and sign The Manifold Wisdom of God!The Manifold Wisdom of God! wonders word works suffering sinful Sustainable Expanding Progressive MWG = ________________________________ U N I T Y
  • 9. From powerlessnessFrom powerlessness Social System Spiritual Religious System Personal System Biophysical System Cultural System
  • 10. 6. Empowerment6. Empowerment Individuals and communities are once again able to craft their own destiny and have control in shaping the god-complexes that used to control them. Social System Spiritual Religious System Personal System Biophysical System Cultural System
  • 11. 6. Empowerment6. Empowerment As an empowered community its concerns are its sustainability and enabling other communities to grow and reach their full potential and thereby become co-equal participants in the community of communities – for God’s glory! This is discipling the nations!
  • 12. F SHS SIGNS WORD DEED An Integral Mission FrameworkAn Integral Mission Framework Shalom sinful suffering calls equips models
  • 13. Some Questions:Some Questions:  What keeps us from engaging our community?What keeps us from engaging our community?  What are some theological or church practicesWhat are some theological or church practices that we need to re-examine especially whenthat we need to re-examine especially when viewed under the lens of integral mission?viewed under the lens of integral mission?  What are some discipleship concerns that directlyWhat are some discipleship concerns that directly relates to the way we do (or not do!) integralrelates to the way we do (or not do!) integral mission?mission?  How much of what we do are in collaboration withHow much of what we do are in collaboration with God’s people?God’s people?  How do we become more intentional in ourHow do we become more intentional in our collaboration?collaboration?
  • 14. Task 1 Walking with theTask 1 Walking with the PoorPoor  T1AT1A In your assigned group, make aIn your assigned group, make a sunshine wheel with this question in the center:sunshine wheel with this question in the center: “What are the issues and concerns of the poor“What are the issues and concerns of the poor family?” and write your answers as spokes.family?” and write your answers as spokes. Write in a chart and post on the wall.Write in a chart and post on the wall. What seems common among your answers?What seems common among your answers? What strikes you? How do you feel about theseWhat strikes you? How do you feel about these charts?charts?
  • 15. Task 1 Walking with theTask 1 Walking with the PoorPoor  T1BT1B In a newIn a new group, identify strategicgroup, identify strategic initiatives to heighteninitiatives to heighten your engagement withyour engagement with the poor, given the fourthe poor, given the four conditions ofconditions of PantawidPamilya as anPantawidPamilya as an “entry” point. Write in“entry” point. Write in chart and post on thechart and post on the wall.wall. ConditionCondition BeforeBefore DuringDuring AfterAfter MaternalMaternal healthhealth PrimaryPrimary healthhealth EducationEducation FamilyFamily Dev’tDev’t SeminarSeminar
  • 16. Task 2Task 2  T1CT1C What seems common among yourWhat seems common among your answers?answers? What strikes you? How do we feel aboutWhat strikes you? How do we feel about about these charts?about these charts?