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Focus Celebration (6/28/2009)

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This is our first FOCUS Celebration for 2009. The last time we had one was last December 2008. In this Celebration we focused on the seven important changes that we've implemented in RLCC just …

This is our first FOCUS Celebration for 2009. The last time we had one was last December 2008. In this Celebration we focused on the seven important changes that we've implemented in RLCC just recently, which we believe are crucial for us to reach our goals by 2012. Thank you for joining us in this journey of communityship

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  • 1. Welcome to F.O.C.U.S. Fellowship of Communities United Spiritually
  • 2. Change is good.
  • 3. Two kinds of communities. Target-oriented Communities Task-oriented Communities CHANGE NO. 1
  • 4. Three kinds of small groups for three kinds of people. CHANGE NO. 2
  • 5. Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community
  • 6. Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 7. Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 8. Members Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 9. Non-Members Members Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 10. Non-Members Members Timothy Accountability Group (TAG) Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 11. Non-Members LIFE Group (LG) Members Timothy Accountability Group (TAG) Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 12. Growth Group (GG) Non-Members LIFE Group (LG) Members Timothy Accountability Group (TAG) Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 13. Growth Group (GG) Non-Members LIFE Group (LG) Members Ministry Guidance Team (MGT) Timothy Accountability Group (TAG) Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 14. Growth Group (GG) Non-Members Ministry Team (MT) LIFE Group (LG) Members Ministry Guidance Team (MGT) Timothy Accountability Group (TAG) Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 15. TASK Group (TG) Growth Group (GG) Non-Members Ministry Team (MT) LIFE Group (LG) Members Ministry Guidance Team (MGT) Timothy Accountability Group (TAG) Leaders Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Three Kinds of People
  • 16. Two kinds of membership commitments Participating Member Covenant Member CHANGE NO. 3
  • 17. Participating Member Commitments ATTEND
  • 18. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
  • 19. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
    • T ry your best to participate and help in the life and ministry of RLCC according to your life situation.
  • 20. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
    • T ry your best to participate and help in the life and ministry of RLCC according to your life situation.
    • T ell your friends and loved ones about RLCC.
  • 21. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
    • T ry your best to participate and help in the life and ministry of RLCC according to your life situation.
    • T ell your friends and loved ones about RLCC.
    • E ncourage them to visit RLCC especially during Celebration Events.
  • 22. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
    • T ry your best to participate and help in the life and ministry of RLCC according to your life situation.
    • T ell your friends and loved ones about RLCC.
    • E ncourage them to visit RLCC especially during Celebration Events.
    • N otify the leaders of RLCC if you need any kind of help.
  • 23. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
    • T ry your best to participate and help in the life and ministry of RLCC according to your life situation.
    • T ell your friends and loved ones about RLCC.
    • E ncourage them to visit RLCC especially during Celebration Events.
    • N otify the leaders of RLCC if you need any kind of help.
    • D iscipline yourself toward living a life of godliness and holiness so as not to dishonor the Lord and the reputation of RLCC.
  • 24. Covenant Member Commitments PROMISE
  • 25. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
  • 26. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
    • R each out and recruit new members.
  • 27. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
    • R each out and recruit new members.
    • O btain sufficient training for works of ministry.
  • 28. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
    • R each out and recruit new members.
    • O btain sufficient training for works of ministry.
    • M aintain godliness and holiness at all times.
  • 29. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
    • R each out and recruit new members.
    • O btain sufficient training for works of ministry.
    • M aintain godliness and holiness at all times.
    • I nvest in God's kingdom through RLCC by means of tithing and other forms of faithful giving.
  • 30. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
    • R each out and recruit new members.
    • O btain sufficient training for works of ministry.
    • M aintain godliness and holiness at all times.
    • I nvest in God's kingdom through RLCC by means of tithing and other forms of faithful giving.
    • S erve in the ministry together with others.
  • 31. Covenant Member Commitments
    • P rioritize and participate in the life and ministry of RLCC (which means you must wholeheartedly believe and support the heart and soul of RLCC).
    PROMISE
    • R each out and recruit new members.
    • O btain sufficient training for works of ministry.
    • M aintain godliness and holiness at all times.
    • I nvest in God's kingdom through RLCC by means of tithing and other forms of faithful giving.
    • S erve in the ministry together with others.
    • E ncourage other members to fulfill their commitments.
  • 32. Regardless of commitment, each member can help in the ministry
    • Supporters
    SHARP
    • Hosts
    • Active workers
    • Resource people
    • Prayer warriors
  • 33. Shorter time frame for small group commitments Members – 5 ½ months or less Non-members – 2 ½ months only CHANGE NO. 4
  • 34. No more long membership recruitment process, just an ongoing PDA enrollment process that is short and easy. CHANGE NO. 5
  • 35. How to apply for PDA
    • Step 1 - Attend the PDA Orientation Seminar.
    • Step 2 - Choose your commitment and fill up an application form.
    • Step 3 - Get interviewed and wait for your acceptance.
    • Step 4 - Start attending a LIFE Group and get mentored immediately.
  • 36. Clear and easy process for becoming a servant leader in RLCC. CHANGE NO. 6
  • 37. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 38. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 39. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Panel Interview Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 40. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Acceptance Panel Interview Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 41. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Ministry Assignment Acceptance Panel Interview Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 42. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Ministry Assignment Acceptance Panel Interview Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 43. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Ministry Assignment Acceptance Design of IDP Panel Interview Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 44. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Ministry Assignment Mutual Agreement Acceptance Design of IDP Panel Interview Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 45. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Training for Current Level Ministry Assignment Mutual Agreement Acceptance Design of IDP Panel Interview Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 46. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Training for Current Level Ministry Assignment Mutual Agreement Acceptance Design of IDP Panel Interview Assessment of Progress Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 47. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Training for Current Level Ministry Assignment Mutual Agreement Acceptance Affirmation of Progress Design of IDP Panel Interview Assessment of Progress Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 48. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Training for Current Level Ministry Assignment Decision for Advancement Mutual Agreement Acceptance Affirmation of Progress Design of IDP Panel Interview Assessment of Progress Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 49. HOW THE PROGRAM RUNS Training for Next Level Training for Current Level Ministry Assignment Decision for Advancement Mutual Agreement Acceptance Affirmation of Progress Design of IDP Panel Interview Assessment of Progress Evaluation of Developmental Needs Orientation & Application PROMOTION DEVELOPMENT ENTRANCE
  • 50. The responsibility for outreach is given back to the communities. CHANGE NO. 7
  • 51. Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community
  • 52. Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 53. GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 54. PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 55. Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 56. BRING Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 57. RLBS Freedom Day BRING Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 58. RLBS Freedom Day RLBS Freedom Day BRING Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 59. JOIN RLBS Freedom Day RLBS Freedom Day BRING Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 60. Growth Group JOIN RLBS Freedom Day RLBS Freedom Day BRING Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 61. TASK Group Growth Group JOIN RLBS Freedom Day RLBS Freedom Day BRING Jamming Guilds Special Events PEER Networks PWR Cells Contact Point Events GO Task-Oriented Community Target-Oriented Community Outreach Strategy
  • 62. Group Discussion
    • What is your response to all these changes?
    • How do you feel about your new small group?
    • When and where do you want to meet with your small group?
    • What name would you recommend for your group?
    • How can your group pray for you now?

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