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This is the presentation we use to explain our PDA Program. This is our discipleship program and also our membership assimilation program.

This is the presentation we use to explain our PDA Program. This is our discipleship program and also our membership assimilation program.

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  • 1. Welcome to the PDA Orientation Seminar PDA stands for P ersonal D iscipleship/ P ositive D iscipline A pproach
  • 2. What is PDA ?
    • In general, PDA is a discipleship program intended for those who are serious about growing in their spiritual walk.
  • 3. What is PDA ?
    • In general, PDA is a discipleship program intended for those who are serious about growing in their spiritual walk.
    • Specifically, PDA is a five and a half month mentoring program -- sometimes less -- involving three elements: a specific commitment, a small group involvement, and a one-on-one mentoring relationship with someone older in the faith.
  • 4. How does PDA work?
    • Personal Discipleship
    • Careful recruitment
    • Proper orientation
    • Adequate training
    • Regular mentoring
    • Effective affirmation
    • Positive Discipline
    • Initial evaluation
    • Verbal warning
    • Written warning
    • Temporary leave
    • Termination of PDA
  • 5. Why do we have PDA ?
    • Jesus commanded us to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:19-20).
    • Disciples are born but they are also made.
    • Discipleship must be freely chosen in order to work.
    • Discipleship must have a structure and a system of accountability in order to be accomplished.
    • Discipleship is the key to fulfilling our vision of communityship.
  • 6. Three Elements of PDA
    • A specific commitment
      • Participating Member
      • Covenant Member
    • Involvement in a small group
      • LIFE Group
      • Ministry Team
      • Leadership Team
    • One-on-one mentoring with someone older in the faith
  • 7. Participating Member Commitments ATTEND
  • 8. Participating Member Commitments
    • A ccept without reservation the heart and soul of RLCC (our mission, vision, values, beliefs, strategy and philosophy).
    ATTEND
  • 9. 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.
  • 10. 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.
  • 11. 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.
  • 12. 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.
  • 13. 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.
  • 14. Covenant Member Commitments PROMISE
  • 15. 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
  • 16. 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.
  • 17. 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.
  • 18. 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.
  • 19. 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.
  • 20. 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.
  • 21. 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.
  • 22. Important Reminders about PDA
    • YOU DO NOT NEED TO ENROLL IN PDA TO ATTEND OR PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF OUR OPEN GROUPS, MINISTRY EVENTS AND/OR FELLOWSHIPS!
    • The PDA is a program intended to promote accountability among born-again believers only. It is NOT a program suitable for all, especially if you have not yet accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Please take the RLBS choice instead.
  • 23. Important Reminders about PDA
    • Regardless of your commitment, and because you made a promise to God and to your mentor, it is understood that you are giving him or her permission to hold you accountable.
    • If you feel that you cannot fulfill your commitments anymore, please let your mentor know so he or she can take the necessary steps to help you. You are only expected to fulfill your commitments for five and a half months or during the remaining time that you're small group is in session.
  • 24. Important Reminders about PDA
    • If you want to step down from the PDA before the end of your commitment, or transfer your commitment to another church, please request a Certificate of Release from your mentor and go through the necessary departure process with your small group.
    • If you leave without giving us any advice, or suddenly without going through the necessary departure process with your small group, we would either consider you as Absent without Leave (AWOL) or, in some cases (which may involve unresolved issues), Under Church Discipline (UCD).
  • 25. Important Reminders about PDA
    • If you are transferring from another church where you were previously committed (i.e. you were a member of that church), please make sure that you have a Certificate of Release  from your former Senior Pastor or any recognized senior leader from that church. Without this letter we cannot accept your application to the PDA.
  • 26. How to apply for PDA for the first time
    • 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.
  • 27. Any questions?

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