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  • MA Class 1

    1. 1. Becoming a Missional/ Attractional person December 2, 2009
    2. 2. Why Become a MA person?
    3. 3. Why Become a MA person? • God Loves people
    4. 4. Why Become a MA person? • God Loves people ★ We Love God
    5. 5. Why Become a MA person? • God Loves people ★ We Love God ★ We should love what God loves
    6. 6. Why Become a MA person? • God Loves people ★ We Love God ★ We should love what God loves • God Deserves the Glory
    7. 7. Why Become a MA person? • God Loves people ★ We Love God ★ We should love what God loves • God Deserves the Glory • It is our greatest hope for World Evangelism
    8. 8. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker
    9. 9. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ
    10. 10. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ ✓ Year Two: 2 People Meet Christ
    11. 11. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ ✓ Year Two: 2 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Three: 4 People Meet Christ
    12. 12. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ ✓ Year Two: 2 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Three: 4 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Four: 8 People Meet Christ
    13. 13. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ ✓ Year Two: 2 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Three: 4 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Four: 8 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Five: 16 People Meet Christ
    14. 14. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ ✓ Year Two: 2 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Three: 4 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Four: 8 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Five: 16 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Six: 32 People Meet Christ
    15. 15. The Numerical Effect of1 effective Disciple Maker ✓ Year One: 1 Person meets Christ ✓ Year Two: 2 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Three: 4 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Four: 8 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Five: 16 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Six: 32 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Seven: 64 People Meet Christ
    16. 16. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ
    17. 17. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nine: 256 People Meet Christ
    18. 18. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nine: 256 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Ten: 512 People Meet Christ
    19. 19. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nine: 256 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Ten: 512 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eleven: 1024 People Meet Christ
    20. 20. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nine: 256 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Ten: 512 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eleven: 1024 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Twelve: 2048 People Meet Christ
    21. 21. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nine: 256 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Ten: 512 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eleven: 1024 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Twelve: 2048 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Thirteen: 4096 People Meet Christ
    22. 22. ✓ Year Eight: 128 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nine: 256 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Ten: 512 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eleven: 1024 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Twelve: 2048 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Thirteen: 4096 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Fourteen: 8192 People Meet Christ
    23. 23. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ
    24. 24. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Sixteen: 32,768 People Meet Christ
    25. 25. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Sixteen: 32,768 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Seventeen: 65,536 People Meet Christ
    26. 26. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Sixteen: 32,768 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Seventeen: 65,536 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eighteen: 131,072 People Meet Christ
    27. 27. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Sixteen: 32,768 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Seventeen: 65,536 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eighteen: 131,072 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nineteen: 262,144 People Meet Christ
    28. 28. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Sixteen: 32,768 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Seventeen: 65,536 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eighteen: 131,072 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nineteen: 262,144 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty: 524,288 People Meet Christ
    29. 29. ✓ Year Fifteen: 16,384 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Sixteen: 32,768 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Seventeen: 65,536 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Eighteen: 131,072 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Nineteen: 262,144 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty: 524,288 People Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty One: 1,048,576 Meet Christ
    30. 30. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ
    31. 31. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Three: 4,194,304 Meet Christ
    32. 32. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Three: 4,194,304 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Four: 8,388,608 Meet Christ
    33. 33. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Three: 4,194,304 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Four: 8,388,608 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Five: 16,777,216 Meet Christ
    34. 34. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Three: 4,194,304 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Four: 8,388,608 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Five: 16,777,216 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Six: 33,554,432 Meet Christ
    35. 35. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Three: 4,194,304 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Four: 8,388,608 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Five: 16,777,216 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Six: 33,554,432 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Seven: 67,108,864 Meet Christ
    36. 36. ✓ Year Twenty two: 2,097,152 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Three: 4,194,304 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Four: 8,388,608 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Five: 16,777,216 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Six: 33,554,432 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Seven: 67,108,864 Meet Christ ✓ Year Twenty Eight: 134,217,728 Meet Christ
    37. 37. ✓ Year Twenty Nine: 268,435,456 Meet Christ
    38. 38. ✓ Year Twenty Nine: 268,435,456 Meet Christ ✓ Year Thirty: 536,870,912 Meet Christ
    39. 39. ✓ Year Twenty Nine: 268,435,456 Meet Christ ✓ Year Thirty: 536,870,912 Meet Christ ✓ THAT IS MORE THAN THE POPULATION OF THE EARTH!
    40. 40. Our Responsibility
    41. 41. Our Responsibility • Be Ready
    42. 42. Our Responsibility • Be Ready • But in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect... 1 Peter 3:15
    43. 43. Not our Responsibility
    44. 44. Not our Responsibility • To make people convert
    45. 45. Not our Responsibility • To make people convert • ...Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, says the Lord of hosts.-Zechariah 4:6
    46. 46. Not our Responsibility • To make people convert • ...Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, says the Lord of hosts.-Zechariah 4:6 • For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brothers. And those whom he predestined he also called, and those whom he called he also justified, and those whom he justified he also glorified.-Romans 8:28-30
    47. 47. Barriers
    48. 48. Barriers • We do not Love God enough therefore we do not love people enough.
    49. 49. Barriers • We do not Love God enough therefore we do not love people enough. • We all have people that we do not like, this effects our outreach
    50. 50. Breakout: The List
    51. 51. Breakout: The List • Make a list of all the people groups, types of people, cultures and subcultures that if you are being honest, you just don’t like or care about like God cares about them.
    52. 52. Breakout: The List • Make a list of all the people groups, types of people, cultures and subcultures that if you are being honest, you just don’t like or care about like God cares about them. • For example: Bikers, Samoans, Flutist
    53. 53. Scripture
    54. 54. Scripture • In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. 1In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.- 1 John 4:9
    55. 55. Scripture • In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the world, so that we might live through him. 1In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another.- 1 John 4:9 • but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us. -Romans 5:8
    56. 56. Prayer
    57. 57. Prayer • Pray that God would enable us to love like he does.
    58. 58. Prayer • Pray that God would enable us to love like he does. • Pray that God would make us ready to give and answer for the Hope that is in us.
    59. 59. Prayer • Pray that God would enable us to love like he does. • Pray that God would make us ready to give and answer for the Hope that is in us. • Pray that God might draw men and women to himself.
    60. 60. Conclusion
    61. 61. Conclusion • One reason that we are ineffective as missional people is that we do not view every person that we meet as someone God loves and as someone who needs Jesus to save them.
    62. 62. Next Week By the time of Ezra and Nehemiah, the people had grown increasingly impatient with Israel’s servile international status and had lapsed into a new set of moral failings.  No longer were they primarily guilty of spiritual depression, lethargy, and apathy.  Malachi confronted a culture that was intermarrying with pagans (2:11-15), robbing God of the commanded tithe (3:8-10), and holding the Sabbath in contempt (2:8-9; 4:4).  Furthermore, Israel’s religious leaders (the priests) were corrupt (1:6-2:9) and the people were inflicting social injustices on the downtrodden in their community (3:5)
    63. 63. Next Week • Identifying the people in your life whom Christ would have you share his love with. By the time of Ezra and Nehemiah, the people had grown increasingly impatient with Israel’s servile international status and had lapsed into a new set of moral failings.  No longer were they primarily guilty of spiritual depression, lethargy, and apathy.  Malachi confronted a culture that was intermarrying with pagans (2:11-15), robbing God of the commanded tithe (3:8-10), and holding the Sabbath in contempt (2:8-9; 4:4).  Furthermore, Israel’s religious leaders (the priests) were corrupt (1:6-2:9) and the people were inflicting social injustices on the downtrodden in their community (3:5)

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