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SpiritLife Conference
October 7, 2016
Bridging the gap leadership for multicultural ministry since 2007
The Blueprint:
Fun...
2
Pastor Debbie Strlek
Pastor Elvis Bacerott
Jan Paron, PhD
All Rights Reserved, 2016 All Nations Leadership Institute
3
"I have become all things to all men so that by
all possible means I might save some. I do all
this for the sake of the ...
Purpose Statement:
Not all ministry leaders can meet seminary tuition costs or
admission standards. Nonetheless, the calle...
KEY
Takeaways
from ANLI’s
building
phases3
5
Jan Paron
A.
Cornerstone
(Starting Point)
B.
Anchor Points
(Baselines)
C. Scaffolding
& Building
(Layering)
6
Building
Phases
Jan Pa...
DEFINITION: A cornerstone forms the starting point of
your building at the base of its corner, joining two
walls.
7Phase A...
8Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point)
PURPOSE:
Identify what you have and set direction
Debbie Strlek
1. Where are you?
2. What do you do next?
3. Where do you want to go?
9Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point)
Questions
Deb...
• Seek church growth
• Change your traditions
• Support fluidity in vision
• Nurture diversity
10Phase A: Cornerstone (Sta...
• Retain the message, adapt the method
• Attract diversity
• Flip on a dime
11Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point)
Takeaw...
• Create a long-term goal
• Think big
12Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point)
Takeaway 3: Where do you want to go?
Debbie ...
DEFINITION: Anchor points provide a fall protection
system and life lines.
13Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines)
Elvis Bace...
14Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines)
PURPOSE:
Understand your structural components
Elvis Bacerott
15Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point)
Questions
4. What do you want to teach?
5. Who will you train?
6. How will you tea...
• Determine end-result based on house vision
• Specify instruction time and length
• Map out critical learning units
16Pha...
• Link participants to long-term goal
• Recruit the next generation
• Identify teacher trainers and their needs
17Phase B:...
• Review program material cost
• Teach across generations
• Look at best method/s to deliver instruction
18Phase B: Anchor...
DEFINITION: Scaffolding provides support to a structure
during cleaning, repair, or expansion in the building
or layering ...
20Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering)
PURPOSE:
Move forward and provide support
Jan Paron
QUESTIONS
7. How do you envision the future?
8. What bridges do you build?
9. How do you extend your base?
21Phase C: Scaf...
• Implement a cycle of continuous progress
• Assess student and program outcomes
• Raise up teacher leaders
22Phase C: Sca...
Jan Paron
Scope and
Sequence
Key
Competenci
es
Learning
Outcomes
Performance
Assessments
/Learning
Experiences
Trend Data ...
24
Assess student and program outcomes Jan Paron
Teaching Learning
versus
25
Raise up teacher leaders Jan Paron
Train
Disciple
Empower
• Provide your students academic support
• Vary instructional delivery and materials
26Phase C: Scaffolding & Building(Lay...
27
Provide academic support Jan Paron
Give flexible support
• Promote positive attitude
Encourage responsibility
• Offer s...
Teach
across
cultures
Use multi-
faceted
instruction
Adapt to
student
needs
28
Vary instructional delivery and materials J...
• Mobilize technology
• Pursue diversity
• Build a legacy
29Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering)
Takeaway 9: How do ...
30
Mobilize technology Jan Paron
Online
instruction
Apps Video
31
Pursue diversity Jan Paron
Build a legacy
32
Jan Paron
Reach the next
generation!
339 KEY TAKEAWAYS Revisited
Jan Paron
Phase 1
Cornerstone
Phase 2
Anchor Points
Phase 3
Scaffolding
1. Where are you?
2. W...
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The Blueprint: Fundamentals of Building a Bible College

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The Blueprint: Fundamentals of Building a Bible College

  1. 1. SpiritLife Conference October 7, 2016 Bridging the gap leadership for multicultural ministry since 2007 The Blueprint: Fundamentals of Building a Bible College
  2. 2. 2 Pastor Debbie Strlek Pastor Elvis Bacerott Jan Paron, PhD All Rights Reserved, 2016 All Nations Leadership Institute
  3. 3. 3 "I have become all things to all men so that by all possible means I might save some. I do all this for the sake of the gospel, that I may share in its blessings" (1 Cor 9: 22b-23 NIV). Jan Paron
  4. 4. Purpose Statement: Not all ministry leaders can meet seminary tuition costs or admission standards. Nonetheless, the called require proper training. Thus, a need exists for institutions or churches to offer an alternative pathway with high-quality training for multicultural ministry regardless of a person's academic background or financial means. This workshop gives participants a blueprint of nine key takeaways for developing a Bible college based on All Nations Leadership Institute's experiences during its three building phases over a 20-year period. 4 Jan Paron
  5. 5. KEY Takeaways from ANLI’s building phases3 5 Jan Paron
  6. 6. A. Cornerstone (Starting Point) B. Anchor Points (Baselines) C. Scaffolding & Building (Layering) 6 Building Phases Jan Paron
  7. 7. DEFINITION: A cornerstone forms the starting point of your building at the base of its corner, joining two walls. 7Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) Debbie Strlek
  8. 8. 8Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) PURPOSE: Identify what you have and set direction Debbie Strlek
  9. 9. 1. Where are you? 2. What do you do next? 3. Where do you want to go? 9Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) Questions Debbie Strlek
  10. 10. • Seek church growth • Change your traditions • Support fluidity in vision • Nurture diversity 10Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) Takeaway 1: Where are you? Debbie Strlek
  11. 11. • Retain the message, adapt the method • Attract diversity • Flip on a dime 11Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) Takeaway 2: What do you do next? Debbie Strlek
  12. 12. • Create a long-term goal • Think big 12Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) Takeaway 3: Where do you want to go? Debbie Strlek
  13. 13. DEFINITION: Anchor points provide a fall protection system and life lines. 13Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines) Elvis Bacerott
  14. 14. 14Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines) PURPOSE: Understand your structural components Elvis Bacerott
  15. 15. 15Phase A: Cornerstone (Starting Point) Questions 4. What do you want to teach? 5. Who will you train? 6. How will you teach it? Elvis Bacerott
  16. 16. • Determine end-result based on house vision • Specify instruction time and length • Map out critical learning units 16Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines) Takeaway 4: What do you want to teach? Elvis Bacerott
  17. 17. • Link participants to long-term goal • Recruit the next generation • Identify teacher trainers and their needs 17Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines) Takeaway 5: Who will you teach? Elvis Bacerott
  18. 18. • Review program material cost • Teach across generations • Look at best method/s to deliver instruction 18Phase B: Anchor Points (Baselines) Takeaway 6: How will you teach it? Elvis Bacerott
  19. 19. DEFINITION: Scaffolding provides support to a structure during cleaning, repair, or expansion in the building or layering process. 19Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering) Jan Paron
  20. 20. 20Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering) PURPOSE: Move forward and provide support Jan Paron
  21. 21. QUESTIONS 7. How do you envision the future? 8. What bridges do you build? 9. How do you extend your base? 21Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering) Jan Paron
  22. 22. • Implement a cycle of continuous progress • Assess student and program outcomes • Raise up teacher leaders 22Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering) Takeaway 7: How do you envision the future? Jan Paron
  23. 23. Jan Paron Scope and Sequence Key Competenci es Learning Outcomes Performance Assessments /Learning Experiences Trend Data Cycle of Continuous Progress: Instructional Framework 23
  24. 24. 24 Assess student and program outcomes Jan Paron Teaching Learning versus
  25. 25. 25 Raise up teacher leaders Jan Paron Train Disciple Empower
  26. 26. • Provide your students academic support • Vary instructional delivery and materials 26Phase C: Scaffolding & Building(Layering) Takeaway 8: What bridges do you build? Jan Paron
  27. 27. 27 Provide academic support Jan Paron Give flexible support • Promote positive attitude Encourage responsibility • Offer safe learning environment Collaborate with teachers
  28. 28. Teach across cultures Use multi- faceted instruction Adapt to student needs 28 Vary instructional delivery and materials Jan Paron
  29. 29. • Mobilize technology • Pursue diversity • Build a legacy 29Phase C: Scaffolding & Building (Layering) Takeaway 9: How do you extend your base? Jan Paron
  30. 30. 30 Mobilize technology Jan Paron Online instruction Apps Video
  31. 31. 31 Pursue diversity Jan Paron
  32. 32. Build a legacy 32 Jan Paron Reach the next generation!
  33. 33. 339 KEY TAKEAWAYS Revisited Jan Paron Phase 1 Cornerstone Phase 2 Anchor Points Phase 3 Scaffolding 1. Where are you? 2. What do you want to do next? 3. Where do you want to go? 4. What do you want to teach? 5. Who will teach it? 6. How will you teach it? 7. How do you envision the future? 8. What bridges do you build? 9. How do you extend your base?

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