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  • Leadership in the New Church

    1. 1. FPC Brandon | October 2011 Leadership in theFuture Church SESSION ONE:Introductions and Five Culture Shifts @breyeschow
    2. 2. Social Media Revolution http://youtu.be/3SuNx0UrnEo FPC Brandon
    3. 3. Road Map for the Day FPC Brandon
    4. 4. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 FPC Brandon
    5. 5. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 Disclaimers and Introductions FPC Brandon
    6. 6. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 Disclaimers and Introductions Six Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    7. 7. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 Disclaimers and Introductions Six Cultural Shifts Session Two | 10:30-11:45 FPC Brandon
    8. 8. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 Disclaimers and Introductions Six Cultural Shifts Session Two | 10:30-11:45 Example: Institutional Fluidity FPC Brandon
    9. 9. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 Disclaimers and Introductions Six Cultural Shifts Session Two | 10:30-11:45 Example: Institutional Fluidity Denominational Stuff FPC Brandon
    10. 10. Road Map for the Day Session One | 9:00-10:15 Disclaimers and Introductions Six Cultural Shifts Session Two | 10:30-11:45 Example: Institutional Fluidity Denominational Stuff Questions, Comments and Contact Info FPC Brandon
    11. 11. Disclaimers FPC Brandon
    12. 12. DisclaimersNOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare; FPC Brandon
    13. 13. DisclaimersNOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;BUTT IN: Lots of info and I go fast, butt in; FPC Brandon
    14. 14. DisclaimersNOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;BUTT IN: Lots of info and I go fast, butt in;EXPERT: not saying much new, but speakfrom the place where praxis and theoryconverge; lens as a congregational pastor. FPC Brandon
    15. 15. DisclaimersNOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;BUTT IN: Lots of info and I go fast, butt in;EXPERT: not saying much new, but speakfrom the place where praxis and theoryconverge; lens as a congregational pastor.STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I usegeneralities to save time; FPC Brandon
    16. 16. DisclaimersNOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;BUTT IN: Lots of info and I go fast, butt in;EXPERT: not saying much new, but speakfrom the place where praxis and theoryconverge; lens as a congregational pastor.STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I usegeneralities to save time;FACEBOOK: facebook.com/breyeschowpage FPC Brandon
    17. 17. DisclaimersNOTES: All slides posted on Slideshare;BUTT IN: Lots of info and I go fast, butt in;EXPERT: not saying much new, but speakfrom the place where praxis and theoryconverge; lens as a congregational pastor.STIPULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS: I usegeneralities to save time;FACEBOOK: facebook.com/breyeschowpageTWITTER: @breyeschow#whattheheckdoesheknow, #whatever FPC Brandon
    18. 18. Who are you? FPC Brandon
    19. 19. Who are you?morning people or night owls FPC Brandon
    20. 20. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’s FPC Brandon
    21. 21. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’sages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20 FPC Brandon
    22. 22. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’sages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20role: Teaching Elder, Ruling Elder, Deacon,Education, Youth, Evangelism, Worship,Mission,Music, Building, etc. FPC Brandon
    23. 23. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’sages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20role: Teaching Elder, Ruling Elder, Deacon,Education, Youth, Evangelism, Worship,Mission,Music, Building, etc.childhood traditions: none, Football,catholic, protestant, other FPC Brandon
    24. 24. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’sages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20role: Teaching Elder, Ruling Elder, Deacon,Education, Youth, Evangelism, Worship,Mission,Music, Building, etc.childhood traditions: none, Football,catholic, protestant, othergeography to ministry: 10 min, 30 min, hour FPC Brandon
    25. 25. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’sages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20role: Teaching Elder, Ruling Elder, Deacon,Education, Youth, Evangelism, Worship,Mission,Music, Building, etc.childhood traditions: none, Football,catholic, protestant, othergeography to ministry: 10 min, 30 min, hourchurch longevity?: till the end, >10, >5 FPC Brandon
    26. 26. Who are you?morning people or night owlsfavorite decade: 20‘s, 40‘s 50’s, 60’s, 70’s,80’s, 90’s, 00’sages: under 90, 70, 50, 40, 30, 20role: Teaching Elder, Ruling Elder, Deacon,Education, Youth, Evangelism, Worship,Mission,Music, Building, etc.childhood traditions: none, Football,catholic, protestant, othergeography to ministry: 10 min, 30 min, hourchurch longevity?: till the end, >10, >5technology: Online research, email, texting,blogs, yelp, facebook, twitter, Pandora,foursquare, dropbox FPC Brandon
    27. 27. about.me FPC Brandon
    28. 28. about.me FPC Brandon
    29. 29. about.me FPC Brandon
    30. 30. about.me FPC Brandon
    31. 31. about.me FPC Brandon
    32. 32. about.me FPC Brandon
    33. 33. about.me urban:sf FPC Brandon
    34. 34. about.me urban:sf 69X:85y FPC Brandon
    35. 35. about.me urban:sf 69X:85y techie:sm FPC Brandon
    36. 36. about.me urban:sf 69X:85y techie:sm creative:bobo FPC Brandon
    37. 37. about.me urban:sf 69X:85y techie:sm creative:bobo pastor:planter FPC Brandon
    38. 38. about.me urban:sf 69X:85y techie:sm creative:bobo pastor:planter blog:consult FPC Brandon
    39. 39. Why bother FPC Brandon
    40. 40. Why botherGenesis 17-18 . . . Will a son be born to aman a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear achild at the age of ninety?" . . . Abrahamgave the best of what he had . . . Sarahlaughed . . . FPC Brandon
    41. 41. Why botherGenesis 17-18 . . . Will a son be born to aman a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear achild at the age of ninety?" . . . Abrahamgave the best of what he had . . . Sarahlaughed . . .Is God done with us and how does this moveand call us into unexpected territory andadventures? FPC Brandon
    42. 42. Why botherGenesis 17-18 . . . Will a son be born to aman a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear achild at the age of ninety?" . . . Abrahamgave the best of what he had . . . Sarahlaughed . . .Is God done with us and how does this moveand call us into unexpected territory andadventures?Today, what are we being asked to birth? FPC Brandon
    43. 43. Why botherGenesis 17-18 . . . Will a son be born to aman a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear achild at the age of ninety?" . . . Abrahamgave the best of what he had . . . Sarahlaughed . . .Is God done with us and how does this moveand call us into unexpected territory andadventures?Today, what are we being asked to birth?Today, what are we being asked to give? FPC Brandon
    44. 44. Why botherGenesis 17-18 . . . Will a son be born to aman a hundred years old? Will Sarah bear achild at the age of ninety?" . . . Abrahamgave the best of what he had . . . Sarahlaughed . . .Is God done with us and how does this moveand call us into unexpected territory andadventures?Today, what are we being asked to birth?Today, what are we being asked to give?What do we need to know? FPC Brandon
    45. 45. Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    46. 46. Cultural ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruth: FPC Brandon
    47. 47. Cultural ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruth: from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment. FPC Brandon
    48. 48. Cultural ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruth: from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment. so . . . we embrace our belief that we best discern the will of God and mind of Christ . . . together. FPC Brandon
    49. 49. Cultural ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruth: from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment. so . . . we embrace our belief that we best discern the will of God and mind of Christ . . . together. eg . . . how we explore and discern Scripture, politics, culture, worship, decision making, etc. changes. FPC Brandon
    50. 50. Cultural ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruth: from a single source of authority to an open source of discernment. so . . . we embrace our belief that we best discern the will of God and mind of Christ . . . together. eg . . . how we explore and discern Scripture, politics, culture, worship, decision making, etc. changes. LEADERSHIP: flattens and opens decision making process. FPC Brandon
    51. 51. Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    52. 52. Cultural ShiftsMobility and Commitment FPC Brandon
    53. 53. Cultural ShiftsMobility and Commitment from a life-long commitment to “place” to an expectation of transience and change. FPC Brandon
    54. 54. Cultural ShiftsMobility and Commitment from a life-long commitment to “place” to an expectation of transience and change. so . . . we adjust our understanding of time, commitment and rhythm of the life of a congregation and community. FPC Brandon
    55. 55. Cultural ShiftsMobility and Commitment from a life-long commitment to “place” to an expectation of transience and change. so . . . we adjust our understanding of time, commitment and rhythm of the life of a congregation and community. eg . . . we change how we perceive a person’s commitment in terms of longevity. FPC Brandon
    56. 56. Cultural ShiftsMobility and Commitment from a life-long commitment to “place” to an expectation of transience and change. so . . . we adjust our understanding of time, commitment and rhythm of the life of a congregation and community. eg . . . we change how we perceive a person’s commitment in terms of longevity. LEADERSHIP: we find ways to adapt to the speed in which lives change, how time is committed and tasks accomplished. FPC Brandon
    57. 57. Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    58. 58. Cultural ShiftsInfluence and Social Capital: FPC Brandon
    59. 59. Cultural ShiftsInfluence and Social Capital: from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth. FPC Brandon
    60. 60. Cultural ShiftsInfluence and Social Capital: from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth. so . . . we develop and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be church: theology, style, structure, etc. FPC Brandon
    61. 61. Cultural ShiftsInfluence and Social Capital: from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth. so . . . we develop and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be church: theology, style, structure, etc. eg . . . denominational evangelism strategies will change. FPC Brandon
    62. 62. Cultural ShiftsInfluence and Social Capital: from a monolithic presence and mindset to a niche reality and opportunity for growth. so . . . we develop and embrace multiple manifestations of what it means to be church: theology, style, structure, etc. eg . . . denominational evangelism strategies will change. LEADERSHIP: we must be adept at navigating diverse expressions of faith. FPC Brandon
    63. 63. “Niche” impact on FPC Brandon
    64. 64. “Niche” impact onWe must shift froma monolithic self-understanding toone that embraces aniche culturethen... FPC Brandon
    65. 65. “Niche” impact onWe must shift froma monolithic self-understanding toone that embraces aniche culturethen... ...develop, discoverand embracemultiplemanifestations ofwhat it means to bethe church. FPC Brandon
    66. 66. “Niche” impact onWe must shift froma monolithic self-understanding toone that embraces aniche culturethen... ...develop, discoverand embracemultiplemanifestations ofwhat it means to bethe church. FPC Brandon
    67. 67. Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    68. 68. Cultural ShiftsTechnology and Community: FPC Brandon
    69. 69. Cultural ShiftsTechnology and Community: from geographic isolation to global community. FPC Brandon
    70. 70. Cultural ShiftsTechnology and Community: from geographic isolation to global community. so . . . we embrace with humility and deliberation new forms of connection and experiences of diversity. FPC Brandon
    71. 71. Cultural ShiftsTechnology and Community: from geographic isolation to global community. so . . . we embrace with humility and deliberation new forms of connection and experiences of diversity. eg . . . our understanding and experience of community is broadened. FPC Brandon
    72. 72. Cultural ShiftsTechnology and Community: from geographic isolation to global community. so . . . we embrace with humility and deliberation new forms of connection and experiences of diversity. eg . . . our understanding and experience of community is broadened. LEADERSHIP: Embrace social media in order to interact and engage the breadth of human expression and life. FPC Brandon
    73. 73. Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    74. 74. Cultural ShiftsSpirituality and Public Engagement FPC Brandon
    75. 75. Cultural ShiftsSpirituality and Public Engagement from a silent understanding of separating church and state to an increased public expression of faith and politics. FPC Brandon
    76. 76. Cultural ShiftsSpirituality and Public Engagement from a silent understanding of separating church and state to an increased public expression of faith and politics. so . . . we must reclaim the church’s voice in the public square FPC Brandon
    77. 77. Cultural ShiftsSpirituality and Public Engagement from a silent understanding of separating church and state to an increased public expression of faith and politics. so . . . we must reclaim the church’s voice in the public square eg . . . we acknowledge political realities while encouraging personal discernment. FPC Brandon
    78. 78. Cultural ShiftsSpirituality and Public Engagement from a silent understanding of separating church and state to an increased public expression of faith and politics. so . . . we must reclaim the church’s voice in the public square eg . . . we acknowledge political realities while encouraging personal discernment. LEADERSHIP: we find ways to equip people to live their faith in all aspects of their life, public and private. FPC Brandon
    79. 79. Cultural Shifts FPC Brandon
    80. 80. Cultural ShiftsStructure and Adaptability: FPC Brandon
    81. 81. Cultural ShiftsStructure and Adaptability: from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability. FPC Brandon
    82. 82. Cultural ShiftsStructure and Adaptability: from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability. so . . . we find ways to institutionalize structural fluidity and flexibility. FPC Brandon
    83. 83. Cultural ShiftsStructure and Adaptability: from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability. so . . . we find ways to institutionalize structural fluidity and flexibility. eg . . . Changes how we structure our communal lives: congregation and councils. FPC Brandon
    84. 84. Cultural ShiftsStructure and Adaptability: from a mindset of methodology and “steps” to a of spirit of approach and adaptability. so . . . we find ways to institutionalize structural fluidity and flexibility. eg . . . Changes how we structure our communal lives: congregation and councils. LEADERSHIP: Allows for flexible, responsive and Adaptive Structures. FPC Brandon
    85. 85. FPC Brandon | October 2011 Leadership in theFuture Church Session Two An Example: Institutional Fluidity Denominational Life @breyeschow
    86. 86. Six Culture Shifts FPC Brandon
    87. 87. Six Culture ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruth FPC Brandon
    88. 88. Six Culture ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruthMobility and Commitment FPC Brandon
    89. 89. Six Culture ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruthMobility and CommitmentInfluence and Social Capital FPC Brandon
    90. 90. Six Culture ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruthMobility and CommitmentInfluence and Social CapitalCommunity and Technology FPC Brandon
    91. 91. Six Culture ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruthMobility and CommitmentInfluence and Social CapitalCommunity and TechnologySpirituality and Public Engagement FPC Brandon
    92. 92. Six Culture ShiftsAuthority and “t”ruthMobility and CommitmentInfluence and Social CapitalCommunity and TechnologySpirituality and Public EngagementStructure and Adaptabilityeg Institutional Fluidity FPC Brandon
    93. 93. Sunday’s Coming . . . http://youtu.be/ys4Nx0rNlAM FPC Brandon
    94. 94. Institutional Fluidity FPC Brandon
    95. 95. Institutional FluidityDEFINED . . . a CONTEXTUALLY GENUINEstructure that provides bounds, meaningand support for its life; yet one not so rigidas to stifle the Spirit’s ability to becreative and adaptive. FPC Brandon
    96. 96. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.org FPC Brandon
    97. 97. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian one FPC Brandon
    98. 98. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporary FPC Brandon
    99. 99. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culture FPC Brandon
    100. 100. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40) FPC Brandon
    101. 101. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40)reconstructed religiosity FPC Brandon
    102. 102. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40)reconstructed religiosityembraced ambiguity FPC Brandon
    103. 103. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40)reconstructed religiosityembraced ambiguitycultural consistency FPC Brandon
    104. 104. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40)reconstructed religiosityembraced ambiguitycultural consistencyintuitive diversity andmulticulturalism FPC Brandon
    105. 105. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40)reconstructed religiosityembraced ambiguitycultural consistencyintuitive diversity andmulticulturalisminstitutional fluidity FPC Brandon
    106. 106. Mission Bay Community Churchwww.missionbaycc.orgjust a church: a jesusy,reformed and presbyterian onetheologically progressive andstylistically contemporaryopen source, postmodern andemergent culturetraditioned, transient andtechno gen x/y/z’s (20-40)reconstructed religiosityembraced ambiguitycultural consistencyintuitive diversity andmulticulturalisminstitutional fluidity FPC Brandon
    107. 107. Institutional Fluidity FPC Brandon
    108. 108. Institutional FluidityWHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt to express joy; FPC Brandon
    109. 109. Institutional FluidityWHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt to express joy;WHY . . . because our structures do notinspire creativity; FPC Brandon
    110. 110. Institutional FluidityWHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt to express joy;WHY . . . because our structures do notinspire creativity;WHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt for adaptability; FPC Brandon
    111. 111. Institutional FluidityWHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt to express joy;WHY . . . because our structures do notinspire creativity;WHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt for adaptability;WHY . . . because our structures are tiredand burdensome; FPC Brandon
    112. 112. Institutional FluidityWHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt to express joy;WHY . . . because our structures do notinspire creativity;WHY . . . because our structures are notbuilt for adaptability;WHY . . . because our structures are tiredand burdensome;WHY . . . because every gathering of peoplewill result in some kind of structure/organization, so we must be wise about howwe gather. FPC Brandon
    113. 113. Why INSTITUTIONAL? FPC Brandon
    114. 114. Why INSTITUTIONAL?What is the purpose, result and meaning ofSpiritual Leadership . . . governing bodies,councils, boards, institutions, etc? FPC Brandon
    115. 115. Why INSTITUTIONAL?What is the purpose, result and meaning ofSpiritual Leadership . . . governing bodies,councils, boards, institutions, etc? Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life; FPC Brandon
    116. 116. Why INSTITUTIONAL?What is the purpose, result and meaning ofSpiritual Leadership . . . governing bodies,councils, boards, institutions, etc? Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life; to nurture and nudge the pastoral, prophetic, priestly and poetic expressions of the church; FPC Brandon
    117. 117. Why INSTITUTIONAL?What is the purpose, result and meaning ofSpiritual Leadership . . . governing bodies,councils, boards, institutions, etc? Presbyland, G-10.0102: The session is responsible for the mission and government of the particular church. to administer, operate and support meaningful expressions of church life; to nurture and nudge the pastoral, prophetic, priestly and poetic expressions of the church; to be an individuals meaningful and particular expression of commitment to a local context; FPC Brandon
    118. 118. Structural Tensions FPC Brandon
    119. 119. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable FPC Brandon
    120. 120. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable Transient and Committed FPC Brandon
    121. 121. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable Transient and Committed Traditioned and Creative FPC Brandon
    122. 122. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable Transient and Committed Traditioned and Creative Technical and Experiential FPC Brandon
    123. 123. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable Transient and Committed Traditioned and Creative Technical and Experiential Focused and Distractible FPC Brandon
    124. 124. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable Transient and Committed Traditioned and Creative Technical and Experiential Focused and Distractible Maturing and Unsure FPC Brandon
    125. 125. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Describable Transient and Committed Traditioned and Creative Technical and Experiential Focused and Distractible Maturing and Unsure Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    126. 126. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Committed Traditioned and Creative Technical and Experiential Focused and Distractible Maturing and Unsure Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    127. 127. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Value lifetime and Committed longevity Traditioned and Creative Technical and Experiential Focused and Distractible Maturing and Unsure Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    128. 128. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Value lifetime and Committed longevity Traditioned and Tradition without Creative meaning Technical and Experiential Focused and Distractible Maturing and Unsure Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    129. 129. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Value lifetime and Committed longevity Traditioned and Tradition without Creative meaning Technical and Technology as a Experiential tool Focused and Distractible Maturing and Unsure Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    130. 130. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Value lifetime and Committed longevity Traditioned and Tradition without Creative meaning Technical and Technology as a Experiential tool Focused and Process without Distractible creativity Maturing and Unsure Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    131. 131. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Value lifetime and Committed longevity Traditioned and Tradition without Creative meaning Technical and Technology as a Experiential tool Focused and Process without Distractible creativity Maturing and High or low Unsure expectations Overextended and Willing FPC Brandon
    132. 132. Structural Tensions Undefinable and Monolithic culture Describable Transient and Value lifetime and Committed longevity Traditioned and Tradition without Creative meaning Technical and Technology as a Experiential tool Focused and Process without Distractible creativity Maturing and High or low Unsure expectations Overextended and Understanding of Willing use of time FPC Brandon
    133. 133. Decently and In Order FPC Brandon
    134. 134. Decently and In OrderTerms of service: three years, but withpermission to leave; FPC Brandon
    135. 135. Decently and In OrderTerms of service: three years, but withpermission to leave;How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies; FPC Brandon
    136. 136. Decently and In OrderTerms of service: three years, but withpermission to leave;How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;How F2F time is used: life-giving work, studyand thinking; FPC Brandon
    137. 137. Decently and In OrderTerms of service: three years, but withpermission to leave;How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;How F2F time is used: life-giving work, studyand thinking;How responsibilities are given: projects,areas, and latitude to shift foci; FPC Brandon
    138. 138. Decently and In OrderTerms of service: three years, but withpermission to leave;How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;How F2F time is used: life-giving work, studyand thinking;How responsibilities are given: projects,areas, and latitude to shift foci;How meetings are held: purposeful andcreative setting; FPC Brandon
    139. 139. Decently and In OrderTerms of service: three years, but withpermission to leave;How “business” is done: online and other time-saving technologies;How F2F time is used: life-giving work, studyand thinking;How responsibilities are given: projects,areas, and latitude to shift foci;How meetings are held: purposeful andcreative setting;Assumptions of the group: trusting, honestand permission giving; FPC Brandon
    140. 140. Denominational Life FPC Brandon
    141. 141. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSA FPC Brandon
    142. 142. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc. FPC Brandon
    143. 143. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc. FPC Brandon
    144. 144. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc.World Mission and Global Partnership FPC Brandon
    145. 145. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc.World Mission and Global PartnershipTechnology, Social Media, etc FPC Brandon
    146. 146. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc.World Mission and Global PartnershipTechnology, Social Media, etcSeminary Education FPC Brandon
    147. 147. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc.World Mission and Global PartnershipTechnology, Social Media, etcSeminary EducationPublic Square Issues FPC Brandon
    148. 148. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc.World Mission and Global PartnershipTechnology, Social Media, etcSeminary EducationPublic Square IssuesModerator Stuff FPC Brandon
    149. 149. Denominational LifeGeneral Future Questions about PCUSAAmendment 10a, New Form of Government,Belhar, etc.The Fellowship, Next church, etc.World Mission and Global PartnershipTechnology, Social Media, etcSeminary EducationPublic Square IssuesModerator StuffOther . . . FPC Brandon
    150. 150. Questions . . . FPC Brandon
    151. 151. Questions . . . questions and comments . . . email: breyeschow@gmail.com twitter: @breyeschow blog: www.reyes-chow.com facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ breyeschowpage slideshare: www.slideshare.net/breyeschow FPC Brandon
    152. 152. FPC Brandon | October 2011 Leadership in theFuture Church Thanks for coming! @breyeschow

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