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  • 2 Kings 17:24-41 tells about an interesting event in the life of Israel. As you know, the kingdom of Israel was divided after the death of Solomon into Israel & Judah. The capital of Israel was located in Samaria. Throughout the entire history of Israel there were no good kings – all were evil & did evil in the eyes of God. Because of this, God sent the Assyrian army to carry Israel off into captivity. After carrying them off, the Assyrian king resettled the land with people from other countries – Babylon, Cuthah, Avva, Hamath, & Sepharvaim. Verse 25 tells us that these new settlers did not fear the LORD & so the LORD punished them. In the end, the people adopted some of the religious practices of Israel & blended them with their own religious practices, resulting in a religious mess. Of course all of this meant that there was a big gap between the Jews & the Samaritans.
  • Som 104-02 building kingdom values

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    2. 2. SOM-03 Building Kingdom Values Having studied the basic foundational truths of the Christian church, it is now time for us to examine more closely the church itself. Three basic questions need to be answered in relation to the church, namely What is the Church? How do we identify the church when we see it? & How is the church supposed to engage the world?
    3. 3. “Building Kingdom Values”
    4. 4. Group Work Defining my cell Paano baSino ba si Ano ba’ng gampanan Jesus? Misyon niya? ang ating Misyon?
    5. 5. Bounded Cell /Cell na may Limitasyon Bible Study SingingOffering Prayer Sermon
    6. 6. Centered Cell /Cell na may Focus Core Beliefs Passionately held Make Introduce Disciples people to Jesus
    7. 7. Jesus’ Essentials
    8. 8. Leadership in the World Fuzzy Set / Uri ngGruponaWala Malabo ngLimitasyon “You know that theacknowledged rulers of nations have absolute Malabo power over people & their officials have Bounded Set / Uriabsolute authority over ngGrupona Malinaw May people.” Limitasyon Mk 10:42 Sa Labas Sa Loob Malabo
    9. 9. Leadership of Jesus Leadership in the World Centered Set / Fuzzy Set / Uri ngGrupona Uri May Focus Malabo ngGruponaWala Malabo ngLimitasyon Core Beliefs Passiona tely held Malinaw Malabo Bounded Set / “But thats got the from the table,be Uri Jesus “… not up way its going to ngGrupona Malinaw among you. Whoever wants to become removed his outer clothes, took a May towel, & tied it around his servant. great among you will be your waist. Limitasyon Whoever wants to be most importantThen he poured water into a basin & among you will be a slave for everyone.Its the same way the disciples feet & began to wash with the Son of Man. Hedry them with the towel that he had Sa Labas Sa Loob Malabo didnt come so that others could serve him. He came tohis waist” Jo 13:4-5 as tied around serve & to give his life a ransom for many people.” Mk 10:43-45
    10. 10. The man who has power I will follow until I get something from him. The man who does notseek power, but who serves me willingly I will serve until I die because he truly has my best interests at heart.
    11. 11. Who is my Neighbour?
    12. 12. Luke 10:25-37Then an expert in Moses Teachings stood up to testJesus. He asked, "Teacher, what must I do to inheriteternal life?” Jesus answered him, "What is written inMoses Teachings? What do you read there?” Heanswered, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart,with all your soul, with all your strength, & with all yourmind. And Love your neighbor as you love yourself.”Jesus told him, "Youre right! Do this, & life will be yours."
    13. 13. Luke 10:25-37But the man wanted to justify his question. So he askedJesus, "Who is my neighbor?” Jesus replied, "A man wentfrom Jerusalem to Jericho. On the way robbers strippedhim, beat him, & left him for dead. "By chance, a priestwas traveling along that road. When he saw the man, hewent around him & continued on his way. Then a Levitecame to that place. When he saw the man, he, too, wentaround him & continued on his way.
    14. 14. Luke 10:25-37"But a Samaritan, as he was traveling along, came acrossthe man. When the Samaritan saw him, he felt sorry forthe man, went to him, & cleaned & bandaged hiswounds. Then he put him on his own animal, brought himto an inn, & took care of him. The next day the Samaritantook out two silver coins & gave them to the innkeeper.He told the innkeeper, Take care of him. If you spendmore than that, Ill pay you on my return trip.
    15. 15. 2 Kings 17:24-41God sent the Assyrian army to carry Israel off into captivityAssyria sent settlers from Babylon, Cuthah, Avva, Hamath, &Sepharvaimv33 – They worshiped the LORD but also served their own gods according to the customs of thenations from which they had come.
    16. 16. The Actors• A Man – Presumably Jewish• Priest – Responsible for making people right with God & with the community• Levite – Responsible for coordinating the community’s worship & service of God• Samaritan – WHAT!?!
    17. 17. “Samaritans” Today• Muslim • Disgusting• Pedophile • Dirty Madumi• Holdaper • Scary Nakakatakot• Kidnap for Ransom • False Belief• Cult member • False Religion • False gods ..
    18. 18. Luke 10:25-37"Of these three men, who do you think was a neighbor tothe man who was attacked by robbers?” The expert said,"The one who was kind enough to help him." Jesus toldhim, "Go & imitate his example!"
    19. 19. Frodo and the others who made up the"fellowship of the ring" certainly shared many adventures together, but their partnership involved far more thansimple companionship. Because of what they went through together, they came to know each other better and on a deeper level. They formed incredibly strong bonds of friendship; and they sacrificed much for one another, often enduring hardship and, in some instances, even death. AllAboutGod.com
    20. 20. “There is a yearning in the heart for peace. Because of the wounds, the rejections, we have received in past relationships, we are frightened by the risks. In our fear we discount the dream of authentic community as merely visionary. But there are rules by which people can come back together, by which the old wounds are healed.” – Foundation for Community Encouragement
    21. 21. “In and through community lies the salvation of the world” M. Scott Peck, A Different Drum, p 17.
    22. 22. “Currently the church is not only not a Body of Christ, it is not a body, a community. It must be a community before it can serve as the Body of Christ.” M. Scott Peck, A Different Drum, p 300.
    23. 23. DefinitionA group of 2 or more people who, regardless of thediversity of their backgrounds, have been able to acceptand transcend their differences, enabling them tocommunicate openly and effectively, and to worktogether towards common goals, while having a sense ofunusual safety with one another. – Foundation for Community Encouragement
    24. 24. DefinitionA group of individuals who have learned how tocommunicate honestly with each other, whoserelationships go deeper than their masks of composure,and who have developed some significant commitmentto "rejoice together, mourn together," and to "delight ineach other, make others conditions their own." – M. Scott Peck,A Different Drum
    25. 25. DefinitionThe idea of "community" has increasingly beenexpanded to include not just the place where one lives,but the web of relationships into which one isembedded. Work, school, voluntary associations,computer networks - all are communities, even thoughthe members live quite far apart. – Alan Atkisson
    26. 26. What kind of Community is the Church supposed to be?
    27. 27. KEY WORDS• GREEK – KOINON- – METECHO• HEBREW – CHBRrbx
    28. 28. KEY WORDS – Tagalog• Pagsasama-sama • Pagkakaisa• Makipag-isa • Makihati sa kanyang mga• Pakikibahagi hirap• Magsama • Pagkakabit-kabitin• Pagkakataong makatulong • Kasosyo• Maging bukas ang palad • Pagtangi-tangiin• Pakikipag-isa • Papanig• Mga kamanggagawa • Nagkakaisa • Ang mga kasama
    29. 29. KEY WORDS – OT• LXX is the Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures• LXX uses [KOINON-] for rbx [CHBR] – Occurs 9 times in OT to describe the relationship between humans – It is NEVER used to describe the relationship between humans and God
    30. 30. rbx [CHBR]• Ge 14:3 – The five kings joined forces and met in the valley of Siddim (that is, the Dead Sea). – Lahat ng itoy nagkatipon sa libis ng Siddim (na siyang Dagat na Alat).• Ex 26:3 – Five of the sheets must be sewn together, and the other five must also be sewn together. – Limang tabing ay papagsusugpunging isat isa; at ang ibang limang tabing ay papagsusugpunging isat isa.
    31. 31. rbx [CHBR]• Ju 20:11 – So all the men of Israel assembled. They stood united against the city. – Sa gayoy nagpipisan ang lahat ng mga lalake ng Israel laban sa bayang yaon, na nagtibay na magkakapisang parang isang tao.• Ps 119:63 – I am a friend to everyone who fears you and to everyone who follows your guiding principles. – Akoy kasama ng lahat na nangatatakot sa iyo, at ng nagsisitupad ng iyong mga tuntunin.
    32. 32. rbx [CHBR]• Pr 28:24 – The one who robs his father or his mother and says, “It isn’t wrong!” is a companion to a vandal. – Ang nagnanakaw sa kaniyang ama o sa kaniyang ina, at nagsasabi, hindi ito pagsalangsang; Yaoy kasama rin ng maninira.
    33. 33. rbx [CHBR]• Da 2:17 – Then Daniel went home and told his friends Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah about this matter. – Nang magkagayoy naparoon si Daniel sa kaniyang bahay, at ipinaalam ang bagay kay Ananias, kay Misael, at kay Azarias, na kaniyang mga kasama:
    34. 34. [KOINONIA]1. W/One Another (1Jo 1:3) – This is the life we have seen and heard. We are reporting about it to you also so that you, too, can have a relationship with us. – Yaong aming nakita at narinig ay siya rin naming ibinabalita sa inyo, upang kayo naman ay magkaroon ng pakikisama sa amin
    35. 35. koinwnia [KOINONIA]2. W/ Jesus – God faithfully keeps his promises. He called you to be partners with his Son Jesus Christ our Lord. – 1Co 1:9 – Ang Dios ay tapat, na sa pamamagitan niya ay tinawag kayo sa pakikisama ng kaniyang anak na si Jesucristo na Panginoon natin. – 1Co 1:9 – Our relationship is with the Father and with his Son Jesus Christ. – 1Jo 1:3 – at tayo ay may pakikisama sa Ama, at sa kaniyang Anak na si Jesucristo – 1Jo 1:3
    36. 36. koinwnia [KOINONIA]3. W/The Father – Our relationship is with the Father and with his Son Jesus Christ. – 1Jo 1:3 – at tayo ay may pakikisama sa Ama, at sa kaniyang Anak na si Jesucristo – 1Jo 1:3
    37. 37. koinwnia [KOINONIA]4. W/The Holy Spirit – May the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with all. – 2Co 13:14 – Ang biyaya ng Panginoong Jesucristo, at ang pagibig ng Dios, at ang pakikipisan ng Espiritu Santo ay sumainyo nawang lahat.
    38. 38. koinwnia [KOINONIA]5. Share Common belief – The disciples were devoted to the teachings of the apostles, to fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. –Ac 2:42 – At silay nagsipanatiling matibay sa turo ng mga apostol at sa pagsasamasama, sa pagpuputolputol ng tinapay at sa mga pananalangin.
    39. 39. koinwnia [KOINONIA]6. Share Need – They made an appeal to us, begging us to let them participate in the ministryof God’s kindness to his holy people in Jerusalem. They did more than wehad expected. 1st, they gave themselves to the Lord & to us, since this wasGod’s will. This led us to urge Titus to finish his work of God’s kindnessamong you in the same way as he had already started it.Indeed, the more your faith, your ability to speak, your knowledge, yourdedication, and your love for us increase, the more we want you to participatein this work of God’s kindness. –2Co 8:1-15
    40. 40. koinwnia [KOINONIA]6. Share Need – Alamkoitosapagkatmahigpitnilangipinakiusapsaaminnasila ybigyanngpagkakataongmakatulongsamgakapatirannataga -Jerusalem. At higitsainaasahannamin, inilaannilaangkanilangsarili, unasaPanginoon, at pagkatapos, saamin, ayonsakaloobanngDiyos. Kayatpinakiusapannaminsi Tito, dahilsiyaangnagsimulanggawaingito, nakayoytulunganniyahanggangsamalubosangpagkakawan ggawaninyongito. Subalithabangkayoysumasaganasapananampalataya, sapagpapahayag, sakaalaman, sakasipagan, at sainyongpag-ibigsaamin, sikapin din ninyongmangunasapagkakawanggawa.
    41. 41. Community vsCommunitas
    42. 42. Act 4:32-35The whole group of believers lived in harmony.No one called any of his possessions his own.Instead, they shared everything. With greatpower the apostles continued to testify that theLord Jesus had come back to life. Godsabundant good will was with all of them. Noneof them needed anything. From time to time,people sold land or houses & brought themoney to the apostles. Then the money wasdistributed to anyone who needed it.
    43. 43. Resources are developed to maintain the system.The settledexperience of agroup of people thatexists for its ownbenefit & for the"insiders." Itsenergies areprimarily directedinward. "The Community for Me"
    44. 44. Resources are developed to accomplish the mission. The journey of a group of people that find each other only in a common pursuit of a vision & a mission that lies beyond itself. Its energies are primarily directed outward & forward."Me for the Community & the Community for the World"
    45. 45. Have you ever experienced Communitas?
    46. 46. Christian Fellowshipby Kevin Cauley – Berryville Church of Christ, Berryville Arkansas
    47. 47. 1 Corinthians 1:9-10God faithfully keeps his promises. He called you to be partners withhis Son Jesus Christ our Lord.Brothers and sisters, I encourage all of you in the name of our Lord JesusChrist to agree with each other and not to split into opposing groups. I wantyou to be united in your understanding and opinions.
    48. 48. 1 Corinthians 1:9-10 TapatangDiyosnatumawagsainyoupangmakipag- isasakanyangAnaknasiJesu-CristonaatingPanginoon.Mgakapatid, akoynakikiusapsainyo, sapangalanngatingPanginoongJesu-Cristo, magkaisa kayo at huwagmagkabaha-bahagimagingsaisipan at magingsalayunin. v11Sapagkat
    49. 49. 1 Corinthians 1:9-10• 1) The Christian is called unto the fellowship of Jesus.• 2) Division destroys true Christian fellowship because fellowship involves the opposite of division. Fellowship (like unity) involves . . . – a. Speaking the same thing. – b. Being perfectly joined together. – c. Having the same mind. – d. Having the same judgment.
    50. 50. Unity &FellowshipUnity & fellowship are very closely related. 1. Unity refers to the ideal. 2. Fellowship refers to the practical.
    51. 51. I. BasisWith whom can we have fellowship?
    52. 52. 1. God&HumansThisis the life we have seen & heard. We are reporting about it to you also so thatyou, too, can have a relationship with us. Our relationship is with the Father& with his Son Jesus Christ…If we say, “We have a relationshipwith God” & yet live in the dark, we’relying. We aren’t being truthful.But if we live in the light in the same way that God is in the light, we havea relationship with each other. – 1Jo 1:3-7
    53. 53. 1. Diyos&TaoIpinapahayagnganaminsainyoangamingnakitatnarinigup angmakasama kayo saamingpakikiisasaAma at sakanyangAnaknasiJesu-Cristo. … angDiyos ay ilaw at walanganumangkadilimansakanya. Kung sinasabinatingtayoy maypakikiisasakanyangunitnamumuhaynamantayosakadilima n, nagsisinungalingtayo at hindinamumuhayayonsakatotohanan. Ngunit kung namumuhaytayoayonsaliwanag, gayangpananatiliniyasaliwanag, tayoynagkakaisa ...
    54. 54. 2. Vertical Fellowship1. Living in the light insures our fellowship w/ God. – God islight, and there isn’t any darkness in him. If we say, “We have a relationshipwith God” and yet live in the dark, we’re lying. We aren’t being truthful. – 1Jo 1:5-6 – …angDiyos ay ilaw at walanganumangkadilimansakanya. v6Kung sinasabinatingtayoy may pakikiisasakanyangunitnamumuhaynamantayosakadiliman, nagsisinungalingtayo at hindinamumuhayayonsakatotohanan.2. God is light, & if we walk in the light, we walk with God..
    55. 55. 2. Vertical Fellowship3. When we partake of the Lords Supper, we have fellowship w/ Christ’s body & blood – When we bless the cup of blessing aren’t we sharing the blood of Christ?When we break the bread aren’t we sharing the body of Christ?–1Co 10:16 – Hindi batangpag- inomnatinsakopangpagpapalanaatingipinagpapasalamat ay pakikibahagisadugoni Cristo? At angpagkainnatinngtinapaynaatingpinipira-piraso ay pakikibahaginamansakanyangkatawan?
    56. 56. 2. Vertical Fellowship4. He wants the fellowship of the Holy Spirit to be upon all Christians – "The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all. Amen." – 2Co 13:14. – NawaysumainyonglahatangpagpapalangPanginoongJes u-Cristo, at angpag-ibigngDiyos, at angpakikisamang Espiritu Santo.
    57. 57. 3. Horizontal Fellowship1. Fellowshipw/ other Christians (horizontal) depends on fellowship w/ the HS (vertical) – So then, as Christians, do you have any encouragement? Do you haveany comfort from love? Do you have any spiritual relationships? Do youhave any sympathy and compassion? Then fill me with joy by having thesame attitude and the same love, living in harmony, and keeping one purposein mind. – Php 2:1,2.
    58. 58. 3. Horizontal Fellowship2. A glad reception of,&obedience to, the word was prerequisite to Christian fellowship. – Those who accepted what Peter said were baptized.That day about 3,000 people were added to the group. – Acts 2:41.
    59. 59. II. BenefitsWhat should we get out of Christian fellowship?
    60. 60. 1. Physical &Spiritual … kept meeting together, & they shared everything witheach other. From time to time, they sold theirproperty & other possessions&distributed the money to anyone who needed it. The believers hada single purpose&went to the temple every day. They were joyful &humble as they ate at each other’s homes&shared their food. At thesame time, they praised God& had the good will of all the people. Every daythe Lord saved people, & they were added to the group. –Acts 2:44-47.
    61. 61. 2. Physical–SharingWe want you to know how God showed his kindness to the churches in …Macedonia. … their overflowing joy, along with their extremepoverty, has made them evenmore generous. … by theirown free will they have given all they could, even more than they could afford.Theymade an appeal to us, begging us to let them participate in the ministryof God’s kindness to his holy peoplein Jerusalem. They did more than wehad expected. First, they gave themselves to the Lord & to us, since this wasGod’s will. – 2Co 8:1-5.
    62. 62. 2. Physical–SharingBecause the believers in Macedonia and Greece owe a debt to the Christiansin Jerusalem, they have decided to take up a collection for the poor among theChristians in Jerusalem. – Romans 15:26.
    63. 63. 3. Spiritual-Support/Edification1. When we assemble together – We must also consider how to encourage each other to show love and todo good things. We should not stop gathering together with other believers,as some of you are doing. Instead, we must continue to encourage each othereven more as we see the day of the Lord coming. – He 10:24,25.
    64. 64. 3. Spiritual-Support/Edification2. We understand each other because we have a similar, precious faith – From Simon Peter, a servant and apostle of Jesus Christ.To those who have obtained a faith that is as valuable as ours, a faithbased on the approval that comes from our God and Savior, JesusChrist. – 2Pe 1:1.
    65. 65. 3. Spiritual-Support/Edification3. Paul speaks of the spiritual support that the apostles gave him and Barnabas – James, Cephas, & John …acknowledged that God had given me this special gift. Sothey shook hands with Barnabas & me, agreeing to be our partners. It wasunderstood that we would work among the people who are not Jewish &they would work among Jewish people. – Ga 2:9.
    66. 66. III. BarriersWith whom can we not have fellowship?
    67. 67. 1. W/Immoral ChristiansIn my letter to you I told you not to associate with people who continue tocommit sexual sins. I didn’t tell you that you could not have any contact withunbelievers who commit sexual sins, are greedy, are dishonest, or worshipfalse gods. If that were the case, you would have to leave this world. Now,what I meant was that you should not associate with people who call themselvesbrothers or … 1Co 5:9-13
    68. 68. 1. W/Immoral Christians… sisters in the Christian faith but live in sexual sin, are greedy,worship false gods, use abusive language, get drunk, or are dishonest. Don’teat with such people.After all, do I have any business judging those who are outside the Christianfaith ? Isn’t it your business to judge those who are inside? God will judgethose who are outside. Remove that wicked man from among you. – 1Co 5:9-13. 1Co 5:9-13
    69. 69. 2. W/Unorthodox ChristiansBrothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ we order you notto associate with any believer who doesn’t live a disciplined life and doesn’tfollow the tradition you received from us. – 2Th 3:6.
    70. 70. 3. W/ One Who DividesBrothers and sisters, I urge you to watch out for thosepeople who createdivisions and who make others fall away from the Christian faith byteachingdoctrine that is not the same as you have learned. Stay away from them. – Ro 16:17.
    71. 71. 4. W/ Unbelievers Stop forming inappropriate relationships w/unbelievers. Can right &wrong be partners? Can light have anything in common w/darkness? CanChrist agree w/ the devil? Can a believer share life w/ an unbeliever? CanGod’s temple contain false gods? Clearly, we are the temple of the living God.As God said,“I will live & walk among them.I will be their God,& they will be my people.”The Lord says, “Get away from unbelievers.Separate yourselves fromthem.Have nothing to do w/ anything unclean. Then I will welcome you.”– 2Co 6:14-18.
    72. 72. 5. W/ Any Work of DarknessHave nothing to do with the useless works that darkness produces.Instead, expose them for what they are. – Eph5:11.
    73. 73. CONCLUSION: Christian fellowship is the practicalapplication of the attitudes & actions which are unique to the Christian relationship
    74. 74. DIYOS Old Testament TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO KOINONIAFellowship, Community, TAO TAO Partnership, Sharing, Participation, Helping TAO
    75. 75. DIYOS New Testament TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO KOINONIAFellowship, Community, TAO TAO Partnership, Sharing, Participation, Helping TAO
    76. 76. KOINONIA – BASIS• IN UNION WITH CHRIST (Eph. 1).
    77. 77. KOINONIA – BASIS• INDUCTION INTO HIS BODY – For example, the body is one unit and yet has many parts. As all the parts form one body, so it is with Christ. 1 Cor. 12:12.
    78. 78. KOINONIA – BASIS• SPIRITUAL UNITY WITH ONE ANOTHER (Eph. 4) – indissoluble as the Trinity.
    79. 79. KOINONIA – BASIS• CALLED TO EXPERENTIAL UNITY – I pray that all of these people continue to haveunity in the way that you, Father, are in me and I am in you. I pray that theymay be united with us so that the world will believe that you have sent me. Jn 17:21.
    80. 80. KOINONIA – Community• COMMON INHERITANCE (What we share In together)• COOPERATIVE SERVICE (What we share Out together)• RECIPROCAL RESPONSIBILITY (What we share With one another)John Stott
    81. 81. KOINONIA – Principles• IN MATTERS ESSENTIAL − UNITY• IN MATTERS NON-ESSENTIAL − LIBERTY• IN ALL OTHER MATTERS − CHARITY
    82. 82. Principles of Community• Extraordinary respect• Inclusiveness• Power of vulnerability• Authenticity• Willingness to empty• Use of silence• Mystery.
    83. 83. Principles of Community• Inclusive. Individual differences are celebrated. Soft individualism, rather thanrugged individualism, can flourish.• Realistic & multi-dimensional. Each member is free to experience his or her ownfacet of reality.• Facilitates healing once its members stop trying to heal or fix one another.• Reflective, contemplative, and introspective..
    84. 84. Principles of Community• Members can fight gracefully.• Group of all leaders who share equal responsibility for & commitment tomaintaining its spirit.• Highly effective work group.• Ideal consensual decision making body.• Wide range of gifts and talents is celebrated..
    85. 85. Stage 1: Pseudo-Community• Dont do or say anything that might offend someone else• If someone offends, annoys, or irritates you, act as if nothing has happened & pretend not to be bothered• If there is disagreement, change the subject as quickly & smoothly as possible.
    86. 86. Stage 1: Pseudo-CommunityNgiting TAO aso TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO
    87. 87. Stage 2: ChaosTry to …• Erase all Differences• Fix, heal, & convert others to conform• Be Noisy, uncreative, & unconstructive• Form Sub-groups• Organise by saying, “Do it my way!”• Resist Leadership.
    88. 88. Stage 2: Chaos PERO GANITO PALA! TAO TAO TAO TAO PERSON TAWOTAO TAO BLOKE TOLAY TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO AKALA MO … How do these AS A RESULT … guys feel?Lahat dapat kagaya ko para maayos OUT IN
    89. 89. Stages 1 & 2 Pseudo-Community Paikot-ikot Chaos
    90. 90. Stage 3: Emptying/Emptiness• More reflective• Vulnerability, openness• Most feared, but most crucial stage• Emptying of barriers to communication• “I” statements (avoid generalities)• More silence, risking, deep listening• Many little “deaths” – letting go• Without emptiness, no room for the spirit.
    91. 91. Stage 3: Emptying/EmptinessWhat to empty?• Expectations & preconceptions• Prejudices• Need to fix, heal, convert, solve, give advice• Need to control• Ideology, theology, solutions In Matters Essential − Unity In Matters Non-essential − Liberty In All Other Matters − Charity
    92. 92. Stage 3: Emptying/Emptiness TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO TAO
    93. 93. Stage 4: Community• Soft quietness• Peace• Acceptance• Dynamic leadership, productivity• Pain AND joy• Palpable sense of spirit• Playfulness• Graceful “fighting”.
    94. 94. Stage 4: Community TAO TAO TAO TAOTAO TAO TAO TAO
    95. 95. Community Building Stages1. Pseudo-Community2. Chaos3. Emptying/Emptiness4. Community
    96. 96. Community MaintenanceTension will be • Size experienced as • Structure communities • Authority struggle to maintain: • Inclusivity • Intensity • Commitment • Individuality • Task definition • Ritual
    97. 97. 4 Task-Avoidance Assumptions• Flight / Pagtatakas sa problema• Fight / Pag-aaway-way• Pairing / Pag-kakampi• Dependence / Bahala na si lider
    98. 98. Flight / Pagtatakas sa problema• a tendency to flee from troublesome issues & problems / Iniiwasan ang mga issue at problema• Scapegoating/blaming is a task avoidance assumption of flight (turo-turo, ikaw kasi)• Group attempts to flee into organization [Chaos]• Ignoring emotional pain / hindi pinansin ang sakit sa damdamin
    99. 99. Flight / Pagtatakas sa problema• “The group has apparently not learned to listen to its members pain.” “Hindi natuto makinig ang grupo sa mga sakit sa damdamin ng mga miyembro.”• “One of the things emptiness means is to shut up long enough – to be empty long enough – to digest what someone has just said. Whenever someone says something painful, the group runs away from it into noisiness.”.
    100. 100. Fight / Pag-aaway-away• Predominates during chaos. Kadalasan kapag nasa Chaos stage.
    101. 101. Pairing / Pag-kakampi• Alliances, conscious or unconscious, between 2 or more members are highly likely to interfere with the groups mature development. – Whispering / Pagbubulong-bulong – Romancing / Nanliligaw – Alliance for defense
    102. 102. Dependency• The most devastating to community development & the most difficult to deal with.• A community cannot exist if the members depend upon a leader to lecture them or carry their load.• Each one of us has no more & no less responsibility than any other for the success of our work together.• All instructions to the contrary, groups rapidly slip into the task avoidance assumption of dependency.
    103. 103. Consensus is a group decisionWhich some may not feel is the best decision but which they can all live with, support, & commit themselves to not undermine;• Arrived at without voting, / walangbotohan• The issues are fully aired, / nilabaslahatng issue• All feel they have been adequately heard, napakingganangbawatisa• Everyone has equal power & responsibility, / pantay- pantayanglahat• Everyone has different degrees of influence / kangyang- kanyangimpluensya• Individual stubbornness or charisma are avoided / iniwasanangkatigasanngulo at ___________.• So that all are satisfied with the process / Nasatisfyangbawatisangproceso
    104. 104. Consensus• The process requires the members to be – emotionally present & engaged; – Maging totooin a loving, mutually respectful manner; – sensitive to each other; – selfless, dispassionate, & capable of emptying themselves; – possessing an awareness of both people & time, including • knowing when the solution is satisfactory, and • that it is time to stop and not re-open the discussion until such time that the group determines a need for revision."
    105. 105. Suggestions for Implementing• Proselytizing is a form of fixing and will create resistance. You cannot convert someone to adesire for community in their lives.• Others will become aware ofthe effect more by how you behave toward them than by what you say. One way to avoidproselytizing is to wait until you have fully integrated your community building experiencebefore trying to share it.
    106. 106. Suggestions for ImplementingTake steps to keep community alive:1. Reflect on the experience & listen to yourinner voice;2. Begin putting into practice what you have learned during the event;3. Engage in community building wherever it feels appropriate.4. Create a supportive environment for yourself.
    107. 107. Suggestions for Implementing5. Start an ongoing community group.6. Attend another community building event to re- experiencecommunity with a different group so your understanding of the community building process will deepen..
    108. 108. EVALUATIONWhere is your church in the 4 Stages of Community Building?1. Pseudo-Community2. Chaos3. Emptying/Emptiness4. Community 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    109. 109. EVALUATION• Inclusive.• Realistic & multi-dimensional.• Facilitates healing.• Reflective &introspective• Members can fight gracefully. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    110. 110. EVALUATION• Leaders share equal responsibility for,& commitment to, maintaining its spirit.• Highly effective work group.• Ideal consensual decision making body.• Wide range of gifts and talents.. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    111. 111. Guidelines 4 Comm. Building• The task is to experience sense of community• Experiential – adventure into the unknown• Facilitators are guides• Speak personally – “I” statements avoid generalities.• Be inclusive – avoid exclusivity
    112. 112. Guidelines 4 Comm. Building• Be emotionally present• Participation can be verbal or non verbal• Express dislikes in the group• Speak when moved, don’t speak when not moved• Commitment to “hang in”• Respect confidentiality.

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