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Mindanao Church Planting Mission of Churches of Christ

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Mindanao Church Planting is a joint mission of Churches of Christ in Mindanao

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Mindanao Church Planting Mission of Churches of Christ

  1. 1. WELCOME!
  2. 2. MINDANAO CHURCH PLANTING MISSION PRESENTATION
  3. 3. HIGHLIGHTSHIGHLIGHTS A. RATIONALE B. PURPOSE C VISION , MISSION & GOAL D. CORPORATE NAME E. MISSION STRUCTURE F. MISSION PARTNERSHIP G. AREA’S OF PROGRAM I. PROJECT OVERVIEW H. FINANCIAL SUPPORT STRATEGY
  4. 4. RATIONALERATIONALE Evangelism, Church Planting and Church Growth was discussed during the 51st Mindanao Convention of Churches of Christ held last April 2-4, 2015 at Camp Bulatukan, Makilala, Cotabato.
  5. 5. Convention Executive Committee appealed to all conveners, individual Christians who loved the Lord to get involved in this sacred calling by supporting Church Planting Mission first and foremost through prayers.
  6. 6. The church is to be the means of the final achievement of God’s eternal purpose: “in order that the manifold wisdom of God might now be made known through the church”(Ephesians 3:10)“God has seen fit to make his people partners in the world redemption.”
  7. 7. During the 51st convention at Camp Bulatukan, Makilala, Cotabato Mindanao Church of Christ Profile was presented.
  8. 8. MINDANAO CHURCH OF CHRISTMINDANAO CHURCH OF CHRIST PROFILEPROFILE Partial/Unofficial Survey-2014 REGION- 9 9 REGION- 10 31 REGION- 11 102 REGION- 12 147 REGION- 13 21 TOTAL 310
  9. 9. For this reason we urged all Christians to stand fast in one spirit, with one mind striving together for the faith of the gospel.
  10. 10. PURPOSEPURPOSE Our purpose is to glorify God by advancing Church Planting Mission in Mindanao that is multiplying churches and disciples through the transforming power of the gospel.
  11. 11. Through this movement we are seeking to advance God's kingdom in word and in deed over every sphere of life by raising up churches in our region that share a passion for the glory of God in his church.
  12. 12. VISIONVISION Church of Christ in Mindanao actively involved in Church Planting Mission.
  13. 13. MISSIONMISSION Mindanao Church Planting Mission of Churches of Christ Inc. , exist to strategically set out Church Planters/Missionaries and raise up indigenously led self-sustaining, reproducing Christians and local churches in targeted provinces in Mindanao.
  14. 14. GOALGOAL Establish Fifteen (15) Local Churches In Mindanao Within Five (5) Years.
  15. 15. A. STRATEGY 2017- Three (3) church plant handled by three (3) church planters with three (3) years contract. 2018- Three (3) church plant handled by three (3) church planters with three (3) years contract.
  16. 16. 2019- Three (3) church plant handled by three (3) church planters with three (3) years contract. 2020- Three (3) church plant handled by three (3) church planters with three (3) years contract. 2021- Three (3) church plant handled by three (3) church planters with three (3) years contract.
  17. 17. D. ACTION PLAN: 2016- Planning, Fund raising, Recruitment, Mission Conference. 2017- Implementation ( 2 rural; 1 urban church plant) Follow-up potential donors. 2018- Implementation ( 2 rural; 1 urban church plant) Follow-up potential donors.
  18. 18. 2019- Implementation ( 2 rural; 1 urban church plant) Follow-up potential donors. 2020- Implementation ( 2 rural; 1 urban church plant) Follow-up potential donors. 2021- Implementation ( 2 rural; 1 urban church plant) Follow-up potential donors.
  19. 19. CORPORATE NAMECORPORATE NAME Mindanao Church Planting Mission of Churches of Christ,
  20. 20. CORPORATE STRUCTURECORPORATE STRUCTURE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MANAGEMENT TEAM MISSION COMMITTEES
  21. 21. OFFICERS FUNCTIONS A. Board of Trustees: The corporate powers of the association shall be exercised, its business conducted and its property by the Board of Trustees. B. President: 1. To manage and supervise the business affairs of the association.
  22. 22. 2. To implement the administrative and operational policies of the association as resolved by the Board of Trustees. 3. To represent the association at all activities and objectives of the association.
  23. 23. 4. To execute all contracts, agreements and commitments of the corporation entered into by the Board of Trustees. 5. To oversee the preparation of the budget and the statements of accounts of the association.
  24. 24. 6. To preside and submit reports as the meetings of the Board of Trustees and members. 7. To perform such other duties as may be directed by the Board of Trustees.
  25. 25. C. Vice President- The vice president shall have such powers and duties as the board may from time to time prescribe. D. Secretary: The Secretary shall exercise the following functions:
  26. 26. 1. To record the minutes and resolutions in all membership and trustees meetings and maintain corporate books in the such form and manner required by law.
  27. 27. 2. To keep the membership book and records of the association, and affix the corporate seal to all official documents requiring the same.
  28. 28. 3. To give or send notices of the association required by law and these by-laws.
  29. 29. 4. To determine the existence of a quorum in any meeting of the members and the Board of Trustees.
  30. 30. 5. To perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the President or the Board of Trustees.
  31. 31. E. Treasurer- The Treasurer shall have the following functions: 1. To keep full and accurate accounts of the funds, receipts and disbursements in the books of the association.
  32. 32. 2. To deposit in the name and to the credit of the association, in such bank as may be designated by the Board of Trustees, all the funds, money, securities and valuable effects of the association.
  33. 33. 3. To render an annual statements showing the financial condition of the association and other financial reports to the President and Board of Trustees, as well as, proper government agencies.
  34. 34. 4. To perform such other duties and functions as may be assigned to him by the Board of Trustees.
  35. 35. F. AUDITOR: The Auditor shall audit the books of the association and prepare the annual balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Statements. He shall submit his audit Report in time for annual members meeting.
  36. 36. COMMITTEE IN-CHARGE MANAGEMENT ALOCELJA, J. RESEARCHER/EVALUATOR CALIHANAN, R. ANDAG, N. FUND RAISING & DOCUMENTATION CALIMPITAN, O. CHURCH GROWTH BADANG, B. DOCUMENTATION/PUBLISHER ONGGAO, M. COMUNICATION DAPAN, D. INFRASTRUCTURE S. CAUNDA EVANGELISM BERICO R. & BIGSANG, J. BUDGET & FINANCE TAMONDE, J. & ONGGAO, M.
  37. 37. PARTNERSHIPPARTNERSHIP 1. Davao Bible Seminary 2. Ambassadors for Christ Phil. Ev. Inc. 3. American Rehabilitation Ministry 4. Mindanao Upland School of Evangelism 5. Para Church Associations / Organization and Individual
  38. 38. AREA’S OF PROgRAmAREA’S OF PROgRAm A. Evangelism B. Church Planting C. Church Growth
  39. 39. PROJECT OVERVIEWPROJECT OVERVIEW 1. This mission is Independent and under the sponsorship of Churches of Christ in Mindanao.
  40. 40. 2. It will be registered as Mindanao Church Planting Mission of Churches of Christ, Inc.
  41. 41. 3. It is funded by potential donors, local churches and grants from individuals who are committed to help the mission.
  42. 42. 4. This mission is also in partnership with existing Missions and Para-church in Mindanao in terms of Training Church Planters, Infrastructure Assessment and other services.
  43. 43. 5. Mindanao Ministers of Churches of Christ Inc. will be the recommending or endorsing institution for church planters and in-charge in monitoring church planters during their ministry.
  44. 44. FINANCIAL SUPPORT & STRATEGY
  45. 45. RESOURCESRESOURCES A. Mindanao Convention of Churches of Christ. (MCCC) B. Mindanao Churches of Christ. (MCC) C. Para-church organizations and Associations. D. Individual Supporters
  46. 46. What Regular, Systematic GivingWhat Regular, Systematic Giving Will AccomplishWill Accomplish Triple 5 Strategy 5.00/week x 5 Years (260 weeks) x 5,000 Individual= Ph 6.5 Million
  47. 47. WHAT REGULAR,WHAT REGULAR, SYSTEMATIC GIVING WILLSYSTEMATIC GIVING WILL ACCOMPLISHACCOMPLISH LOVE GIFT 52 WEEKS 260 WEEKS 5,000 Individual 5.00 260.00 1,300.00 6,500,000.00 10.00 520.00 2,600.00 13,000,000.00 20.00 1,040.00 5,200.00 26,000,000.00 30.00 1,560.00 7,800.00 39,000,000.00 40.00 2,280.00 10,400.00 52,000,000.00 50.00 2,600.00 13,000.00 65,000,000.00 60.00 3,120.00 15,600.00 78,000,000.00 70.00 3,640.00 18,200.00 91,000,000.00 80.00 4,160.00 20,800.00 104,000,000.00 90.00 4,680.00 23,400.00 117,000,000.00 100.00 5,200.00 26,000.00 130,000,000.00
  48. 48. UTILIZATIONUTILIZATION A. Support to Church Planter/Benefits B. House rental C. Evangelism D. Training and Seminars E. Printing Supplies and Bibles F. Maintenance and Operating Expenses. G. Others
  49. 49. SAAD SA PAGHATAG PINAAGI SA PAGTOOSAAD SA PAGHATAG PINAAGI SA PAGTOO MISALIG AKO SA GINOO NGA MAKAHIMO AKO SA: __Pag-ampo kanunay alang sa nahisgutan nga mga pangamuyo ngadto sa Ginoo.. __Mohatag ug salapi sumala sa akong saad nga kantidad alang sa buluhaton sa Ginoo. Akong nasabtan nga ang akong Saad sa Paghatag pinaagi sa Pagtoo (ang kantidad nga ako gisaad sa paghatag) magasugod karong tuig 2016. Palihug isulat ang kantidad nga imong isaad sa paghatag sa ubos nga bahin:   Pinaagi sa Pagtoo, magahatag ko/kami ug kantidad nga ______________ matag semana, __________ matag bulan _____________ matag tuig.    ____________________________________________ Pirma
  50. 50. THANK YOU

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