Steve sjogren Razgovarao Rice Broocks na TBN

Steve sjogren nedavno učinio veliki intervju s rižom Broocks o sluga evangelizacije na TBN mreži. Možda će vam ovo pomoći proslijediti drugima kao način objašnjavanja koncepta SE u malom. (Zanimljiva napomena: It was taped in Nashville at what was previously the estate of country music legend Conway Twitty on his sound stage, known as “TwittyLand!” – not as over the top as the name sounds but a cool bit of Nashville lore. If you are ever in Nashville-Hendersonville on a Tuesday night, you might want to check out the taping of one of these shows.)

3 Stvari adresu prije početka nove crkve Doug Mürren

Startne crkve ponekad je otišao u pripremi s nedovoljnim. Znam da sam napravio nekoliko pogrešaka koje su bile skupe u crkvama počevši od strane nemaju adekvatnu pripremu razdoblje. Vjerujem neuspjeh može prikupiti veće uvide više od uspjeha. I want to talk about three major areas of concern that need to be addressed before getting started on any church venture.

Pre-Mortem Assessment

Post-mortem assessment is very common. We usually think of reviewing our success or failure after the event or venture has wound down. I like to do what I call pre-mortem assessment. It works just like post-mortem with the exception that it precedes the start date.

I now do pre-mortems on my messages. I also like to preview and consider upcoming events. It can be fun. Basically it means drawing your team together to ask how this thing fail. It means looking at what will bring us down. Obviously once you have done this exercise you will find ways to improve even before you start and likely avoid painful post-mortems.

Here are some questions that might help your pre-mortem:

  • What will stop people from returning?
  • What could go wrong with our message presentation?
  • What will make it difficult for people to hear about us and show up?
  • How could we waste our money?
  • What parts of our presentation are week or substandard?
  • What could make our worship terrible?

etc…

Recruiting Leaders

Choosing your first leaders properly is a vital effort. Sometimes we recognize people just because we need some help. It is true that you will likely within the first three years see a complete turn over of your initial leaders. But nonetheless your chances of succeeding can be greatly increased by calling the right partners.

This is an area where I have been weak. I have often not taken the time to recruit and deploy the right people. I have invested money in the ill prepared and under qualified leader and have not only wasted resources but cost myself a great deal of pain.

Where do you find leaders? Almost always the best leaders are going to come via referrals. It is true you may need to recruit leaders from places they are already being productive. I have come to believe that you shouldn’t start if you can’t convince some friends to join you in the venture.

The following are six traits of leaders you will need to be successful:

  • They are willing to invest money.
  • They are influencers and bring other people into the journey with you.
  • Are willing to put in time on the extras.
  • Do they evangelize?
  • Are they optimists?
  • Are they there when its time to pray?

Friends of the Start

I have heard for years planters complain about little or no support from their denominations or sending church. It sounds to me like the people who join your church and want you to hand them some friends. You have to take responsibility for building your own support network.

I think finding a coach and being willing to pay them is a great step. Yes they may be a paid friend but they are still a friend. You may have to go outside your particular organization to find connections.

It is well worth the effort to make some appointments with church leaders that have been successful and ask to share your dream. Don’t ask for money. If they are impressed with you and your plan they will offer on their own. What you need are friends. Often these friends will connect you with resources you need.

I think a network of ten key mentors and friends is essential. Be a listener and learner. Offer to take them to lunch or meet whatever fits their schedule best. Be certain to ask for future meetings after your first meeting. I have had many church planters ask me to mentor them or hire me as a coach. I am always flattered. Often I will work to help them find resources.

Come prepared when you seek to collect friends. Have a list of four or five questions you would like to ask them. They can be anywhere in the country, they don’t have to be in your backyard.. But don’t be vague. Describe your concerns. Ask them to pray for and with you. Send them a note of appreciation after your meeting.

Some of my best friends in the ministry were made this way. I often asked them to speak at my fledgling churches and I was amazed how many were takers. And when you have them speak prepare an honorarium no matter how poor you are. They may give it back but it shows you value their input.

These are the areas that should get a great deal of your attention. This is why I think a church plant or new plan for a church should be preceded by six months of hard preparation time. Happy preparing!

Iznenadite Osobe s Božjom snagom Doug Addison

Ljudi su čežnja da se dotakne Božje ljubavi, Snaga i prihvaćanje. Kao kršćani, nosimo u sebi nevjerojatan arsenal duhovnih darova koje mogu pomoći onima u potrebi u ranjavanje svijetu oko nas. Kao vođa terenu i trener za nekoliko godina, I have come to realize that to become more effective we no longer have to go on an outreach because our life is an outreach!

I never grow tired of watching people’s faces light up when we do something that practically demonstrates God’s love. I call these divine moments or power encounters. I have had many power encounters and my most recent was at a comedy club. My wife and I struck up a conversation with a New Age hypnotherapist and she shared a reoccurring childhood dream, which took place outside a church. I gave her the interpretation, which was that she had an amazing spiritual destiny yet to be fulfilled. She was about to find out more about the special assignment or calling God has had on her life since she was a child. She went into tears and said she felt warmth, love and goose bumps all at the same time.

When I talk about power encounters as a means of reaching people with God’s love, many different ideas may run through your head. I realize that the story I just shared may sound a bit extreme and it came after years of experience. Let me share with you some secrets on how I got started and give you some simple tips on how to have power encounters with people in your community.

The power of presence
Power encounters occur when we bring God’s presence to a person who does not believe in God or is trapped in darkness. There is power just by bringing the presence of God that is inside us into contact with those whom God is drawing to Himself. I call this the ‘Gift of Showing Up’!

God’s presence in us is like a light that shines and distinguishes us from those who do not have this light. We are told to “live as children of light” (Ephesians 5:8). When we intentionally allow the presence of God’s love to be released through us to touch others, people are drawn to us and experience a peace that they have not experienced elsewhere. People can just sit next to us and walk away changed, without knowing what happened to them.

The power of process
Oftentimes, we miss the fact that people tend to come to Jesus through a process of circumstances and events. We need to allow people time to experience God and not be too quick to try to get them to pray the prayer of salvation prematurely. Just like in nature, there is a growth process for new life to emerge. We would never force a rose bud open or plant a seed expecting it to mature instantly. In the same way, people are often relieved to find a Christian who is not “evangelistically trigger-happy.”

Most people want to know God is real and have questions and doubts that need to be worked out over time. Combining the power of God’s presence with the power of process, we can befriend people and hang out with them over time. It feels more natural and relational while being very effective in reaching people today.

The power of love
We all can demonstrate the power of love. The Bible makes it clear that our enemies are in the spiritual realm and they are not the people we are trying to reach (Ephesians 6:12). We show love in the natural, while our enemies are in the spirit realm. When we take God’s light into the world, it is best not to judge people that you may not agree with. Focus on loving anyone you may disagree with because love powerfully attracts people to Him. Jesus does say to love your neighbor.

The power of encouragement
There is profound power in simply speaking kindly to people, building them up. When Jesus encountered the Samaritan woman at the well, he gently pointed out that she had relational issues. But he encouraged her, going on to call her honest (John 4:18). People are often beaten down and discouraged by their circumstances. It is amazing what a kind word can do to build them up. It is the kindness of God that leads people to repent and receive Him (Romans 2:4).

The power of surprise
As we do practical things to demonstrate God’s love, we open people’s eyes to God’s love for them. This is often a surprise to them and gives that “tilt of the head” in astonishment. Another surprise is when people discover we are Christians and we are also nice. Sad to say, many people have had bad experiences with unloving Christians. It is so fun to show people the opposite spirit by practical, surprising acts of love and reveal that God is real and really loves them.

Making it practical
Power encounters are not as difficult as you might think. Here are some easy, practical steps to see this in action. Ask God to show you someone who is need of His touch. If you know them, consider going to coffee or lunch and just listen. Then find a way to practically meet a need in their life.

If you see someone in public that God highlights and you don’t know them, be courageous and tell them that you just read something about the power of encouragement and you were wondering if you could practice with them. Proceed to give them a short uplifting word of encouragement. You don’t have to pray long prayers or get them on their knees repenting to be effective in sharing God’s love. You’ll be surprised!

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Lekcije iz Outward fokusiran Crkve Brad Henson

Prošlo je dvanaest godina otkad smo se preselili u zapadnom Kentuckyju s ciljem sadnje je 'vani' fokusiran crkvu. Devet mjeseci smo bili dio tima 12 prema van usmjerena ljudi.

Danas četiri rijeke je 4 kampus zbor širi diljem zapadne Kentucky. Mi povezujemo s 500 – 600 people per weekend and have seen our people and leaders assist in the planting of 6 other churches in the last 12 godine. Four Rivers is truly an outward focused church. Ali, it hasn’t been easy. It hasn’t even been steady. And honestly, it has been nothing like I expected it would be. During the past 12 years we have had our predictions challenged. We have faced disappointment… mainly caused by our own misguided expectations. And we have learned many things.

A Few Things I’ve Learned… About Being An Outward Focused Pastor

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1. There is a constant tendency toward the inward.

This one is an overarching reality I never expected. I assumed reaching larger groups of people would solidify our outward focus. But the truth is, the disconnected and ‘far from God’ people we reach with an outward mission have their very own ‘inward’ tendencies. With every new person comes a new beginning of teaching this mission. And sometimes, the road to spiritual growth mistakenly leads people down a road of self focus.

We have learned to check regularly the outward focused pulse of the church. It is a daunting task and can sometimes bring disappointment. But by looking at where we really are, we know how to honestly lead. And this is required of anyone who desires to lead an outward focused church for an extended period of time.

2. The Lion and the Lamb.

The Lion and the Lamb metaphor is usually used with ‘end time’ discussions. But we have found it is very helpful for us in today’s ministry. As a church of multi ethnicities, age groups and socio economic groups our diversity makes us stronger. But it also requires us to lead wisely. It takes many things to get a lamb to lay down with a lion.

Prvi, you need a lion that stops acting like a predator. Second, you need a lamb who will believe that the lion is good. And third, you need an ongoing relationship with behaviors that reinforce those beliefs. You may be interested in helping your community… but many people do not believe you. You are a church leader. That makes you a lion to many. They feel lamb-like and you look hungry for their time, money & talents. To reach them, you have some perceptions and possible realities to change.

3. Keep the vision ‘visible.’

There is a reason that the Bible uses a ‘visible’ word to describe the church’s meta narrative. But many church leaders convey ‘vision’ in a purely ‘audible’ or ‘hearing’ based way. We have noticed people need to see an outward focused vision in order to grasp it.

So we have learned to keep the vision visible. We regularly put people in front of the gathering to show and tell their stories of life change. This means so much more than a sermon about why we should reach out. We cannot simply tell the mission… we have to show it.

4. Know Your Bible… Know Your Back Yard…

Christian leaders everywhere understand the need to be aware of and guided by the Scripture. But Christianity is more than a set of rules, regulations or guidelines. There is an awareness and intuitiveness of our faith that requires that we know both our belief systems & our local culture. We can’t expect to focus outward if we are not well aware of what is out there.

And to be clear, I absolutely do not mean this from a judgmental perspective. Knowing your back yard is so much more than knowing what is wrong with your back yard. Zapravo, there are many times that we have to look outside of the church in order to find some of the most exciting things that God is doing in our culture. Find Him there and join Him in the outward focused ministry He has already begun.

These are just a few of the many things planting and leading an outward focused church has taught me. Although it has been difficult, I am very thankful to God for this journey. I hope that my ramblings have helped you as well.

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Ja srcu mom gradu Dina Rizzo

Jeste li znali da Isus ima plan za vas u gradu On vas je poslao? Vidimo veliki primjer za to u Luki 8:26-38. Ovaj jednom opsjednutim je spremna slijediti Isusa nakon ovog čudesnog promijeniti život. Ali Isus mu zapovijeda da, “Return home and tell how much God has done for you.” Go back to the city I have called you to. Go back to your home. Go to your city. Go to your people. Jesus was smart. He knew this city would know this once demon-possessed man. They would recognize something had changed in him. Something miraculous had to have happened to make this once crazy man, sane again. Here we have the first missionary sent to his own zip code. God has a plan for you in the city He has sent you to as well.

If you want to make a difference in your city you must first love your city. Loving your city opens ears to hear the gospel, unlocks heart to be loved, and unleashes Kingdom influence. You can’t fake love. You can’t love behind your church walls. You can’t love behind judgment. You can only “speak” love so much before you have to “show” it in order for others to believe it. Opening up your heart, your arms, your finances, your resources, your building to others with a ridiculous love for the people in your city will catapult you into God’s purposes like nothing else.

Loving your city starts with knowing your city. You have to notice, understand, listen, and pay attention to the culture, the rhythms, the condition, the seasons, and the story of your city. Being with the people will create a love for the people. Simply researching your city, only creates a data connection. What you need is a heart connection with the people in your city. Jesus was always among the people. He bridged the gap between physical need and spiritual need, because He could see what type of bridge needed to be built to connect with them. Knowing your city will help you determine how to truly love your city, minister to your city, and provide for your city.

Once you know your city, you act. Do whatever you can to meet the needs of your city. Know the need, see what you have to offer, and act. Not too long ago we noticed that cancer patients receiving chemotherapy in local hospitals were not receiving the nutritional snacks they really needed. A lady in our church started with 5 volunteers and went once a week to bring a healthy snack to a cancer patient. One year later we are in 5 hospitals, 5 days a weeks, and have served thousands of snacks. We have been able to share the love of Christ with thousands through a simple healthy snack.

When you know your city and act on the true needs within the city, there will be impact. Know, act, and impact will follow. You will be blown away by the access, opportunity, influence, and visibility that opens wider than you imagined possible. The government starts calling you to solve problems in the city. They know your name. Road blocks and red tape are no longer blockades to ministry. Door after door begins to open. You set the example for others. People start thinking, “Maybe the church does know how to solve some of these issues in our community for the cause of Christ.” You are advertising without even having to advertise because serving creates chatter. Let’s create lots of chatter!

You want people pulling up on your property saying, “I heard from someone that this church would help me.” Be necessary. Be seen as a solution. Is your church necessary to your city? Does it matter that you are here? As churches we often ask ourselves if the poor matter to us, but the real question is, “Do we matter to the poor?” Does your city need you? I believe they do because they need Christ. Let us be found faithful with the piece of earth God destined for us to serve on. Love your city.

Evanđelisti nevjere Rice Broocks

Ja sam duboko je izazvao neumornim naporima muškaraca i žena koji unaprijed uzrok “Novi ateizam” u prazne srcima postmoderne zapadnjake.

Priroda grozi vakuum pa u nedostatku vjere, nevjera ili ateizam postaje anti-uzrok. Misija ove ateist križara je osloboditi svijet (especially the young) of religious faith and “superstition.” They carry their message with zeal and with the confrontational style that rivals any fundamentalist preacher. Ukratko, they seek converts – people who will “repent” of religion and follow the secular path to freedom.

Caricatures of the worst aspects of religion make it easy to gain people’s attention. Lumping all religions together, it becomes one monstrous “straw man” that can easily scare the average listener more than hell itself. Tragically, they are gaining momentum, especially in the arena of the university campus and the media.

If this were a boxing match, the Church would be sitting on a stool in the corner of the ring, dazed and confused and doubting whether we were really “called” to this fight. What can we learn from their efforts?

Talking to Ourselves

First and foremost: We must start engaging our culture with the Gospel beyond the church walls and stop just talking to ourselves. The majority of the effort we exert as Believers is talking to fellow Christians about being better Christians.

“Missional Church” is a term we debate vs a real mission we do. We have deceived ourselves by not obeying the Word ( James1:22).

Most of the people in our churches have heard enough to be teachers themselves, but are defenseless against the basic arguments and accusations of the opposition.

The Gospel is the answer to the cries of the human heart, but the lack of zeal to proclaim it demonstrates our lack of faith in its power.

We can also see that if we don’t step up and speak a clear message, the enemies of the Gospel will gladly take our place.

History has shown that God will allow a Goliath to taunt His people, knowing that someone like David will be provoked into action.

May we be shaken out of our stupor, get off the stool and get back into the fight for this generation.

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Gerila Ljubav koju Vince Antonucci

Elizabeth Morris je žena iz malog grada koji Kentucky, dva dana prije Božića u 1982, je sjedio do jedne noći čeka njezin sin Ted doći kući s posla u trgovačkom centru. He was in college but was home and working a temporary job over Christmas break to make some extra money for school. And he was late. Na 10:40 p.m., Elizabeth got the telephone call that all parents fear. “Mrs. Morris, this is the hospital. Your son has been killed in an accident.”

A 24-year-old man named Tommy Pigage had been driving drunk – his blood alcohol level was 3 times the legal limit – and had crossed the highway’s center line & smashed head-on into Ted’s car. The drunk driver was only slightly injured, but 18-year-old Ted Morris was dead.

Elizabeth and her husband, Frank, were devastated. Ted was their only child. And their anger only escalated when, at the trial, their son’s killer, Tommy Pigage, was only given probation. Elizabeth says that day after day she would replay her mental videotape of that night like a horror movie. She wanted revenge. She would fantasize about driving down the road, seeing Tommy walking, and driving him into a tree, then watching him die slowly in agony. She actually spent a lot of her time tracking Tommy, hoping she could catch him violating his probation so he could be sent to prison.

There was only one problem. Elizabeth was a Christian. And as she brought her feelings to God, and prayed about all of it, she came to the realization that her heavenly Father had also lost His only Son. But on the cross Jesus had said, “Father, forgive them” about the soldiers who had tortured and crucified Him. And that in a very real sense she had put Jesus on the cross, her sins had, and yet God had forgiven her. And she realized that she had to forgive Tommy. She decided to and then offered forgiveness to the man who killed her only son.

But … check this out. She didn’t just forgive him. She and her husband actually began to build a relationship with their son’s killer. And after some time they led Tommy Pigage to Christ. Because of their influence, in part because of their compassion, because of their forgiveness, because of their guerrilla love, he decided to follow Jesus and become a Christian.

That’s what I like to call guerrilla love. People have misconceptions of Christians – that we’re judgmental, holier-than-thou, isolated, homophobic, hate-filled, and too political. And we need to tell those people about Jesus. But why would they listen to someone they feel that way about? And why would they want to become like someone they feel that way about? And so we have to destroy their stereotypes. And we do it by ambushing people with the love of God. Compassionate connection must come first.

We need to tell people about Jesus, but compassionate connection comes first. We lead with love. We ambush people with the grace of God. We attack the misconceptions people have of Christians – that we’re judgmental, holier-than-thou, isolated, homophobic, hate-filled, and too political. No one who believes that about us will listen to what we have to say, so we destroy those stereotypes, and we do it with love.

A guerrilla love ambush could be buying someone’s dinner, giving your garbage man cookies, throwing a block party, inviting the unpopular person at work to lunch, doing yard-work for your neighbor, or … forgiving your son’s killer.

We’re taught in 1 Peter 3:15-16 that we’re to live in such a way that it forces people to ask questions. Questions like “Why are you like this?” “What’s so different about you?” “Why do you have the hope you do?” “Why do you love the way you love?” Repeated love ambushes destroy misconceptions, and force people to ask questions and, when they do, we get to tell them about the reason we love, about the one who inspires and gives us the power to love, we get to tell them about Jesus. And the grace we’ve shown will have already overcome their resistance. They’ll want to listen to us, and they’ll be open to becoming like us.

And that, well, that’s guerrilla.

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Vince Antonucci became a Christian out of a completely non-Christian background and ever since his passion has been reaching the “lostest of the lost.” He was the founding Pastor of Forefront Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia, a church where 72% of the people who attend were previously unchurched non-Christians. Vince recently moved to Las Vegas where he started a new church, Verve, in the heart of Sin City, just off the Vegas Strip. Vince is the author of I Became a Christian and All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt (2008), i Guerrilla Lovers (2010).

Tko radi na evangelizacijsko? Steve Sjogren

Ne želim zvučati heretički, ali imam jednu primjedbu da bi. Moj prijatelj Fred bio plodan na vodećim ljudima s Kristom u prvih nekoliko godina svog kršćanskog života kao što je on izašao iz glazbene scene u Los Angelesu i pokazala nešto mi se da sam mislila da je zanimljiva. He noticed that the vast majority of people who come to Jesus weren’t so much led to the Lord by someone or by a church that was doing a bang up job of evangelism. He said his role was mostly to befriend folks, to share what God had done in his life then to invite them to church where they could sense the presence of God, pray a simple salvation prayer and the “Deal would be sealed” as he put it. You might call it Presence evangelism more than Informational based evangelism.

Hundreds of books have been written from the perspective that it’s the church’s responsibility to do the working of evangelism – and to a degree that’s right. It’s of course clear from Scripture that Believers play an important part in leading people to the Lord. Let’s not entirely change that equation. At the same time we need to recognize what God is doing as well – that a big percentage of people worldwide are being directly engaged by the Holy Spirit directly by various means other than linear means of evangelism.

If this is true what does it imply regarding our evangelism approaches? We need to be doing a lot of seed planting. We need to find some measure of satisfaction in the ministry of nudging many toward Christ whether they actually come to know Christ through us or not. As Paul wrote in 1 Cor. 3:6, it’s about planting, watering as well as harvesting. Before there is a harvest it’s necessary to diligently plant and water. Sometimes there is a lot of repeated planting and watering before a harvest comes about. My professor friend George Hunter agrees with me – on average in our day it takes a person about 12-20 revelatory connections for a person to be converted. In his words, “Steve, that’s a lot of toilets that need to be cleaned.”

I’m going to continue to proclaim the Gospel as clearly as possible to as many as possible. At the same time I recognize God is quietly, persistently up to something dynamic in the hearts of many we will perhaps never engage in conversation.

Motiviranje start-up Doug Mürren

Jedan od najboljih načina za izgradnju moral u ranoj rada snima prekretnice. To se može obaviti prije ili nakon. Ali svaka crkva ima prekretnice oni mogu vidjeti ispred ili su dodani njihova uspjeha. Mislim da postoji nekoliko kategorija koje bi mogle biti pogledao: Financijski, osoblja, mjestima, impact on people’s lives measured by conversions, and missional progress.

One milestone may be a major gift that started you in a new level of ministry. Or a milestone may be the first person that receives Christ. Or your first baptism. Celebrating these steps of progress builds morale. And morale is the most valued asset of any church. So build it step by step.

Parties are great to celebrate milestones through as well. Have some cake and coffee after a service celebrating a milestone. Keep a record of successful events and report and review them regularly in newsletter form.

One Tuesday afternoon I asked God for an African American keyboardist, for the owner of the lot next to us to sell even though he had obstinately refused many times and for someone to head up the construction of an addition we were planning.

I told my partner in the ministry God was going to answer that day. That afternoon a talented African American keyboardist came into our offices and said she felt she was supposed to see if we needed a keyboardist. And our neighbor called me over to talk under his large cedar tree. He said he was ready to sell. And to top the day off a builder, new to the church, who had just retired, asked if he could help on our addition project. It was a great day. I talked about those milestones for years and still do.

Stories are the backbone of every great church. Stop and make a list of milestones that you will pass by faith. Share them with your leaders and watch them grow from seeds in your heart.

Look forward as well to milestones that await you. It could be hiring your first staff person or getting your first meeting place. Or setting up your first board. Or maybe your first public meeting. Whatever it is mark it, celebrate it, record it, and communicate it.

3 Zabavne jednostavan i jeftin odmor Outreaches by Steve sjogren

1. Kruh podijela

Svatko voli kruh! Pogotovo od onih high-end kruha prodavaonicama pretežno Bread Company negdje u nazivu ... Jeste li znali da možete organizirati primanje dan-stari kruh iz krušne specijaliziranim trgovinama za BESPLATNO? Također možete provjeriti s nacionalnim trgovinama lanca trgovine koje imaju in-house pekare. Razgovor na store manager i objasniti svoj koncept outreach. Recite nekoliko priče od ljudi koji pomažu i vjerojatno će uspostaviti svoje “kruh svagdašnji” veza. To će trajati samo jedan ili dva od tih veza za početak znatan službu u zajednici.

Mnogi od tih dućana nemaju pouzdan izvor za distribuciju njihov stari kruh. Ključ je biti dosljedan i pouzdan u branje gore svoj kruh. Morat ćete imati tim i kao raspored, tako da ne razočarati menadžera kruh trgovina. Kao dobre odnose s javnošću gesta, napisati pismo zahvale na store manager za njegove tvrtke darežljivosti prema zajednici (, a ne biti iznenađeni da vidite što uokviren i objavljena na zidu trgovine).

Ministarstvo je jednostavna i ravno naprijed. Kucanje na vratima kuća i stanova. Reći, “Bok, mi smo davanje daleko svježi, besplatni kvalitetan kruh. Možete li koristiti neke, ili znate nekoga u susjedstvu tko bi mogao koristiti neke?” Daj primaoca outreach karticu, a nude se moli za njih, kao što iz ruke kruh.

Kako pronaći ljude da daju kruh?

Hladno zovete (Samo kucati na vrata) u nižim prihodima susjedstvu i apartmana kompleksa utvrde prekid s ovim projektom. Ostanite daleko od najbližih naselja za doniranje trgovine.

Što vam je potrebno

2. Big Božićni domjenak

Ljudi u potrebi uvijek ne slave Božić ispravno, jer ne postoji Krist u središtu proslave mogućnosti. Možete sponzorirati događaj koji će biti zabavno i uzrokovati svi usredotočiti na Isusa.

Elementi ove proslave su igranje igara i pjevanje pjesama. Kao što pjeva božićne pjesme, pobrinite riječi su dostupni. Također je zabavno imati neke jeftine instrumente ritam igrati zajedno s.

Netko može dijeliti ono što je Božić o u vrlo pozitivnom i optimističnom način – jednostavno objašnjavajući, “Božić je važno za mene, jer…”

Dekoracije i osvježenje i ručak može biti jednostavni ili profinjeni, ovisno o sklonosti svoje grupe.

Za oko $1 po fotografiji, možete uzeti Polaroid slike djece s Djedom Božićnjakom etnički ispravan. Osmislite jednostavnu pozadinu i dobiti izbliza s kamerom. Postavite fotografiju na crvene ili zelene gradnje papira i dodati ime djeteta i godinu sa zlatnim ili srebrnim obilježavanja olovke.

Na kraju partije, dati male darove kao ljudi polaze – Možda Biblija ili predano knjiga. Razmislite daruju dekoracije, kao i.

Kako pronaći ljude koji će uživati ​​Christmas Party?

Pozovite one koji su već povezani s ministarstvom onima u potrebi. Daj letke ili pozivnica na prethodne događaje u susjedstvu, ili jednostavno prošetati po susjedstvu i distribuirati letke.

Što vam je potrebno:

  • objekt za domaćina stranku
  • Polaroid kamera i film
  • Izgradnja radu
  • ljepila u sticku
  • zlatne i srebrne obilježavanja olovke
  • osvježenje
  • outreach kartice

3. Zimski Survival Kits

Zima može biti teško na tijelu i duši. Opstanak kit je veliko ohrabrenje svima koji dobiva jedan.

Komplet sadrži paket od lica tkiva, Balzam za usne, grlo pastile, i outreach kartice.

U akciji

Naše crkve su imali veliki uspjeh s ovim projektom, kao što smo ga usmjerene na roditelje i poslovnih profesionalaca. Idemo u parkovima da roditelji često sa svojom djecom i nogostupa u centru grada kao poslovni profesionalci učiniti svoj put van na ručak. Kad one koje susrećemo primjetiti kako je lijepo kit, oni su jako zahvalni i obično završiti uspostavljanje razgovor s nama.

Gdje Idi

  • kampusa
  • Parkovi
  • susjedstvu
  • sportski događaji
  • u centru grada
  • Putnike
  • šoping centri

Što vam je potrebno

  • zip lock plastične vrećice
  • Balzam za usne
  • grlo pastile
  • pojedinačni paketi lica tkiva
  • outreach kartice

Zašto Outreach kartice

Kada se radi projekt, važno je imati sredstva za povezivanje s onima koje služe. Outreach kartica je posao veličine kartice možete ostaviti s onima koje su djelovali tako da oni mogu dobiti natrag u vas dirati ako oni žele. Ideja je ne ostvariti prodajni posao u kojem možete promovirati svoje crkve. Radije, je jednostavan način da napuste svoje ime Crkve, adresa, broj telefona i servis puta, tako da kada buduće treba ustati, one koje ste služili će imati način Ponovno s vama. Ideja je da bude dostupan bez davanja iz osobne adrese.

Ako trebate outreach kartice za odmor projekte, preporučamo onima na našim stranicama sestre, na KindnessResources.com.

Christmas Outreach Card