5 Prepreke za evangelizaciju po Doug Mürren

Sve što ima veze s komunikacijom radi u nekim preponama. Donosi poruku nade, čak mogu imati prepreke da se mora suočiti. Kad netko pokušava porinuti u Isusovim rukama postoji pet prepreke evangelizaciji trebali biti svjesni.

Jedan: Koje opcije će Odustajem?

Ljudi su pametni da znaju u stvarnosti ništa nije besplatno. I sljedeće Krist ima neke rekvizite i mi to svi znamo. Dar vjere putem prevenient milosti je jedan. Spremnost da se pokaju je još. I početak iskustva ukupnog predaji je još. Okretanje spas u molitvi brzo jednostavno nije iskrena.

Morate biti iskren i učiniti svoj dio poruke jasan pokazatelj što opcija da se odrekne kad primi Krista. A što nove mogućnosti da steknete.

Ako možete dobiti svoje prijatelje izvan ovoga obzir da su nestali uz put prema radiš neke stvarne pomicanjem.

Dva: Jesam li pogriješio?

Vjerovali ili ne jedan od glavnih strahova ljudi je da oni mogu pogriješiti. Ljudi imaju averziju prema biti u krivu. Ljudi moraju biti uvjereni da su stvaranje vjerodostojne korak ili će se oduprijeti svoju poruku.

Znate li dovoljno da osujeti taj veliki strah neprijatelj koristi? Budimo iskreni osobni doživljaj vlastite može biti vrlo autoritativno i pravi. Budite spremni pomoći prijatelju znali da oni nisu pogriješi. Pokazuju da je veća pogreška je da se ne primiti poruku.

Tri: Peer Pressure

Sljedeće pitanje što trebate raditi kroz je, Što će to koštati mi relacijski?

Ovo je jedan veliki. U našoj zajednici imamo snažnu prisutnost Mormon. A imamo mnogo obraćenika iz Mormona u našoj crkvi. Njihov korak prema Evanđelju bio jedan skupi za većinu.

Ljudi ne odluče za promjenu ili ne promijeniti djelomično temelji na tome kako će njihovi prijatelji misle o tome postoji izbor. To pomaže da se riješi taj prepona kada se pomicanjem. Kako idete o tome će ovisiti o osobi i njihove okolnosti. Sviđa mi se s referentnim ovo pitanje kad sam govorio javno o potrebi za Krista u prijateljev života.

Četiri: Hoću li se budalom?

Mislim da taj strah je dominirati u životima ljudi. Nitko ne želi izgledati kao orah slučaju. Bitno je da smo podupirem mudrost odluke za Krista. Sviđa mi se skupimo velike vođe koji su bili kršćani kad sam predstaviti Evanđelje prijatelju.

Volim podržava dogovor s ludošću ne odluči za Krista kada imam nečiju uho. Crkve trebaju imati okruženje koje ima smisla zbog toga. Ljudi su već bojati potrazi glupo i ako mi to potvrditi na njih gubimo.

Pet: Je li će me stajati previše?

Svatko ima prag kako bi što život valute on ili ona je spreman potrošiti. Sviđa mi se da su ljudi svjesni činjenice da Bog ne košta štetni kada je dao svoga jedinog Sina za nas.

Mi ne bi trebali pokušati učiniti previše lako za ljude ili ćemo imati neispravan pretvorbi. Brzo jednostavno oprezni molitva jednostavno ne prima Krista. Moram pauzirati i potpuno predavanje Njemu i Njegova vizija za mene nije moja. Košta sve bude istinski sljedbenik Krista i mi trebali pozabaviti.

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!

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.