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Surprise!
  • Pop Quiz!

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What Do you know about Jesus Recruitment?
Number down to 12. Answer what you can. Dont
talk out loud. You have 4 minutes.
  • 1-8. Name 8 of the 12 Apostles Christ selected
    for leadership in the Gospels.
  • 9. Who were the Sons of Thunder?
  • 10. What were Christs first recorded words as
    he began his quiet year of public ministry?
  • 11. Who were the first two disciples attracted
    to Jesus ministry?
  • 12. What character trait was Bartholomew known
    for?

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Where is this found?
14 But you must continue in the things which you
have learned and been assured of, knowing from
whom you have learned them, 15 and that from
childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures,
which are able to make you wise for salvation
through faith which is in Christ Jesus. 16 All
Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is
profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for
correction, for instruction in righteousness, 17
that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly
equipped for every good work. NKJV
2 Timothy 316,17 Let me reword it in the context
of the whole Epistle, directed at Timothys
Consulting Ministry with the church at
Ephesus Every Scripture inspired of God is
profitable for leadership insights
(doctrine), pointing out of leadership
errors (reproof), suggesting what to do
about leadership errors (correction), for
highlighting how to model a righteous life
(instruction in
righteousness) in order that Gods leader
(Timothy) may be well equipped to lead Gods
people (the special good work given in the book
Timothy to the young leader Timothy). (Clinton
paraphrase--slanted toward Timothys leadership
situation) 2 Timothy 316,17
Repeat above Use John
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Emphatic capture of 2 Ti 314-17
14 But you must continue in the things which you
have learned and been assured of, knowing from
whom you have learned them, 15 and that from
childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures,
which are able to make you wise for salvation
through faith which is in Christ Jesus. 16 All
Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is
profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for
correction, for instruction in righteousness, 17
that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly
equipped for every good work. NKJV
I like Eugene Pertersons version of this in the
Message 14-17 But don't let it faze you. Stick
with what you learned and believed, sure of the
integrity of your teacherswhy, you took in the
sacred Scriptures with your mother's milk!
There's nothing like the written Word of God for
showing you the way to salvation through faith in
Christ Jesus. Every part of Scripture is
God-breathed and useful one way or
anothershowing us truth, exposing our
rebellion, correcting our mistakes, training us
to live God's way. Through the Word we are put
together and shaped up for the tasks God has for
us. The Message
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Who Recruited you?
Who?

You
Turn to your neighbor and talk about who were the
people (orperson) who helped you move along into
ministry.
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Where We are Going in this Session!
This morning we are going to be dealing with a
major leadership lesson seen in Johns Gospel.
Turn to page 236,237 for leadership lesson 6 (or
read the following). It deals with recruitment.
Read this section.
Excerpt from John Commentary6. LEADERSHIP
SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT Chapter 1 in Jn
points out the deliberate proactive stance Jesus
took regarding leadership selection. Effective
leaders view leadership selection and development
as a priority function. Jesus is going to start
a movement which will eventuate in an
institution that will spread around the world.
Leadership selection is important. Note he
recruited from the fringes, in terms of leaders
who could be shaped, and not from the current
religious leadership which had very fixed
paradigms. Jesus deliberately recruited using
various techniques adapted to recruiting each
individual uniquely. John chapter 1 is a fertile
field for studying recruiting techniques from
Jesus ministry. John also shows how Jesus
developed his most intimate followers with a
personal ministry to them. Note also the concept
of intimacy levels in his mentoring
relationships. There was John. There was Peter.
There were the three, Peter, James, and John.
There was Mary, Martha, and Lazarus. There were
the disciples. And then there were the 120
mentioned in the upper room. Then there were the
500. Then the masses. Jesus used circles of
intimacy in his selection and development of
leaders. See also Matthews Gospel for a
comprehensive recording of Jesus selection and
development of leaders. See leadership
selection, leadership development, Glossary. See
Article, JesusRecruiting Techniques, John 1.
See also fn 26, 27, 29, 30, 32, 35, 36, 40, 41,
42, 43.
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Where We are Going in this Session!
Leadership Principles/ Values Suggested by this
concept a. Effective leaders view leadership
selection and development as a priority function
in their ministry. b. Leaders must deliberately
be proactive in selecting emerging leaders. c. A
leader should expect God to bring across his/her
path potential leaders to recruit. d. Leaders
must recruit emerging leaders in the most
appropriate ways which will reach them and enlist
them in willful pursuit of Gods purposes
for their lives. Be sensitive to the
distinctiveness of different people and to the
notion that different people will require
different means to be selected and recruited.
Astute leaders recruit different people to
their organizations by using distinctly different
methods to motivate them based on who they are,
what they want out of life, and what they
value. Let me say it again, you must recruit
people to your cause with different tactics.
You must assess them and use what fits them to
attract their attention and to challenge them
onward. e. Leaders should challenge people to a
bigger more satisfying existence and life purpose
than they now have. This is a major bait
toward recruitment of leaders. f. Leaders should
look for networks along which to recruit. Recruit
along networks of interested people. Each helps
you recruit the next in the network. Jesus
was linked to a network and sponsored by a
credible person. Look for sponsors into
networks of people. These networks will have
potential emerging leaders to be recruited. g.
Leadership selection is the key to an on-going
effective organizational ministry. It is easier
to select leaders than it is to train
non-leaders to be leaders.
What is most striking to you from the excerpt
from Johns Gospel, Leadership Topic 6
(description and principles)?
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John 135-51 Recruitment Focus (verses 35-42)
35 The following day John was there again with
two of his disciples. 36 As Jesus walked by, he
said, "Look, here is the Lamb of God!" 37 The
two disciples heard him say this and they
followed Jesus. 38 Then Jesus turned, and seeing
them following, said to them, "What are you
looking for? They said to Him, "Rabbi" (the
Jewish word for Teacher), "where are you
staying?" 39 "Come and see," he told them. So
they went to where he was staying and spent the
rest of the day with him. This was about 4
oclock in the afternoon when they went. 40
One of the two who heard John and visited Jesus
was Andrew, Simon Peter's brother. 41 He was the
first to find his own brother, Simon, and said
to him, "We have found the Messiah" (which means
the Christ). 42 And he brought him to Jesus.
Looking at him intently, Jesus said, "You are
Simon the son of John. You will be called
Cephas" (this is the same as Peter and means a
rock).
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John 135-51 Recruitment Focus (vs43-46)
43 The next day Jesus wanted to go to
Galilee. He found Philip and said to him, "Come
be my disciple." 44 Now Philip was from
Bethsaida, the town where Andrew and Peter
lived. 45 Philip found Nathanael and said to
him, "We have found the very one that Moses and
the prophets wrote about. He is Jesus of
Nazareth, the son of Joseph." 46 And Nathanael
said to him, "Can anything good come from
Nazareth?" Philip said to him, "Check it out,
youll see."
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John 135-51 Recruitment Focus (verses 47-51)
47 Jesus saw Nathanael coming toward him. He
said, "Here is a true Israelite a really
honest person!" 48 Nathanael asked him, "How do
You know about me?" Jesus answered, "I saw you
under the fig tree, before Philip found you."
49 Nathanael answered, "Teacher, you are the Son
of God! You are the King of Israel!" 50 Jesus
said, Do you believe this just because I said I
saw you under the fig tree?' You will see
greater things than these." 51 And He said to
him, "I tell you the truth when I say that you
will see heaven open and Gods angels going up
and down on the Son of Man.
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JesusT-LJohn.pdf
Introduce Gerlach and Hines MovementTheory--ArtMo
vementGH.pdf
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Leadership Lessons in Focus
Major Lesson From Comparative Study of Leaders
1. EFFECTIVE LEADERS VIEW PRESENT MINISTRY IN
TERMS OF A LIFE TIME PERSPECTIVE.
2. EFFECTIVE LEADERS MAINTAIN A LEARNING POSTURE
THROUGHOUT LIFE. 3. EFFECTIVE LEADERS VALUE
SPIRITUAL AUTHORITY AS A PRIMARY POWER
BASE. 4. EFFECTIVE LEADERS WHO ARE
PRODUCTIVE OVER A LIFETIME HAVE A
DYNAMIC MINISTRY PHILOSOPHY WHICH IS MADE UP OF
AN UNCHANGING CORE AND A CHANGING
PERIPHERY WHICH EXPANDS DUE TO A GROWING
DISCOVERY OF GIFTEDNESS, CHANGING LEADERSHIP
SITUATIONS, AND GREATER UNDERSTANDING
OF THE SCRIPTURES. v 5. EFFECTIVE LEADERS VIEW
LEADERSHIP SELECTION AND DEVELOPMENT AS
A PRIORITY FUNCTION IN THEIR MINISTRY. v 6.
EFFECTIVE LEADERS SEE RELATIONAL EMPOWERMENT AS
BOTH A MEANS AND A GOAL OF MINISTRY.
(note idea of personal ministry) 7.
EFFECTIVE LEADERS EVINCE A GROWING AWARENESS OF
THEIR SENSE OF DESTINY.
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3 Recruitment Principles
John helps us understand inspirational leadership
(especially motivational leadership)
especiallyin early recruitment--as seen in John
135-51.)
1. Different Tactics
You must recruit people to your cause with
different tactics. You must assess them and use
what fits them to attract their attention and to
challenge them onward. Astute leaders recruit
different people to the organization by using
distinctly different methods to motivate them
based on who they are, what they want out of
life, and what they value.
2. Networks
Recruit along networks of interested people.
Each new recruit helps you recruit the next in
the network.
3. Selection
Leadership selection is the key to an on-going
effective organizational ministry. It is easier
to select leaders than it is to train non-leaders
to be leaders. And in Jesus case we are talking
about a movement. To sustain it beyond Jesus
leadership selection, that is, recruitment was
absolutely necessary.
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3 Days in John 1 (using Morgan Wilmington)
  • Day 1 (vs 19) Bottom Line John not the
    Messiah
  • Day 2 (vs 29) Bottom Line John
    identifiesJesus as the Son of God The Sin
    bearer and the Spirit- Baptizer
  • Day 3 (vs 35) Bottom Line John points out
    Jesus as the one talked about on Day 1 and Day
    2--to two of his disciples (Andrew and one
    other) (Andrew and Peter invited for a chat)

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The Men Being Recruited--The Core
  • Andrew and another (I assume John the writer
    of this Gospel) (vs 40)
  • Peter (vs 41) (Andrew finds Peter John finds
    James)
  • Philip (vs 35)
  • Nathanael (vs 45)

From the standpoint of earthly position, not a
single man of these was of any great note. I do
not know much about Nathanael as to what his
position in the world was. Yet what variety in
this small company of disciples. Note he
recruited from the fringes, in terms of leaders
who could be shaped, and not from the current
religious leadership which had very fixed
paradigms.
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The Men Being Recruited-- Andrew
  • Andrew--His name occurs 14 times in
    Scripture--Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and Acts.
    His father was Jonah (John 142). Time-wise this
    passage in John is his first mention in
    Scripture. He is finally mentioned an Acts 113.
    He was a fisherman before becoming an apostle
    (Mark 116). Place of birth probably Bethsaida
    in Galilee (John 144). Place of death
    Tradition says he was martyred in Greece.
    Circumstances of death Tradition says he was
    crucified on an X-shaped cross. All we know
    about Andrew is that upon three occasions he was
    found introducing someone to Jesus. His own
    brother first and then a little later on, a lad
    who has some supplies, when all the apostles were
    devoid of them. And then the occasion when after
    consultation with Philip, he came to Jesus with
    the Greeks. That is how we see Andrew. If I had
    to paint his portrait, I would paint the portrait
    of a rugged and strong soul. He is the patron
    saint of Scotland! I would paint him so not
    dour (harsh, austere, stern) for he was not
    that, but rugged and strong the sort of man who
    cared for his brother, and brought him to Jesus.
    It is good to remember that his brother was the
    man who, on the Day of Pentecost, Andrew heard
    preach, and led three thousand to the Lord. How
    many brothers there have been of that sort.

Andrew was cautious. That is seen in this
story. When Jesus said, What are you wanting
out of life? Andrew said in effect, Where do
you live? Buying some time. He was a man who
could not talk easily out there on the highway.
He had to have a time of quietness. He needs to
think it over a bit before talking. Andrew is a
linker. All leaders can use a linker around
them--those who can connect the leader to
others. (using Wilmington and Morgan)
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The Men Being Recruited-- John
  • John--John--He was the author of 5 of the 27
    New Testament books. He was the son of Zebedee
    (Matthew 421). His mother was Salome (Mark
    1540). His brother was James (Matthew 421).
    He and his brother were nicknamed Sons of
    Boanerges, meaning sons of Thunder. Referred to
    42 times as John, 33 times as that disciple
    that Jesus loved--6 (John 1323, 1926, 202,
    217, 20, 24) as Boanerges, one time, son of
    rage, thunder (Mark 317). He is mentioned in
    Matthew, Mark, Luke, Acts, Galatians, Revelation.
    He was a fisherman who became one of Christs
    three key apostles. he was probably born in
    Bethsaida in Galilee. Tradition suggests that he
    died in Ephesus. He was the most intimate of
    Jesus apostles He is seen as one of the three,
    one of two and alone or close to Christ. When
    in the three, he saw the raising from the dead of
    Jairuss daughter (Mark 537), the
    transfiguration of Christ (Matthew 171), the
    special sufferings of Christ in Gethsemane
    (Matthew 2636-46). Was asked on three specific
    occasions to pray for him. On each occasion they
    fell asleep. When with the two (Peter and John)
    Sent on special mission just prior to his
    triumphal entry (Luke 1928-35). Later sent to
    prepare for the final passover (Luke 228-13) .
    They both followed Christ afar off after his
    arrest in Gethsemane. They both examined the
    empty tomb of Christ. On three occasions we
    see his carnal nature, his human desires
    Forbade casting out of devils in Jesus name by
    others (Mark 938-41). The request of the two
    James and John for a special place (Mark
    1035-37). Jesus responds to them. He asked
    when Jerusalem was to be destroyed in response to
    Jesus prophecy. He questioned who would betray.
    He had courage. He alone of the 12 apostles was
    present at the crucifixion of Christ (John
    1926,27). Jesus commended his mother into
    Johns care. He matured into one of the three
    great church leaders--the Apostle of Consolation.
    John, the dreamer, the mystic, the seer. My
    right brained friend.

John, a right brained author all five of
his Biblical books are right brained.
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The Men Being Recruited-- Simon Peter
  • Simon Peter-- Simon--His father was Jonah
    (John 142). His spouse is mentioned (Matthew
    814) but unnamed. His brother was Andrew (John
    140). First mention other than in John is
    Matthew 418. Final mention 2 Peter 11.
    Referred to 183 times. Mentioned in nine books
    (Matthew, Mark, Luke, john, Acts, 1 Corinthians,
    Galatians, 1 Peter, 2 Peter) Occupation A
    fisherman. Place of birth was probably Bethsaida
    in Galilee (John 144). Tradition says he died
    in Rome. Crucified upside down. He was a great
    elemental soul, with all the essentials of
    humanity strong in his personality and yet just
    as weak as a man can be, until the day when he
    was apprehended by Jesus Christ, and the process
    began that turned him from shaly stuff into rock
    character. He led the way in pronouncing who
    Christ was, one of the turning points in Christs
    ministry. The confession at Caesera.

I have done an entire series of spiritual
formations on Peter.
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The Men Being Recruited-- Philip
  • Phillip--John 143 first mention. Philip
    connected Nathanael to Jesus. Apart from John
    143 first mention is Matthew 103. final mention
    Acts 113. Referred to 16 times. Five books
    Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts. Philip, John
    65-7, not enough money. John 148,9 show us the
    Father. John 1220-22 Philip brings the Greeks.
    Probably born in Galilean city of Bethsaida (John
    144). Place of death Tradition says he died at
    Hierapolis, a city near Colosse and Laodicia.
    Certainly a shy and unimpressive man, so shy and
    unimpressive that Matthew, Mark, and Luke tell us
    nothing about him, except that Jesus enrolled him
    as an apostle and If I may dare to say so
    without irreverence, I think they sometimes
    wondered why the Lord took the man into the
    apostolate. But John, this man of the seeing
    eyes, tells us much about Philip. He was the man
    who at the end, when all the shadows were
    gathering around that little group of frightened
    souls, blurted out the whole of human agony in
    one great cry, Show us the Father, and it
    sufficeth us. Those shy men are often the
    biggest men we have to deal with.

I have not done any work on Philip.
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The Men Being Recruited-- Nathanael
  • Nathanael (Bartholomew) Nathanael. Apart
    from this passage in John, Nathanael is first
    mentioned in Matthew 103, finally mentioned in
    Acts 113. Referred to 10 times. Probably born
    in Bethsaida. Highlighted by Jesus for a
    character trait--guileless (honest, naive,
    ingenuous, open, sincere, truthful, candid,
    frank). I do not need to describe Nathanael.
    Our Lord did it. Behold, an Israelite indeed,
    in whom is no Jacob. That is exactly the
    significance of no guile. Certainly Jacob was
    in the mind of our Lord, because He made another
    reference to him presently, about a ladder set up
    on earth, and reaching to the heavens.

I have not done any work on Nathanael. Thus we
see them, the first men, the pioneers, striking
the trail in the wake of the footsteps of Jesus.
The coreof the movement.
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The Five--Major Characteristics
  • ANDREW, the cautious.
  • JOHN, the poet.
  • SIMON, the elemental.
  • PHILIP, the shy.
  • NATHANAEL, the guileless.

With what apparent lack of organization the work
began. He just moved on, and they came, one by
one. Now let us watch him as He handles them.
Note how he recruits both those who are
attracted to him and those who are networked
together. From same locale.
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Jesus, First Words in Public Ministry
  • What are you seeking? Not who? That was
    evident!
  • In effect he was asking these questions,
  • Why are you seeking Me?
  • What is the meaning of this break with John, and
    this coming after Me?
  • What do you want?

What is the central inspiration, the urge
beneath all your lifes activities?
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Jesus, Second Words in Public Ministry
  • In response to where are you staying?
  • Come and see. (an invitation for a personal
    chat)(Revised version, Come, and you will see.)
    (10th hour about 4 oclock in the afternoon)

Jesus using personal ministry.
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The Five Recruited
  • Person Motivating Challenge
  • John Andrew A Philosophical one
  • Simon Peter Prophetic Word of
    Knowledge--Promise of Foundational Character
    Change
  • Philip A Personal Invitation
  • Nathanael A Progressive Word of Knowledge of
    a past
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Jesus using personal ministry.
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The First Motivational Principle--Recruitment
  • YOU MUST RECRUIT PEOPLE TO YOUR CAUSE WITH
    DIFFERENT TACTICS.

-YOU MUST ASSESS THEM AND USE WHAT FITS THEM TO
ATTRACT THEIR ATTENTION AND TO CHALLENGE THEM
ONWARD. -YOU MUST BE ABLE TO MOVE WITH POWER AS
YOU CHALLENGE PEOPLE.
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Table-Summary of Recruitment
RecruitmentTableJohn1.pdf
John and
Andrew--personal/ relational/ individual extended
time in an informal setting. They talked
of the deep things of life. What is the
central inspiration, urge, beneath all of your
lifes activities. Simon--Supernatural prophesy
utilizing Goodwins Expectation
Principle--Potential leaders tend to live up to
the genuine expectations of leaders they admire.
Seeing beyond where someone is to what they can
become is a powerful motivational technique.
Seeing the best in someone and believing that
they will fulfill the potential that is in them
is a major step toward their doing
it. Philip--took personal time to seek him out
and ask him to become a part--when no one else
had done so. Nathaniel--a power
breakthrough--word of knowledge accurately
describing a recent past situation and his
character, even though he had never met him
before. Word of prophesy challenging to the
future and great possibilities.
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6 Basic Lessons from the Passage
  • 1. SPONSORED
  • 2. DELIBERATE
  • 3. EXPECTATION
  • 4. POWER GIFTING
  • 5. SENSITIVITY
  • 6. CHALLENGE

Jesus was linked to a network and sponsored by a
credible person. Look for sponsors into networks
of people.
Leaders must deliberately be proactive in
selecting emerging leaders.
Expect God to bring across your path potential
leaders to recruit.
Use wisdom, discerning of spirits, and power
gifting to get insights into keys that will
recruit people.
Be sensitive to the distinctiveness of different
people and to the notion that different people
will require different means to be selected and
recruited.
Challenge people to a bigger more satisfying
existence than they now have.
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Remember, Our Two Major Leadership Lessons
v 5. EFFECTIVE LEADERS VIEW LEADERSHIP SELECTION
AND DEVELOPMENT AS A PRIORITY FUNCTION IN
THEIR MINISTRY. v 6. EFFECTIVE
LEADERS SEE RELATIONAL EMPOWERMENT AS
BOTH A MEANS AND A GOAL OF MINISTRY. (use
personal ministry)
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RecruitmentApplication.pdf
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What Are You Hearing?
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What Do you know about Jesus Recruitment?Pop
Quiz--Answers
Number down to 12. Answer what you can. Dont
talk out loud. You have 4 minutes.
  • 1-8. Name 8 of the 12 Apostles Christ selected
    for leadership in the Gospels. Answers Simon
    Peter Andrew James John Nathanael
    (Bartholomew) Thomas Judas (Iscariot) Philip
    Matthew James (the son of Alphaeus) Judas (son
    of James, also called Lebbaeus,) Simon (the
    Zealot).
  • 9. Who were the Sons of Thunder? James and John,
    son of Zebedee
  • 10. What were Christs first recorded words as
    he began his quiet year of public ministry? What
    seek ye? Or captured What are you looking for
    in life?
  • 11. Who were the first two disciples attracted
    to Jesus ministry?Andrew, Simon Peter
  • 12. What character trait was Bartholomew known
    for? No guile--no deception, a person of integrity

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  • End slides

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Immediate Follow-Up
  • Read Article on Jesus and Recruitment
  • ArtJesus-RecruitingTechniques.pdf
  • Read Article on Leadership Selection
  • ArtLeadershipSelection.pdf
  • Read Article on Movement Theory
  • ArtMovementGH.pdf
  • Read Article on Ministry Entry
  • MinistryEntryPatterns.pdf

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Bible Centered Leader--Simple
Definition
  • A Bible Centered leader refers to a leader whose
    leadership is significantly informed from the
    Bible and who uses the Bible in ministry to
    impact followers.

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Arent You Glad He Wrote Them Down
  • These are the memoirs of Nehemiah the son of
    Hacaliah.

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SUMMARY
  • SEE THE BIBLE IN TERMS OF THE 6 LEADERSHIP ERAS.
  • 2. LEARN HOW TO GET INFORMATION FROM THE 7
    LEADERSHIP GENRE.
  • 3. BE CONSCIOUS OF MACRO LESSONS AND OTHER
    LEADERSHIP FINDINGS.
  • 4. BEGIN WITH THE END IN MINDKNOW WHAT A BIBLE
    CENTERED LEADER IS--and what you need to do to
    become one.

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One Question for You?
Will you be an on-going learner following up on
ML534 all your life?
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Which is your Favorite Version? 1st 8
  • 1. Luke 951 As the time approached for him to
    be taken up to heaven, Jesus resolutely set out
    for Jerusalem NIV
  • 2. Luke 951 And it came to pass, when the time
    was come that he should be received up, he
    stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem KJV
  • 3. Luke 951 Now when the time was almost come
    for Jesus to be received up, He steadfastly and
    determinedly set His face to go to Jerusalem
    Amplified
  • 4. Luke 951 As the time drew near for His return
    to heaven, He moved steadily onward towards
    Jerusalem with an iron will Living New
    Testament
  • 5. Luke 951 When the days drew near for him to
    be received up, he set his face to go to
    Jerusalem Revised Standard
  • 6. Luke 951 As the time approached when he was
    to be taken up to heaven, he set his face
    resolutely towards Jerusalem New English Bible
  • 7. Luke 951 Now, it came to pass when the days
    were being fulfilled with reference to his being
    taken up, that He himself set His face
    steadfastly to be proceeding to Jerusalem
    Wuest
  • 8. Luke 951 And it came to pass, when the days
    were well-nigh come that he should be received
    up, he stedfastly set his face to go to
    Jerusalem American Standard Version, 1901

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Where I am Going Today
  • I want to present one approach to communication
    event design
  • The Slot/Filler Matrix
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