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Title: C21 Network Facilitator Training


1
C21 Network Facilitator Training
  • A Church Planting Canada
  • Endorsed Workshop

2
Introductory Session
A
3
Welcome!
  • Introductory Session

4
Welcome!
  • Let's get acquainted.
  • Please give us in 60 seconds or less
  • your name
  • your denominational affiliation
  • your ministry role
  • your expectations at this event

5
The Vision
  • Introductory Session

6
The Vision
  • Reclaiming the Great Commission
  • by Bishop Claude E Payne
  • Over the past decades ... the Church has lost its
    emphasis on mission, concentrating on its
    members.
  • Evangelism is not a program of the Church
    rather, it is the essential work of the Church. 
    It is not an option for Christians, but an
    obligation, a fundamental commission of their
    Christ.

7
The Vision
  • Reclaiming the Great Commission
  • by Bishop Claude E Payne
  • The New Testament was a result of evangelism.
    Therefore, the Church grew out of the effort to
    carry the message of Jesus Christ.  It is a
    critical mistake to reverse the order and think
    that evangelism is a child of the Church.  The
    Church is the child of evangelism.

8
The Vision
  • Where there is no vision, the people perish.
  • Proverbs 2918 KJV

You know better than to put new wine into old
wineskins. They would burst! The wine would be
spilled out and the wineskins ruined. New wine
needs fresh wineskins. Mark 222 TLB
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The System
  • The Vision
  • Model T Ford

10
The System
  • The System
  • The Assembly Line

11
The Purpose
  • Introductory Session

12
The Purpose
  • C21 Delivery System To help introduce and
    establish an integrative, congruent, flexible
    delivery system known as C21 that cultivates the
    vision of missional denominations.

2 The Network To define, train and resource C21
leadership in the implementation of the C21's
primary vehicle, the Network.
13
Overview
  • Introductory Session

14
Overview
  • C21 Network Facilitator Training
  • A Introductory Session
  • B The Network
  • C C21 Church Development System
  • D The New Paradigm
  • E Facilitator Training
  • F Conclusion

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The Network
B
16
The Big Idea
  • The Network

17
The Big Idea
  • Definition of a Network
  • Individuals gathering on a regular basis to
    accomplish a clear end with qualitatively and
    quantitatively far greater results then they
    could achieve on their own.

18
The Big Idea
  • Why Have a Network?
  • people working together to achieve a common goal
    will have a greater result than a person working
    independently
  • people work best to achieve a common goal if they
    have a systematic approach

19
The Big Idea
  • Let's play Survivor!

20
The Atmosphere
  • The Network

21
The Atmosphere
Skills
Coaching
Prayer
Relationships
22
The Key Components
  • The Network

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The Key Components
  • The life cycle of any network includes
  • Health
  • Using some form of church health evaluation (eg
    NCD, SonLife, Vision Renewal), participants will
    take some time to personally address the various
    health challenges of the congregations
    represented.

24
The Key Components
  • The life cycle of any network includes
  • Leadership
  • Highlighting and discussing key ministry
    leadership qualities essential to personal and
    corporate church health and growth is a key
    component.

25
The Key Components
  • The life cycle of any network includes
  • Plan
  • At each network meeting participants will further
    develop their strategic plan by making calculated
    refinements relative to applying and implementing
    that unit's main idea.

26
The Key Components
  • The life cycle of any network includes
  • End
  • Every network is Ends driven the ends vary
    depending on the network. For example, an PCN's
    end is to enable the network's participants to
    daughter a healthy church. The SPN's end is to
    enable its participants to become a healthy,
    multiplicative church.

27
The Key Activities
  • The Network

28
The Key Activities
  • Overview

Celebrating
Listening
Denominational Update
Network Activities
Committing
Caring
Training
Strategizing
Discipling
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The Key Activities
  • Celebrate Wins
  • Celebration sets the mood for the entire network
    meeting. Starting on a positive note lifts the
    heaviness of seasons where network attendees have
    not made significant progress. Network
    Facilitators should encourage their participants
    and discourage negativity. However
    insignificant, celebrate the positive.

30
The Key Activities
  • Listen Actively
  • It is very important for the network meeting to
    begin with this emotional check-in. The group
    should share what's going on in life and in their
    ministry plans. It is important to check in
    personally with each network participant.

31
The Key Activities
  • Care Personally
  • Prayer for each member is very important. Should
    the group be too large, it would be helpful to
    break up into smaller groups to accommodate these
    check-in activities.

32
The Key Activities
  • Strategise
  • This component allows the attendee to report on
    the commitments she/he made from the last network
    meeting. There are tremendous benefits to this
    check-in time.

33
The Key Activities
  • Benefits of Strategising
  • as each attendee reports, the others are actively
    listening and commenting, facilitating peer
    coaching
  • this reporting generates goodwill amongst members
    so that success is shared

34
The Key Activities
  • Benefits of Strategising
  • positive peer pressure reinforces itself around
    reporting results of steps taken between meetings
  • the agenda for next meetings can be determined by
    what best next steps need to be taken

35
The Key Activities
  • Benefits of Strategising
  • reporting ensures that all get a chance to
    participate in the network
  • active participants will pull those who are
    falling behind
  • check-in on the minimal factor will encourage
    church planting to happen as a result of health

36
The Key Activities
  • Training
  • The training portion of the network meeting
    focuses attention on the 'end' of the network.
    Materials, which the denomination should provide
    or at least resource, can come from a number of
    sources. There are currently materials for the
    SPN, MCN and SGCN, as well as other training
    resources for Natural Church Development.

37
The Key Activities
  • Discipling
  • This component focuses on the personal character
    development of the attendee. Throughout all the
    networks, the intent is to develop godly
    character. At least one or two components of the
    training session should include a character
    development exercise.

38
The Key Activities
  • Committing
  • is central to network effectiveness
  • moves the attendee towards the objective by self
    obligation
  • provides a measure of progress
  • ensures that the objective of the network is
    being approached

39
The Key Activities
  • Committing
  • ensures that the C21 system actually produces
    something
  • cultivates strategic alliances and
    interdependence amongst attendees
  • moves individuals in the network towards
    collective action and reward

40
The Key Activities
  • Committing
  • weeds out non-producers and provides evidence
    they may not be in the proper ministry
    environment doing the appropriate ministry task
  • isolates those non-producers and rewards those
    who do produce

41
The Key Activities
  • Committing
  • measures the effectiveness of initiatives taken
    so each network member can and will benefit from
    the efforts of others
  • provides a means to shift paradigms and creates
    models for churches (from those which achieve
    greater returns)

42
The Key Activities
  • Committing
  • helps contextualise the application of methods
    particularly for those churches which have
    affinity points

43
The Key Activities
  • Denominational Update
  • This component provides an opportunity to link
    denominational overseers with the local church
    through the various networks. This is where the
    denominational office can ensure any news can be
    promoted.

44
C21 Church Development System
C
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The Big Idea
  • C21 Church Development System

46
The Big Idea
  • C21 Definition
  • A delivery system designed to facilitate a
    variety of church health systems, programs and
    ministry philosophies and methodologies towards
    church and denominational health and
    multiplication.

47
The Big Idea
  • The River
  • Like the banks of a river which channel the flow
    of the water, so a good church development and
    multiplication system channels the church's
    energy into productive results.

48
The Big Idea
  • C21 Attributes
  • vision centric
  • comprehensive
  • integrative
  • congruent
  • flexible
  • reproducible

49
C21 Illustrated
  • C21 Church Development System

50
C21 Illustrated
  • The Components

Networks The heart of C21 where participants
come together in regular meetings to accomplish a
specific end. Gateways Network groups,
denominations, local churches and individuals use
measurement tools of their choice for assessing.
N
G
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C21 Illustrated
Planters Path
RN
Churchs Path
RN - Recruitment Network
52
C21 Illustrated
  • Recruitment Network
  • An intentional process for recruiting a pool of
    pastoral candidates for church pastoral
    leadership, focusing particularly on those with
    vision and with church development interest and
    proficiency.

53
C21 Illustrated
PEG
Planters Path
RN
Churchs Path
PEG - Pastor/Planter Evaluation Gateway
54
C21 Illustrated
  • Pastor/Planter Evaluation Gateway
  • An excellent process for assessing the church
    development or church planting aptitude of
    potential pastors/planters.

55
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
Planters Path
RN
Churchs Path
PDN - Pastor/Planter Development Network
56
C21 Illustrated
  • Pastor/Planter Development Network
  • Designed to raise up and prepare church
    pastors/planters through intensive pastoral
    training. Here lay leaders learn the ropes of
    becoming church growth leaders by internship,
    mentoring and biblical study.

57
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
Planters Path
RN
SPN
Churchs Path
SPN - Strategic Planning Network
58
C21 Illustrated
  • Strategic Planning Network
  • The strategic planning network focuses on
    developing and implementing a strategic plan that
    leads to health, growth and multiplication.

59
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
Planters Path
CEG
RN
SPN
Churchs Path
CEG - Church Evaluation Gateway
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C21 Illustrated
  • Church Evaluation Gateway
  • A CEG provides valuable information for
    undertaking effective strategic planning
    processes towards achieving optimum church
    health. Accurately gauging the present health of
    any given church influences the overall strategic
    planning process necessary to achieve healthy
    reproduction. It also helps identify churches
    already sufficiently strong and healthy to
    'birth' another congregation. Healthy churches
    produce healthy offspring (ie new church
    plants).

61
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
PCN
Planters Path
CEG
RN
SPN
Churchs Path
PCN - Parent Church Network
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C21 Illustrated
  • Parent Church Network
  • Motivates and guides the pastor and key lay
    leadership of healthy congregations through a
    step-by-step process of cultivating a positive
    church planting mindset and ultimately a
    commitment to the launching of a new congregation
    within two to three years.

63
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
PCN
Planters Path
CEG
RN
CPS
SPN
Churchs Path
CPS - Church Planting Summit
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C21 Illustrated
  • Church Planting Summit
  • This summit helps orient church planters and key
    team members through a coach driven strategic
    process of designing their church plant.

65
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
PCN
Planters Path
CEG
RN
CPS
SPN
Churchs Path
CSN
CSN - Church Startup Network
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C21 Illustrated
  • Church Startup Network
  • A supportive environment for skills training and
    coaching relationships. Planters and their team
    meet throughout their formative years of
    existence as a church plant to work through
    issues unique to those stages of development.

67
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
PCN
Planters Path
CEG
RN
CPS
SPN
Churchs Path
CSN
MCN
MCN - Maturing Church Network
68
C21 Illustrated
  • Maturing Church Network
  • The MCN helps guide planters and their teams to
    break through formidable growth barriers.

69
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
PCN
Planters Path
CEG
RN
CPS
SPN
Churchs Path
SGCN
CSN
MCN
SGCN Small Group Church Network
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C21 Illustrated
  • Small Group Church Network
  • This network creates mission centred small groups
    that will provide the 'embryo' for the beginnings
    of another church.

71
C21 Illustrated
PDN
PEG
PCN
Planters Path
CEG
RN
CPS
SPN
Churchs Path
SGCN
CSN
MCN
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C21 Illustrated
  • Coaching
  • Key to the C21 system's success is coaching. A
    coach provides an objective, personalised
    perspective for the church leader to help them
    throughout the entire church development and
    multiplication process.

73
C21 Illustrated
10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Coaching lowers the bar of competency required to
bring about growth!
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Core Values for C21
  • C21 Church Development System

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Core Values for C21
  • Churches Plant Churches

This represents a major shift of responsibility
for church planting from the denominational
office to the local church. Churches reproduce
themselves, and the denomination provides the
environment and resources for church planting
success.
1
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Core Values for C21
  • Production Capacity Is Built

This requires that leadership put time, energy
and money into developing systems to create the
environment for church planting. Denominational
leadership will need to shift resources from the
front lines of planting one church at a time, to
investing in systems that will multiply churches.
2
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Core Values for C21
  • Leadership Is Paramount

The church rises and falls on leadership.
Denominational overseers must step forward
proactively declaring the mission, vision and
priority of church health and multiplication.
3
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Core Values for C21
  • Mission Is Central

Just as every wheel has a hub, the denomination
must have a clearly stated and understood mission
which has a direct bearing on all ministry
endeavours.
4
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Core Values for C21
  • Alternative Congregations Are Church Plants

Beginning an alternative congregation as a
ministry to a different group of people is
essentially planting a new church. We must plan
and prepare for this type of growth.
5
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Core Values for C21
  • Build On Strengths

Identify your 'five-talent' churches and resource
them not, of course, to the exclusion of
struggling churches, but to enable healthy,
growing churches and their leadership to become
the engine that pulls the church planting train.
6
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The New Paradigm
D
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Where Have We Come From?
  • The New Paradigm

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Where Have We Come From?
  • absence of assessment
  • committee and denominationally based planting
  • absence of coaching
  • absence of partnering between denominations

84
Where Have We Come From?
  • minimal delivery systems
  • little sharing of technique and results
  • absence of planter training
  • an overall 'shotgun' approach to planting
  • enormous losses in finances, manpower and morale

85
Where Are We Now?
  • The New Paradigm

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Where Are We Now?
  • an emerging delivery system for fundamental
    healthy church planting systems (Century 21
    Apple Tree Project)
  • fully developed profile assessment systems for
    determining the behavioral aptitude of
    prospective planters (PAS)
  • a truly Canadian Church Planting Summit for
    church planters and their teams (CPS)

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Where Are We Now?
  • the partnering of denominations to achieve
    fundamental Kingdom goals
  • the preliminary establishment of networks in a
    number of key denominations across Canada

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Where Are We Going?
  • The New Paradigm

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Addition to Multiplication
  • from church plants to reproducing churches
  • from producing product to production capacity
  • multiplication of leaders is not a basic DNA
    building block of many programs or initiatives -
    emphasis is too much skewed toward product or
    program facilitation
  • apprenticeship has not infiltrated all areas of
    leadership

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Numbers to Health
  • maintaining health throughout the growth and
    multiplication of the church
  • ongoing health checkups rather than crisis or
    programmed checkups
  • health programs such as NCD are confused and
    thought to be just another program

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Numbers to Health
  • numbers are often the criteria to determine
    readiness for planting rather than health
  • unhealthy core groups produce unhealthy church
    plants

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Standardised to Component
  • canned programs often ignore a comprehensive
    strategy large enough to embrace a diversity of
    strategic environments and initiatives
  • few franchised programs will admit that they are
    just one piece and baulk at the integration of
    competitors' programs

93
Where Are We Going?
  • From Standardised to Component
  • denominations constantly have to avoid
    exclusivity and allow many resources to be adopted
  • an abundance of programs with few delivery systems

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Curriculum to Contextualisation
  • applying principles, understanding principles,
    distinguishing principles
  • it takes discernment to understand the difference
    between principle and technique

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Hierarchy to Environment
  • creating systems of empowerment
  • balancing independence and interdependence
  • playing the roles of supervisor, coach,
    consultant, mentor
  • it is difficult for one person to exercise more
    than one role

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Where Are We Going?
  • From Denomination Based to Network Based
  • by group rather than program
  • by peer rather than leader
  • by consultation rather than mandate
  • by choice rather than edict
  • by the church rather than by the denomination

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see you tomorrow!
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