Practical Ministry Skills
Discerning God's Will
Improve your group's decision making process to build your ministry and extend the kingdom.
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Overview

Every leader has a responsibility to make decisions that not only consider the best interests of the ministry but also actively seek God's will. In a group setting this gets even more complicated as multiple voices seek to reach a unified understanding of what the will of God might be in any particular situation.

This 26-page training pack includes a variety of practical tips and suggestions to help you help you seek God's will as a team. NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.

This Resource contains all of the following:

The Way of Discernment
Four passages to guide you through the process.

Choosing Discerning Leaders
Seven questions to gauge a candidate's wisdom.

Building a Culture of Discernment
Discernment is not the endgame; the endgame is to actually do the will of God.

The Group Discernment Process
Discernment is a creative mix of dynamic elements.

Listening with Love
Discernment is a process of listening—together.

Making the Decisions
A three-step method to guide your decision-making process.

Running a Discerning Board Meeting
Consensus means that despite disagreement, when the group looks at the decision as a whole, they can see God's fingerprint.

Discernment Is Only the Beginning
When God called our church to relocate, we thought the transition would be smooth. Boy, were we wrong.


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Scenario Planning
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Overseeing the Organization
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Topics:Church Board, Church Staff, Committees, Decision making, Direction, Discernment, Meetings, Team leadership, Teams, Unity
Filters:Church board, Committee member, Deacon, Elder, Facility management, Finances, Management, Missions, Pastor, Prayer
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Daniel Saa Tolno

May 09, 2014  6:52am

Dear beloved in the Lord, Please send me an electronic copy of this book. Blessings. Daniel

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