This 2018-19 Learning Community, a partnership between the Apostolic Ministry of King’s Arms Church, Kairos Connexion and 3D Movements will consist of a series of three day immersion experiences that incorporate teaching and training, expert coaching, and a chance to experience proven vehicles for discipleship and mission.
At the conclusion of each immersion experience, you will leave with a detailed six-month plan to accomplish the things you believe God has called your church community to do. Furthermore, the two-year process includes coaching huddles for senior leaders to help you put your plan into action.
Dates: 2-4 May 2018, 31 Oct-2 Nov 2018, 1-3 May 2019, 30 Oct-1 Nov 2019
Cost: £1500 per year (£3000 in total for the whole programme, payable in six monthly instalments on the 1st February & July respectively.)
This cost covers: Materials, refreshments, lunch and dinner on immersion days. Plus two years of fortnightly huddles for the senior leaders development & support to put the plan into action!
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The two year Learning Community journey entails a carefully orchestrated process which progresses from discipleship to mission as outlined below.
Building a Discipling Culture
This covers the key principles, values and learning points that help to create and establish a strong culture of missional discipleship. We will look at how shared culture, mind-set and key values (covenant and kingdom, invitation and challenge) can help people take personal responsibility for their own discipleship and begin to live out their identity, faith, missional vision and call.
Multiplying Missional Leaders
In this gathering we will look at how to identify, develop, train and release leaders. This will include looking at vision and values, training infrastructure, intentional discipleship environments (huddles) and principles (Lifeshapes) creating a culture of innovation and allowing freedom to fail.
Leading Missional Communities
This gathering focuses on how to create, value and release the “spiritual households” that impact their neighbourhood or network of relationships. There will be input on developing a balanced three-dimensional lifestyle of faith, community and mission and how that life can be expressed in many different ways. Teams will learn more about principles and lessons learned from those involved in the process of establishing and releasing Missional Communities.
Leading Kingdom Movements
This gathering looks at the principles and practices of establishing a strong resourcing centre and how to establish prayer, develop training, practice hospitality and ensure strong pastoral care. Team focus on the mission centre as a resourcing base which missional communities orbit in and out of on a regular rhythm, thus growing a sustainable missional movement.