This webinar was offered through Churchnet’s partnership with Pinnacle Leadership Associates. We are grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with this consulting group. Click the logo to visit the Pinnacle Leadership Associates website.
Number of sessions:
This was the THIRD of four sessions. Each session was 90 minutes in length. The sessions were scheduled on the third Thursdays of November, December, January and February. Participants were encouraged to register for all four sessions.
Ircel Harrison, For Such a Time as This: Aligning Church and Leadership for Missional Ministry Check it out at Amazon.
Joy F. Skjegstad, 7 Creative Models for Community Ministry Check it out at Amazon.
1. Introduce participants to the missional church concept. 2. Consider the type of leadership needed for missional ministry. 3. Assess the readiness of church and leadership to engage in missional ministry in the community. 4. Understand the needs of a potential community ministry partner and begin thinking about a strategy to engage with them
(Note: Pinnacle could provide coaching for individual leaders on a contract basis to develop and implement a strategy.)
Session Three: “Will We Know the Future if We See it?”
What are the opportunities for missional ministry in your community? How do you discover them?
Assignment: Schedule a one hour meeting with the leader of a ministry in your community that might be a partner for your congregation.
Prepare a report that includes: o Name and location of the ministry (including address, website, contact information). o Name and contact information of executive director/lead person. o Mission statement of the organization/entity o Answer these questions:
o Who do they serve? o How are they organized to do this? o Who provides the service/ministry (staff, volunteers, etc.)? o How are they financed? o What are the most important things you learned about this service/ministry? o How could your church partner with this ministry?
Presenter: Rev. Dr. Ircel Harrison
Ircel is a lifelong learner who seeks to assist others in that same journey. He finds joy in walking alongside others as they discover their potential and pursue their personal missions. Individuals, congregations, and not-for-profit organizations find Ircel to be an able companion as they move toward mission advancement in their particular contexts. We have lost count of the ministers over time who claim, “Ircel mentored me.” Ircel provides coaching, consulting, and training as a Pinnacle Associate, while also serving as our Coaching Coordinator. Ircel resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.