Planning Strategies for World Evangelization

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1990 - 349 pagina's
 

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THE EXPERIENCES OF OTHER CHRISTIANS
197
THE EXPERIENCE OF PSEUDOCHRISTIAN AND OTHER RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS
199
THE MEANS AND METHODS OF THE PEOPLE GROUP BEING EVANGELIZED
201
DEVELOPMENT AS EVANGELISM
203
FINAL CONSIDERATIONS
204
Questions
206
DEFINING AN APPROACH
207
Considerations
209

WHY HAVE A STRATEGY?
14
IS OUR STRATEGY WESTERN?
16
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE HAVE NO STRATEGY?
17
4 Management
18
WHAT DO WE MEAN BY MANAGEMENT?
19
NEHEMIAH WAS A MANAGER
20
THE ROLE OF THE HOLY SPIRIT
21
RECAPTURING THE BIBLICAL BALANCE
24
5 Management for Mission
25
THE BASIC APPROACH
31
DEFINING THE MISSION
39
Considerations
41
6 Mission and Evangelization
42
MISSION AND THE CHURCH
43
EVANGELIZATION
46
THE MEANING OF EVANGELISM
49
DEFINING EVANGELISM WHEN DEVELOPING A STRATEGY
52
EVANGELIZATION AS A PROCESS
55
7 Defining Your Mission
57
ASSUMPTIONS FOR MISSION DEFINITION
58
THE NEED FOR MISSION DEFINITION
60
FIELD SELECTION PRACTICES
61
THEOLOGY AND FIELD SELECTION
64
FIELD SELECTION CRITERIA
69
UNREACHED PEOPLE DEFINED
72
PERSPECTIVE
74
Questions
75
THE PEOPLE TO BE REACHED
77
Considerations
79
8 A PeopleCentered Approach
81
THE IMPORTANCE OF A PEOPLECENTERED APPROACH
82
PEOPLES AND PEOPLE GROUPS IN THE BIBLE
85
EVANGELISM AND PEOPLES OF THE NEW TESTAMENT WORLD
89
PAULS PEOPLECENTERED APPROACH
93
9 Defining and Describing Peoples and People Groups
97
THE HOMOGENEOUS UNIT AND PEOPLE GROUP EVANGELIZATION
99
MEMBERSHIP IN GROUPS
101
WHAT ARE PEOPLES AND PEOPLE GROUPS?
102
10 Understanding Peoples and People Groups
105
THE MEANING SYSTEM OF PEOPLES AND PEOPLE GROUPS
107
UNDERSTANDING THE NEEDS OF PEOPLES AND PEOPLE GROUPS
116
UNDERSTANDING THE BEHAVIOR OF PEOPLES AND PEOPLE GROUPS
123
RECEPTIVITY AND RESISTANCE
129
Questions
131
THE FORCE FOR EVANGELIZATION
133
Considerations
135
11 The People Available
136
WHAT IS THIS PEOPLE GROUP LIKE?
137
LOOKING FOR THE BEST FIT
141
THE GOING COMMUNITY
143
RECRUITING
145
THOUSANDS OF YOUNG PEOPLE ARE WILLING TO BE TRAINED
148
THE CHALLENGE OF TRAINING
155
12 The Organizations Available
158
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES
160
PRIORITIES FOR THE CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION
163
AN ORGANIZATIONAL CHECKLIST
165
MISSIONS IN PARTNERSHIP
166
Questions
169
MEANS AND METHODS
171
Considerations
173
13 Selecting Means and Methods
174
METHODS AND THE HOLY SPIRIT
175
WHAT DIFFERENCE DO METHODS MAKE?
176
WHAT ARE MEANS AND METHODS?
181
CLASSIFYING METHODS
185
SELECTING METHODS FOR EVANGELIZATION
190
PERSPECTIVE ON THE SELECTION PROCESS
193
14 Developing Means and Methods
194
NEW TESTAMENT EXAMPLES
195
15 Planning the Strategy
210
LEVELS OF STRATEGY
211
THE EXAMPLE OF THE TURKANA
214
THE DIFFUSION OF INNOVATION
216
STATING OUR APPROACH
218
16 Assumptions
220
ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT YOURSELF
222
ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
223
ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT OTHER CHURCHES AND MISSIONS
224
ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT THE WORLD
225
Questions
227
ANTICIPATED OUTCOMES
229
Considerations
231
17 Movement toward Christ
232
THE MEANING OF CONVERSION
233
THE STARTING POINT
235
THE ULTIMATE OBJECTIVE
238
18 The Resulting Church
241
THE CHURCH IN THE FREEDOM OF THE SPIRIT
242
MODELS FOR THE RESULTING CHURCH
243
CRITERIA FOR THE RESULTING CHURCH
250
19 Ready for Results
252
FOUR TYPES OF POSSIBLE OUTCOMES
254
WAYS WE HIDE FROM RESULTS
257
CHANGES AND THE STRATEGY CYCLE
258
FAILING ON PAPER
259
Questions
260
YOUR ROLE
261
Considerations
263
20 Who Are You?
264
ROLES AND SOCIAL STRUCTURES
265
PERSONAL ROLE DEFINITION
270
OUR PRIMARY ROLE IDENTIFICATION
272
21 Where Do You Fit?
274
QUESTIONS TO ASK
275
BRINGING ABOUT CHANGE
278
Questions
282
PLANNING
283
Considerations
285
22 Goals for Evangelization
286
THE RELATIONSHIP OF COALS TO ONE ANOTHER
288
THE POWER AND ADVANTAGES OF COALS
289
WRITING CLEAR GOALS AND PURPOSES
290
GOALS FOR PEOPLE
291
23 Plans for Evangelization
293
THINKING CHRISTIANLY ABOUT PLANNING
294
BASIC PLANNING CONCEPTS?
295
THE DYNAMICS OF PLANNING
299
SHORT AND LONGRANGE PLANNING
302
METHODS FOR PLANNING
303
Questions
304
ACT
305
Considerations
307
24 Taking Action
308
RESOURCES MEANS GOALS
309
COURSE CORRECTIONREPLANNING
314
Questions
315
EVALUATION
317
Considerations
319
25 Evaluation
320
SET UP AN EVALUATION PROCEDURE
321
EVALUATING MEANS AND METHODS
322
EVALUATING RESOURCES
323
EVALUATION AS A PROCESS
324
PERSONAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
325
CLOSING THE CIRCLE
326
Questions
327
Bibliography
328
Index
347
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