PEER TO PEER COACHING CLUSTER: CHURCH
– Pick one question from each area
– Shoot for at least one peer to peer conversation between gatherings
– Share challenges, best practices, context, next steps, accountability to
– We will spend time in clusters at the next gathering both debriefing and
1. What part of Gathering Five was the most encouraging to you?
2. What did God say to you in the process?
3. What is your biggest question? Suggestion?
4. Which exercise have you engaged in this month? How was it helpful?
How do you define ‘church’?
1. What are your thoughts
How does this definition clarify strengths and weaknesses of your church?
2. How does how you have defined the disciple and how you’ve defined church fuel the other? Reflect the other?
3. Are you asking the disciple to do things the church isn’t exampling or building ‘on ramps’ for? Are you doing things as a church that you aren’t asking of the disciple?
4. Which of Dwight’s ‘four things’, in talking about a ‘movement’ oriented church, are the biggest challenge for you right now?
This month’s Core Exercise will help your team think through how your church is doing when thinking through the THREE CORE COMPONENTS and FOUR KEY OUTCOMES we discussed.
1. Share about
2. What are your struggles with the exercise? How has it helped?
3. What makes it hard to own all four outcomes? To sustain fruit in each? What
- The more we START a church that is engaging and measuring ALL FOUR outcomes, the more sustainable they will be.
- The more we build a diverse, interdependent leadership team that has a passion to help own all four, the more sustainable they will be.
- The more we define a clear target for the individual disciple that will fuel and help own (versus being dependent on leadership) these corporate outcomes, the more sustainable they will be?
- The more we build
culturearound these four outcomes, find ways for them to overlap, and find partners in our city to help fuel and own them, the more sustainable they will be.