DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSThe student will post one thread of at least 800 words of the assigned Module: Week. For each thread, students must support their assertions with:1. At least two scholarly citations in Turabian format2. Two Bible integrations. and relevant Bible verses and quotations that are relevantQUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED THOROUGHLYContained in the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20 are separate statements that address both a Biblical Mission and a Compelling Vision.Using these as foundational statements,1. Develop a Biblical Mission and2. Vision for a church you have attended or are presently attending.REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS TO BE READ AND QUOTED IN THE PAPER1. Blackaby, Henry, and Richard Blackaby. Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to Gods Agenda. Revised and expanded ed. Nashville: Broadman and Holman, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-4336-6918-7. (read chapters 1 – 4 )2. Malphurs, Aubrey. Advanced Strategic Planning: A 21st Century Model for Church and Ministry Leaders. 3rd ed. Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2013. ISBN: 978-0-801-01455-0. (Read Chapters 1- 5)3. Please only apply to write the paper only if you can access the two required textbooks above.
*** please also see the more instructions in the additional materials sectionIn McRaney, Chapter 2, the author states, “dealing with lost people will cause us to get our hands dirty and sweaty just like tending to yard work. Part of evangelism is to clear up misconceptions and misperceptions people have about the gospel. Dealing with people and evangelism is often messy.” How does all of this connect with the essential harvest principles discussed by McRaney, also in the introductory video, and in Chapter 11 of the Everyday Series: Evangelism book?As you respond, consider your own conversion experience. Explain how it may have demonstrated the dirty work of evangelism? From the article written by Dr. Earley, as well as Chapters 19-20 of the Everyday Series: Evangelism book, address if spiritual warfare was part of the dirty work what part did prayer play in the process then and now, etc.?Finally, from McRaney Chapter 1, what role does the Holy Spirit play in evangelism and in reference to the harvest? Ultimately, referring to McRaney, Chapter 2, make sure that you address how your emerging biblical theology of evangelism and practical experience of faith can assist people in addressing their misconceptions/misperceptions regarding the gospel
Highly functioning teams consider situations from a global perspective. This type of perspective requires each member understands the vision and goals of the team. Members reflect on the larger implications of their decision-making and accomplishments. In other words, the global perspective keeps in mind the big picture regarding how the decisions of each individual will affect the team, how the teams decisions will affect the larger organization and beyond. Teams should never be isolated, but remember the greater impact of what they do.Write a 1-page response entry that outlines your commitment to a team global perspective. This could include your philosophy on team vision and direction in relation to the global perspective. The document should be no longer than one page long and can be in bullet style. The most important factor of the document is the functionality and use in a team environment.Scholarly academic resources, textbooks, or other sources provided. Use of APA format is required.
As teams encounter problems either within the team or outside of the team, conflict resolution becomes a valuable tool. Effective teams execute conflict resolution in order to overcome obstacles and enhance productivity.Write a 2-3 page paper describing the steps to conflict resolution within a team. Ensure the following points are addressed.Describe the concept of conflictDifferentiate between positive and negative conflictGive an overview of common scenarios you have dealt with in your everyday lifeGive a biblical view on conflict resolutionSupporting Scripture and quotes from at least two quality sources (with proper APA citation).Scholarly academic resources using APA format.Reference Book: The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork – by John MaxwellReference Book: The Five Dysfunctions of a Team – by Patrick Lencioni
Teams often experience barriers to communication. Critical thinking skills can be utilized to overcome these barriers. When the team evaluates problems relating to communication from a critical viewpoint, the team experiences growth and cohesiveness.Create a list of 10 barriers that affect teams. In the list, make sure you give significant thought to why there are barriers and most importantly how one can overcome the barriers. Once the list is completed, you will need to create an avenue to overcome each barrier you created.For each of the items listed, explain why the barriers exist and how a team might overcome the barrier.Scholarly academic resources, textbooks, or other sources provided. Quoting or paraphrasing from any source – APA format by including an in-text citation and listing the reference at the end.
Teams must be equipped to address problems as they arise. If handled effectively, problems can become opportunities for growth and improvement. When teams possess problem-solving skills, they function more successfully.Create a case study that involves a problem that a team could face.Have some options available on how the team could turn the problem into an opportunity.Prepare to discuss the problem and potential opportunity. The hypothetical situation will need to be presented as well.Scholarly academic resources, textbooks, or other sources provided. Quoting or paraphrasing from any source. Requires APA format by including an in-text citation and listing the reference at the end of the study example mentioned in the study..
BOOK CRITIQUE ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEWCritique the 5 parts of the book, McClendon, P. Adam. Pauls Spirituality in Galatians. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2015: the Introduction and each of the 4 chapters. This book is the product of an academic thesis intentionally designed to be a critique of various theological traditions within Christianity. The purpose of reading and critiquing this book is to help you learn how to evaluate and process the merits and faults of a theological position, while being respectful. Our responsibility before God and others is to ground our convictions in the contextual principles of Gods Word.Liberty University brings great diversity, and each theological tradition has its own strengths; at the same time, we are to be people of the Word. As such, we must be committed to seeking to understand truth rightly, even at the expense of our own traditions. This book provides a critique of various positions within the Christian tradition. The ultimate point of the book is to demonstrate how we should allow the Bible to speak for itself and serve as the basis of our beliefs, correcting even our own traditional views as necessary. The goal is to challenge us to base our views on the whole of Gods Word. This evaluation of our beliefs and traditions in light of the Bible is something we should do throughout life.Additionally, we must be able to respectably disagree with others when necessary, not based on that persons traditions, but based on Scripture.INSTRUCTIONSWrite a critique of the Introduction.Then each of the subsequent 4 main chapters. Your critique of each chapter must include:o Summary of the chapter (100 words)o Response to the chapter (100 words)? With what did you agree or disagree? (Clearly state: I agree/disagree with )? Why? Use at least 3 distinct biblical passages to support your position.Each section of the critique must have clear bolded headings.Work to go beyond a general summary of the content, to focus on the main point and interact with the purpose of each chapter. All citations are to follow current Turabian formatting.BOOK: McClendon, P. Adam. Pauls Spirituality in Galatians. Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2015.
Write a book review of Fr. James Martin’s book, Jesus: a Pilgrimage. It is important to give a concise overall review of the book as well as concentrate closely on several topics in it; you do not have to cover every chapter; you may choose to concentrate on several chapters or themes. You must include footnotes or endnotes and a bibliography page. Any information from the Martin book, whether quoted directly or in your own words, must be cited (there must be a no. of citations). I also expect the review to reflect your personal opinions about the book. You are allowed to refer to other book reviews, articles, or books as long as you cite them.Any evidence of plagiarism will be dealt with by the Dean’s Office. The term paper will count as 25% of your total grade.
Building a team requires commitment and dedication. Effective teams are comprised of individuals with varying strengths and weaknesses. Teams function cohesively when members maximize the positive qualities of each member and minimize the negative ones.Write a 2-3 page paper describing the characteristics of a balanced team. Ensure the following points are addressed.Reference Book: Laws of Teamwork: John C. MaxwellComprehensive analysis of the characteristics of a teamExplanation of a balanced teamSupporting Scripture and quotes from at least two quality sources (with proper APA citation).Scholarly academic resources using APA format.
RESEARCH PAPER: CHAPLAINS CHARACTER TO LEAD ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONSOVERVIEWThe Chaplains Character is essential to successful ministry. The believers godly character is developed through attentiveness to Gods Word and the Holy Spirit to make consistent good decisions, that over time become good habits, that eventually become good character. A person is not born with godly character, but develops character through daily yielding to Christ. Likewise, chaplains must strive daily to progress in godly character so they can minister effectively. To this concern, this research paper will examine Peters growth in character from a struggling follower of Christ to a faithful leader for Christ. In this light, the student will be challenged to contemplate their growing character to lead effectively for Christ as a chaplain.INSTRUCTIONSAppraise the character of Peter from his immaturity as a young fisherman to his mature character to lead the church, and explore personal applications and implications for the maturing of your personal character and preparedness to lead. Write a 2,0002,200-word research-based paper. Evaluate the character of Peter from his immaturity as a young fisherman to his maturity to lead the Church. Explore personal similarities with Peters character and applications to improve your character and leadership. Consider the implications of improving your character to become a better chaplain leader. Integrate a minimum of 10 relative Scripture passages to demonstrate Gods progressive work in Peters life and character to lead. Integrate a minimum of 10 relative Scripture passages to the maturing of your personal character and preparedness to lead. Demonstrate interaction with assigned textbooks. Include at least 6 supporting reference works to include course textbooks, books, scholarly journals, and articles.This research paper will be primarily judged on the coherence of the arguments and conclusions presented. It will also be evaluated on other objective criteria. The essay must demonstrate a doctoral-level use of the English language. This assignment requires critical thinking, logical progression of thought, and appropriate organization. In addition, you must meet the following standards of style and form: Adhere to current Turabian format. Use 1? margins on all 4 sides. Double-space your text. Use 12-point Times New Roman font. Indent paragraphs at 5 spaces (0.6?). Do not include extra blank lines between paragraphs. Use and italicize section headings. Include page numbers. Include a title page with your name, student ID number, course number/section, instructors name, and date. The title page does not count toward the required word count. Include a Contents page, an Introduction with a thesis sentence, a body with subheadings, footnotes, a conclusion, and a bibliography.TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED ARE ATLEAST 6, 4 REQUIRED FROM THE CLASS, THE OTHER 2 PICK ON YOUR OWN WHICH MUST BE VERY RELEVANT1. Jorg, Jeff. Seasons of a Leaders Life: Learning, Leading, and Leaving Your Legacy. Nashville: B & H Publishing Group, 2013. ISBN: 9781433681509 (READ PART 1: 10 TO 21) AND PAY ATTENTION TO IT.2. 1. Hillman, Os. Change Agent: Engaging Your Passion to be the One Who Makes a Difference. Lake Mary: Charisma House, 2011. ISBN: 9781616381820 (READ CHAPTERS 5, 7, 8 AND 9)3. Blackaby, Henry and Richard Blackaby. Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to God’s Agenda. Revised ed. Nashville: B & H Publishing Group, 2011. ISBN: 9781433669187 (Chapter 6)4. White, John. Excellence in Leadership: Reaching Goals with Prayer, Courage and Determination. Downers Grove: Intervarsity Press, 1986. ISBN: 9780877845706. (CHAPTERS 6 AND 9)3. OTHERS: Pick 2 other textbooks on your own which can be a textbook or an Article or Journal, but must be Doctoral Level and very Relevant.4. Remember from the Instructions again:Integrate a minimum of 10 relative Scripture passages to demonstrate Gods progressive work in Peters life and character to lead. Integrate a minimum of 10 relative Scripture passages to the maturing of your personal character and preparedness to lead. Demonstrate interaction with assigned textbooks. Include at least 6 supporting reference works to include course textbooks, books, scholarly journals, and articles.5. I will upload the four Required textbooks above for you if you don’t have access to them, the remaining Two, you will choose on your own pls. Thanks.
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