Online Core Task Training: Syllabus

From this Syllabus page you can click the link to get to any session of the Online Core Task Training.

Introduction

Entry

Evangelism

Abiding

Discipleship (Part 1)

Discipleship (Part 2)

Church Formation

Leadership Development

Exit

Core Task Training: Conclusion

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Outside Catalyst: Thessalonica

Paul started the work when he entered Thessalonica, but he exited quickly and continued the work from Athens and Corinth as an outside catalyst.

He kept his same ministry pattern when he was on location or working as an outside catalyst.

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Core Task Training: Conclusion

Core Task Training

Conclusion

concluding online Core Task Training

Creation to Christ

Virtual Prayer Walking

The apostle Paul prayed remotely from the locations for which he prayed. He constantly (Colossians 1:3) prayed for new believers and their faith to abound.


“And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others.”

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Core Task Training: Discipleship (part 2)

Core Task Training

remaining 4 commands of seven commands
Pray

Giving


Go and Make disciples


Love: Command of Christ


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Core Task Training: Discipleship (Part 1)

Discipleship
Sword Method Bible study

Inductive Bible study using Sword Method

For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart. Hebrews 4:12

Watch video: Sword Method Bible Study


Watch the video 7 commands of Christ



Repent and Believe



Be Baptized

Lords Supper


Continue with discipleship part 2

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Core Task Training: Exit


Exit Thessalonica



Outside Catalyst: Thessalonica


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Core Task Training: Leadership Development

Leadership Development Multiplying your Ministry


Outside Catalyst: Thessalonica



Raising up Leaders for the harvest

Master Strategy Plan


Levels Of Leadership

Shadow Pastor

Leadership

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Core Task Training: Church Formation

Church Formation: House Church



GenMapper for church health assessment


3 Thirds house church worship pattern

Lead

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Core Task Training: Entry

Entry
The Four Calls to share the gospel

Watch the video on 4 calls

The 4 calls download

Watch the Oikos video, making the list of friends and family.

Read the article Reach your family


Entry

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Core Task Training: Abiding


Your Portrait in Scripture, 1 Corinthians 2:14-3:3


How to live Spirit Filled Life


Vine and the Branches

Quiet Time

Abiding in Christ

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Core Task Training: Evangelism

Watch the video on the Gospel Hand

Watch the video how to share your testimony.

Link: How many of my People heard the gospel today?

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