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Final Examination. 1. To have responsibility is equated to have authority. 2. The leader as a teacher must teach by example, doing first what he wants his follower do. 3. Team ministry happens when 2 or more leaders work together to accomplish a single spiritual task.

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Final Examination

1. To have responsibility is equated to have authority.

2. The leader as a teacher must teach by example,

doing first what he wants his follower do.

3. Team ministry happens when 2 or more leaders work

together to accomplish a single spiritual task.

4. Commitment is one of the factors for a successful

team ministry.

5. Anointing is born out of a humble and broken heart.

6. The anointing of God’s Spirit is the overflowing of the

Messiah’s divine life of holiness into a human life.

7. A humble heart is needed to maintain the anointing.

8. Give at least 4 of the 10 qualities of a leader as a true

judge

9. Give at least 2 team ministry pattern in the Scriptures

10. Give at least 2 ways on how to train co-laborer.

11. Give at least 2 ways on how to work with co-laborer.

12. What are the 3 requirements to attain the anointing?


LESSON 12


The Vision

The Fulfillment

The Call

Progression

TRUST

HUMILITY

CONCERN

RESPECT

Time Lost

Time Lost

Time Lost

Time Lost

MISUNDER-STANDING

Discipline and Restoration

PRIDE

INDIFFERENCE

JEALOUSY

of Church Leaders and Members

Digression


WHAT IS DISCIPLINE?

What it is?

  • Corrective Discipline

  • training that molds, corrects

  • or perfects the moral

  • character of an individual.

Discipline and Restoration

of Church Leaders and Members


WHAT IS DISCIPLINE?

What it is not?

  • a revenge

  • a spiritual abuse

  • a “we are holier than them”

Discipline and Restoration

of Church Leaders and Members


No pastor or Christian leader rejoices over the need for the corrective discipline. It is a duty which must be performed when other more positive methods to cause growth and maturity have failed.


When a worker enters into sin in a way that threatens his own spiritual life and those around him

Discipline and Restoration

of Church Leaders and Members


Areas that require discipline

  • Unresolved offenses

  • between members

(e.g. not paying debt)


Areas that require discipline

  • Unresolved offenses

  • between members

2. Moral impurity

(e.g. adultery, fornication, same sex affair)


Areas that require discipline

  • Unresolved offenses

  • between members

2. Moral impurity

3. Extortion

(e.g. asking money for dubious reason)


Areas that require discipline

  • Unresolved offenses

  • between members

2. Moral impurity

3. Extortion

4. Divisiveness

(e.g. Pagkakampi-kampi, divisive spirit, gossip)


Reasons for failure to Discipline

  • Fear of the congregation’s distaste for the process

2. Fear of reputation of being hard and legalistic

3. Fear of hurting tender spirit in the congregation

4. Ignorance of the necessity and process of discipline


Benefits of Church Discipline

  • Bring about change and

  • growth in one’s life

2. Prohibits the leavening

influence of sin from gaining

foothold in other members of

the congregation

3. Promotes the value of

righteousness as the basis for

all relationships


Process of Church Discipline

1. Confrontation(Matthew 18:15-17)


15“If your brother sins against you, go and show him his fault, just between the two of you. If he listens to you, you have won your brother over


16 But if he will not listen, take one or two others along, so that every matter may be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses.'


17 If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church; and if he refuses to listen even to the church, treat him as you would a pagan or a tax collector.


Process of Church Discipline

1. Confrontation(Matthew 18:15-17)

2. Exclusion from fellowship (1 Corinthians 5:3-5)

Discipline involves clear judgment, to pronounce an opinion of right or wrong and to separate the unrepentantly guilty


3 Even though I am not physically present, I am with you in spirit. And I have already passed judgment on the one who did this, just as if I were present.


4 When you are assembled in the name of our Lord Jesus and I am with you in spirit, and the power of our Lord Jesus is present, 5 hand this man over to Satan, so that the sinful nature may be destroyed and his spirit saved on the day of the Lord.


Guidelines for Corrective Discipline

  • Confession and

  • Repentance

2. Forgiveness

3. Probation

4. Counselling

5. Restoration


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