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ROFL CCSA 2014 SEASON. Governing Clinic. Clinic Summary. What is the C.A.S.E? What is a Governor? What does a Governor do? What is a Devotion? How do we conduct a Devotion ? Closing thoughts. The C.A.S.E. Committee. “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart,

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rofl ccsa 2014 season

ROFLCCSA 2014 SEASON

Governing Clinic

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Clinic Summary

  • What is the C.A.S.E?
  • What is a Governor?
  • What does a Governor do?
  • What is a Devotion?
  • How do we conduct a Devotion?
  • Closing thoughts
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The C.A.S.E. Committee

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart,

as working for the Lord, not for men, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving. Anyone who does wrong will be repaid for his wrong, and there is no favoritism.”

~Colossians 3:23-25

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What is the CASE Committee?

  • CASE is a committee which is distinct from but not exclusive of the Governing Committee. Its main focus is on the accountability of the team leaders, coaches and governors. Areas of concern and interest for CASE include the adherence to the constitution, responsibilities to the team and players and qualifications for being a leader.
  • Please make sure that everyone on the team knows about CASE.
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What is the CASE Committee? (continued)

  • Anyone can turn to CASE if a problem is recognized and the team leaders are unable to resolve it. In this way, problems can be contained, weaknesses in the league can be brought to the attention of the CCSA, specific team needs can be met and unbiased solutions can be reached.
  • Before requesting CASE assistance, one should prayerfully approach the head governor of the team involved to share one’s concern in love. If this does not lead to a resolution, then CASE should be contacted.
  • (The “Mathew 18 Principle”)
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The “Mathew 18 Principle”

"If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother. But if he does not listen, take one or two others along with you, that every charge may be established by the evidence of two or three witnesses. If he refuses to listen to them, tell it to the church. And if he refuses to listen even to the church, let him be to you as a Gentile and a tax collector. Truly, I say to you, whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.“

~Matthew 18:15-20 (English Standard Version)

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What should we do when another

Christian has sinned against us? 

Three guiding principles for every Christian to follow:

I. Go to the person in private (v. 15). Above all else, go to him with the idea of winning your brother, not winning an argument. When you do it in strict privacy it will make it easier for him to confess the sin.

II. Ask for the help of others(v. 16). Only after we have prayerfully followed step 1 should we go to step 2. If the sinning brother refuses to listen we may then share the facts as we see them with one or two dependable believers and ask them for their prayerful counsel. It is possible that we are wrong. If they feel the cause is right, then together we can go to the offender and try once again to win him. 

III. Ask the church for  help (vv. 17-20) After you have followed steps one and two and the sinning brother still fails to recognize his error, the situation should be brought before the entire Church (C.A.S.E.)

However we must keep in mind that our goal is not the winning of a case but the winning of a brother. If this person still refuses to acknowledge his sin he is to be treated as an outsider but not hated.

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Requesting CASE Assistance

Step 1

  • Contact CASE:

Leave your contact info:

name and phone number(s), emails along with a request for the CASE Committee to contact you.

Step 2

  • DO NOT discuss the details of the grievance

Step 3

  • WAIT. CASE will contact you.
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What are the goals

of the CCSA?

  • To initiate and encourage greater participation & fellowship among churches
  • To foster greater interaction and unity of fellowship between church members
  • To outreach/ evangelize to non-Christians and nominal Christians in order to incorporate them into existing fellowships and churches
  • To provide wholesome recreation
  • Provide opportunity for newer & older Christians to grow; be discipled and further grounded in their Faith ,and develop potential leadership within the church & this ministry
governing

Governing

“Be shepherds of God’s flock that is under your care, serving as overseers - not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be… eager to serve; not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock.”

~ I Peter 5:2, 3

what is a governor
What is a Governor ?

Spiritual Head of the Team

Pastoral Charge of the team’s welfare

Counselor and Servant to the team

Liaison between the host church and team

Overseer of the team

what does a governor do

What does a Governor do?

Governor / Coach

...what’s the difference?

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The Head Coach

Head /Asst. Governor

  • Focus is on the spiritual health & direction of the team.
  • to discern God’s purpose / direction for the team and to communicate this unifying vision to teammates and to the Head Governors of other teams.
  • to develop e a concrete plan to accomplish God’s goals for the team which should involve organizing, training, motivating and mobilizing of team members, i.e. assembling a ministry team.
  • to counsel, advise, correct and discipline team members from Scripture.
  • to take an active rolein all aspectsof the spiritual well-being of the members of the team
  • to personally supervise & co-ordinate the delivery of pregame and postgame devotions
  • to consistently pray for each member of the team
  • to serve as a link between the host church and the team
  • to network with the Head Governors of other teams

To be a Spiritual Mentor

to demonstrate concern and friendship to each player, regardless of playing abilities.

Focus is on the mechanics of the game and in the organization/ administration of the team.

to lead and help players play the game

to organize each game so that all player will play and feel that they are a part of the team.

to teach the game of softball.

to assist the assistant coaches in the performance of their duties.

what is a devotion
What is a Devotion?

A method of communicating God’s Word.

A time of spiritual focus and teaching.

A medium through which the Gospel is taught in an interesting and relevant manner.

A time of fellowship and interaction among the members of each team.

why do devotions
Why do Devotions?

To embrace a sacred, spiritual focus for every game, and to preach the Gospel

To encompass the CCSA theme for outreach and fellowship.

To emphasize team spirituality rather than competition and rivalry.

To enhance team participation and involvement.

how does one do a devotion
How does one DO a Devotion?

Involve as many team members as possible...particularly the coaches.

Create an open forum for ideas.

Develop a stable formula.

Keep it simple, but know your stuff.

Please Remember the Non-Christians!!!!

Have Fun !

ideology
Ideology

Choose a Theme

Be aware of your Team’s & the other team’s Needs

Work with the other team’s Governor

Work towards a Goal

methodology
Methodology

Have a common unifying theme for the season

Try something new

Don’t do everything yourself, use your team resources

Plan in advance.

Train and disciple future Governors

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Homework

  • list the three things you think are most important to achieve your Team Goal for this season
  • Choose a Group Leader and Assistant Leader
  • Get each other’s Phone Numbers and other relevant Information
  • Using all your combined talents over the course of the week, develop a full 15 minute Devotion
  • Next week we spend two hours doing devotions. 5 minute Critiques at the end of each one.
  • Be Creative and Interesting
where to get more information
Where to get more information

THE BIBLE !!

Use other Governors

Your Christian Book store:

-Faith Family Books & Gifts

Tyndale University & Seminary; Redeemer; Canada Christian College; Canadian Bible Society

Any local Church Book Room

Internet ( Google it !! ) Godtube, YouTube, bluefish.com, sermonspice.com

E-mail me: governing@ccsasoftball.net