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149 south panama street montgomery alabama 36107 334 832 hope www community of hope org
149 South Panama Street

Montgomery, Alabama 36107

334.832.HOPE

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what is the community of hope
What Is the Community of Hope?

The Community of Hope exists to proclaim the HOPE of Jesus Christ to the unreached people of Montgomery and the world through multihousing and non traditional church planting.

  • Mother Church-Hope Community Baptist Church… A Church without Walls…Member of the Montgomery Baptist Association.
  • Project Hope-In Partnership with Area Churches to take the Gospel to the unreached.
  • Hope Community Ministries-Respond to the needs of the overlooked and ignored of society and plant churches in their midst.
  • Hope Network-Build relationships and friendships with like minded Christians across the continent, networking for the purpose of beginning a church planting movement in North America through city church development.

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What does the Unreached Culture Look Like? A Cycle of Hopelessness…

Then Jesus made a circuit of all the towns and villages. He taught in their meeting places, reported kingdom news, and healed their diseased bodies, healed their bruised and hurt lives. When he looked out over the crowds, his heart broke. So confused and aimless they were, like sheep with no shepherd, the overlooked and ignored.

Matthew 9:35-36 (The Message)

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  • TWO TYPES OF CULTURE GROUPS
    • (From a Spiritual Perspective)
  • Type A- This group (commonly called “oikos group”)
  • Type B- This group (commonly called “the pagan pool”)

MULTIHOUSING CHURCH PLANTING PENETRATING THE INNER CITY CULTUREMISSIOLOGY 101

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THE PAULINE CYCLE OF MISSIONS

  • The Fundamental Elements of Paul’s Master Evangelism Plan/ Missionary Enterprise
    • The Holy Spirit was the Divine Director- Acts 13:2; 52
    • Prayer was the Atmosphere- Acts 13:1-4
    • The Scriptures were the Foundation- Acts 15:15
    • The Church was the Agency- Acts 15:22

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THE LOGICAL ELEMENTS OF PAUL’S

MASTER PLAN OF MISSIONS

  • Missionaries Commissioned- Acts 13:1-4; 15:39-40
  • Audience Contacted- Acts 13:14-16; 14:1; 16:13-15
  • Gospel Communicated- Acts 13:17-41; 16:31
    • Hearers Converted- Acts 13:48; 16:14-15
    • Believers Congregated- Acts 14:21-22; 15:41
    • Faith Confirmed- Acts 14:21-22; 15:41
    • Leadership Consecrated- Acts 14:23
    • Believers Commended- Acts 14:23; 16:40
    • Relationships Continued- Acts 15:36; 18:23
    • Sending Churches Convened- Acts 14:26-27; 15:1-4

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MOST OF THE INNER CITY RESIDE IN MULTIHOUSING

  • Multihousing- refers to both attached homes and those in close proximity with shared amenities. This would include:
    • Private Apartment Communities
    • Condominium / Association Communities
    • Manufactured Housing Communities
    • Senior Housing Communities
    • Public Housing Communities

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NORTH AMERICA MULTIHOUSING FACTS:

  • More than 30% of North America lives in multihousing.
  • Apartment dwellers have doubled in the past 20 years in North America.
  • By the year 2010, more than half of all North Americans will reside in multihousing.
  • While public housing may remain the residence of last resort, many people choose multifamily dwellings for a variety or reasons, including convenience, lifestyle and community.
  • Once considered the home of the poor, multihousing communities dot the entire North American social-economic landscape, from low income to $5 million dollar homes.
  • 60% (120 million people) of the unchurched of America live in multihousing.

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SPECIAL NOTE….

When outreach efforts to assimilate someone from multihousing to the local church were attempted, the success effort reached only 24%. However, when a church is planted on site, the success rate of retention jumps to 70%!

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WHAT DO THOSE WHO LIVE IN THIS CULTURE LOOK LIKE? WHAT ARE THEIR NEEDS?

LIFESTYLE ....

  • Many who live in this community are very nice, relationship oriented, and grateful for your assistance.
  • Many are in a single parent dwelling, with several children and family members who “stay” there.
  • Many have an income at poverty or below status, working minimum wage jobs.
  • Many are either insured by Medicaid or have no insurance. If they have a steady job, more than likely they will not have medical insurance.
  • Many love their children dearly, and are doing their best to help them succeed in life.

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  • Many encounter on a regular basis an environment that produces the vices of life… drugs, alcohol, prostitution, gangs, drive-bys, etc.; many have experienced jail or have a close family member in jail.
  • Many are either experiencing personally or know of someone close to them that has been killed or wounded violently, or suffering from such horrible diseases such as Aids, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, etc.
  • Many live in a community where the majority of the youth are either dead or in prison.
  • Many do not have a vehicle, thus not allowing them to wander far from their community (many have never been to the mall or Wal-Mart in Montgomery).
  • Many women suffer from the silent sins (i.e. starch, chalk addiction, incest, gang rape, etc.), and several commit acts of prostitution, drug selling, etc. to support addiction, or to survive with needed income.

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  • Many drink or do drugs to escape the hopelessness of their community, home, and personal regrets. The heaviest addiction presently seems to be crack
  • Many are seeking “community,” and will find it with the good or the bad, pending on who gets there first.
  • Many will say yes to almost anything, but don’t always mean it. Politeness generally dictates priority over being honest.

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WHAT DO THOSE WHO LIVE IN THIS CULTURE LOOK LIKE? WHAT ARE THEIR NEEDS?

Theology ....

  • Many have some understanding of God, and generally a holy respect of Him and His people (more so than the suburbs).
  • Many, if asked, know the language of Zion, and speak of some distant church attendance, but are unchurched at present.
  • Many are hungry for a relationship with Jesus, but generally lack the discipline to “stay the course” in the midst of living in the middle of “Sodom.”
  • Many have an “Armenian” background, thinking they lose their salvation when they sin, thus having many hands raised again for “the sinner’s prayer.”

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  • Many have been influenced somewhat by Muslims and Jehovah Witnesses, and some demonstrate the post-modern habit of forming one’s own religion.
  • Many are sincere about their desire to walk with God, and be transformed by His power. They usually do well with small accountability groups who monitor their commitment to holiness.
  • Many feel they have inferior clothing to go to a conventional church, and many do not have the means to get there without asking for a ride.
  • Many are anxious for added events such as literacy, GED, etc. They are genuinely appreciative of your coming to tell them about Jesus, and to help them help their community.

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  • Many respond well with the gospel narratives, and with biblical story telling. One does not need to go through all the “pre-talk” to point them to Christ. They prefer you to “cut to the chase.”
  • Many welcome any kind of “relationship/friendship oriented” meeting (i.e. block party, bible study, sitting under a tree, servant evangelism, etc.) but dislike the “come in, conquer, and leave” mentality that most churches have when dealing with the inner city.

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HOW DO I REACH OUT INTO THE INNER CITY?

  • BE YOURSELF...
    • You have been made in the image of God. You have your testimony and your gifts given by Him. People of all cultures appreciate transparency, and a person that is genuine.
  • BE IDENTIFIABLE...
    • Don’t go “cloak and dagger” trying to fit in. Identify yourself and your purpose as clear as you can. People of all cultures appreciate honesty.
  • BE SENSITIVE...
    • They are dealing with a much harder life than you. Constantly ask yourself, “What would Jesus do?”

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  • BE SIMPLE...
    • Many can’t read or suffer with learning disabilities. Use gospel narratives to share the plan of salvation. Use the “KISS” formula.
  • BE CONFIDENT...
    • Don’t go in fear, but with power, love and a sound mind. You don’t need to be consumed with the danger. This robs you of the joy of building friendships.
  • BE FRIENDLY & RESPECTFUL...
    • Nobody likes a wise guy in any culture. Don’t dare look down upon them!

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  • BE COURTEOUS…
    • Eat what’s before you, accept their hospitality. Don’t give “body language” signs of caution, or mistrust.
  • BE PRAYERFUL…
    • Unless the Lord saves them, everything you do is in vain. God will use you and your personality. Trust Him!
  • BE POSITIVE…
    • Treat them like Jesus would. Hover around John 3:16. Point them to hope, God’s word, and a better day in Christ.
  • BE HELPFUL…
    • Look for ways to help, but not to take over. Always see everything as a partnership. Be careful to get their opinion and blessing before starting a project. Meet the need and plant the seed!

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MULTIHOUSING CHURCH PLANTING

PROBE .. LEARNING ALL YOU CAN ABOUT YOUR TARGET AREA

WHY DO A PROBE?

  • A Probe helps you to understand your Target Group
  • A Probe helps you to understand your Strategy
  • A Probe helps you to understand how to Pray
  • A Probe helps you to understand the Needs of the Community
  • A Probe helps you to understand the DNA of the Community
  • A Probe helps you to understand the Possibilities in the Community

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  • PROBING DEVICES
    • ScanUSA / www.scanus.com
    • www.reply.com
    • Claritas Prism / www.claritas.com
    • National Multihousing Council / www.nmhc.org
    • Website browsing … key links … demographics, census, city site, community site
    • Drive around … ask questions to business people and neighbors outside the territory. Drive the community and observe the people, the homes, the cars and the yards.
    • Research the Multihousing Company

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  • Talk to surrounding churches … Can we partner? Is there any history? Are they there for us or against us?
  • Do a history of the City, Community, People Group, etc.
  • Do a Community Needs Survey… Ask the people in the community you are to serve several questions, such as:
  • What are the greatest strengths to your community?
  • What are the greatest weaknesses?
  • What do you consider as the greatest needs in your community?
  • How can we best assist you and your family?
  • What do you think about God? Church? Their relationship with Jesus? Ask if there are any needs you can pray with them.
  • Ask them what they think about you planting a church in their community?

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SPIRITUAL MAPPING

  • Spiritual Mapping is a means by which you examine beneath the surface of the material world, looking at the spiritual habits and history of the community and defining any spiritual strongholds.

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  • What is the spiritual health of the area?
  • Are there any strongholds that stand out?
  • Has evangelism been easy or hard?
  • What is the health of the surrounding churches?
  • Who are the Christian leaders in the area?
  • How is their spiritual health?
  • Is there any sign of unity?
  • What is their view toward
    • morality
    • church
    • spiritual things?

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SPIRITUAL REFLECTION FROM THE PROBE

  • What specific issues rise to the surface from all of your research? Form a Prayer team to start praying immediately over these issues.
  • Self & Team Reflection: What kind of theology to I have about missions?
  • What kind of strategy is the Lord telling me from this probe?
  • Am I truly seeing these people through the eyes of Jesus?
  • If not, why?
  • Is there a firm sense from the Holy Spirit that He is directing me specifically to this place?
  • Does my team have the “go” light from Jesus?

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  • Is our team united in purpose?
  • Are we prayed up and the demons prayed down?
  • Do I have others outside my team praying earnestly for this project?

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30 Day Prayer Guide For

Unreached People

(Page 29)

Praying The Tabernacle

(Page 31)

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PRAYING YOUR FRIENDS TO CHRIST

  • We Must Pray…
    • Because It’s God’s Heart (1 Timothy 2:1-4; Matthew 6:10; Romans 10:1)
    • Because of the Condition of the Lost…
      • They’re blind (2 Corinthians 4:3-4);
      • They’re bound (2 Timothy 2:25-26; Ephesians 2:2; Colossians 1:18);
      • They’re condemned (John 3:18);
      • They’re under God’s wrath (John 3:36; Ephesians 2:1-3); They’re helpless (John 6:44, 65; Colossians 2:13);
      • They’re hopeless (Ephesians 2:12).

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HOW DO WE PRAY FOR THE LOST?

  • Pray With Praise and Thanksgiving (Psalms 100:4; 1 Timothy 2:4)…
  • Pray According to the Promises of His Word (2 Peter 3:9; 1 John 5:14; Mark 10:27)...
  • Pray for Laborers (Luke 10:2)…
  • Pray Remembering Where You Once Were (Ephesians 2:4-8)…

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PRAY FOR THE LOST INDIVIDUAL(S)…

  • Pray for Receptive Hearts (Luke 8:5,12)
  • Pray that their Eyes will be opened (Matthew 13:15)
  • Pray for their Attitude adjustment (John 16:8)
  • Pray for them to be Released to believe (2 Timothy 2:25-26)
  • Pray for their Transformation (Romans 12:1-2)

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PRAYER WALKING …

  • Jericho Prayer Walk…
    • Seven times or Seven Weeks… Pray and talk to the people. Be a gentle witness. Ask them what you can pray with them about. Discover People of Peace & Goodwill.
  • Servant Evangelism Prayer Walk…
    • Meet the need and plant the seed!
  • Peripheral Prayer Walking / Driving…
    • Have people go on a regular basis praying down strongholds and praying up your spiritual quest of reaching that community.

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THE ABC’s OF PRAYER WALKING… KEEP IT SIMPLE!

  • Keep your eyes and ears open.
  • Listen, and then speak.
  • Go with a partner or two.
  • Move slowly so that God may move fully.
  • Claim God’s promises.
  • Anticipate the devil’s interference.
  • Expect God to answer your prayers.
  • Tell people that you are praying for them and their neighborhood.

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Final Thought …

Remember … NEVER do we accomplish more …

Quicker… than when we’re praying!

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MULTIHOUSING CHURCH PLANTING

DISCOVERING & DEVELOPING

A PERSON OF PEACE

PERSON OF PEACE …

Sometimes called “a person of good will,” this individual is someone who is receptive, of reputation, and is a person of referral.

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EVERY COMMUNITY WILL HAVE PEOPLE OF PEACE …

  • Demoniac- Mark 5:1-17
  • Woman at Well- John 4;
  • Cornelius- Acts 10;
  • Lydia- Acts 16:11-15;
  • Philippians Jailer- Acts 16:29-34).

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FINDING A PERSON OF PEACE

Luke 10:2-11

A Person of Peace will:

  • Welcome You
  • Speak Kindly to You
  • Be a Person of Hospitality (i.e. Invite you into their surroundings/ home)
  • Have a Heart of Compassion
  • Share a Similar Vision
  • Sense the Need for Change

Note: You will find in this person an instant friend, who will open the door to others. Make this your base of operation, and your first indigenous leader.

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Neil Cole and Paul Kaak, Organic Church Planting…

“Often, the person of peace has the church meet in their home and may even be the new leader of the emerging church. A church that starts this way is unique in that it is born out of the harvest, is found among the harvest, and is bent on a mission to continue to reach the lost.”

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DEVELOPING A PERSON OF PEACE…

  • Become a Friend-
  • Accept Hospitality-
  • Go Out to Eat
  • Fellowship on a Regular Basis
  • Form a Prayer Triad
  • Meet Regularly to Mentor
  • Be The Coach
  • E. Have An Exit Strategy …
    • The person of peace must get off the “training wheels” of your hands-on leadership, or church planting will not take place.

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The Governance of Twelve…

  • Mark 3:13-15
  • Call Those You Have Influence Over
  • Meet Regularly (Caught vs. Taught)
  • Purpose-
      • Be With You (Fellowship)
      • Carry Out the Work You Started (Kingdom)
      • Build Their Own Ministry (Their G12)

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HOW TO PRODUCE AN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY

OF BELIEVERS

“That which was from the beginning, which we have heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we have looked at and our hands have touched- this we proclaim concerning the Word of life.”

1 John 1:1

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Cell Church- the living organism of the body of believers in small groups for the purpose of worship, experiencing God, ministering to one another and ministering to and evangelizing the community.

“A New Testament church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believers who are associated by covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel to the ends of the earth” (Baptist Faith & Message, 1998).

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WHY DO CELL CHURCHES DEVELOP AN ORGANIC COMMUNITY?

BECAUSE IT’S…

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  • BIBLICAL…
    • God is a God of Community (Genesis 1:26; 2:18)
    • Jesus had twelve disciples (in fact, every rabbi had small learning groups).
    • The early church met in houses (Acts 2:46-47; Acts 20:20;Romans 16:3-5; Colossians 4:15; Philemon 2)

The first church building was built in 323 A.D. The church has not seen such dramatic growth as it did in the first three centuries when they began utilizing buildings as the principle place of worship.

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  • HISTORICAL …

John Wesley, founder of the Methodist church, utilized cell groups as the core of his divine strategy for evangelism and discipleship. It resulted in a major awakening in England during the Industrial Revolution (known as the Wesleyan Revivals).

  • Follow Up: Wesley would follow through with small groups from larger mass meetings (Whitfield Campaigns).
  • Field Churches: Led and operated by “lay preachers.” These men were circuit riders, overseeing several areas.
  • Class Meetings: These small groups were broken down from the field church into groups of twelve.
  • Accountability Groups: These smaller groups were more serious, and had approximately three people. To enable a person to become more like Jesus, and follow the “methods of holiness.”

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  • BENEFICIAL …

The reward of following the “cell-church” approach to evangelism has a true simplicity and economic benefit. Homes, Community Centers, even shade trees are used to get the gospel where the “rubber hits the road”

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THE CELL LESSON

  • A cell lesson is different than the conventional approach of teacher/pupil western learning. It is experiential/ didactic learning, meaning that…
      • THE HOLY SPIRIT IS THE TEACHER,
      • THE BIBLE IS THE TEXT (2 Timothy 3:16-17),
      • AND EVERY PARTICIPANT A LEARNER.
  • With this small-group approach the group doesn’t build on the teachings of a person but on the Holy Spirit’s power to open the truth to one’s heart. The leader provides direction for the cell church as a whole, but anyone can facilitate the lesson, thus training every cell participant to one day be a future cell leader. All cell lessons are designed with the above approach in mind.

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Wayne Jacobsen, Why I Don’t Go To Church Anymore…

“I’m sorry to burst your bubble here, but every major heresy that has inflicted God’s people in the last 2,000 years has come from organized groups with “leaders” who thought they knew God’s mind better than anyone around them.”

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Adult & Youth usually follow this general order (approximately 1 hour to 1.5 hours, pending on region; be sure to honor people’s time)…

Welcome & Announcements (Refreshments are made available on table)

1-2 Praise Songs (Use CD, Guitars, Acapella, etc.)

Prayer Needs and Group Prayer (Time for Confession & Healing)

Cell Lesson/ Generic Discovery Questions (led by a facilitator):

    • a. What did you like best in this story?
    • b. What did you see that brings conviction to you?
    • c. What do you not understand?
    • d. What did you learn about God?
    • e. How can you apply the truth of this story in your life?
    • f. What truth would you like to think about until we meet next?
  • Invitation to make Decisions
  • Announcements/ Offering/ Closing Prayer/ Dismissal

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CHILDREN’S CELLS

Usually follow this general order (no more than an hour)…

Recreation

Songs

Prayer

Bible Story

Invitation to make Decisions

Related Craft Activity

Closing Prayer (Hold Hands in Circled Group)

Snacks

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Your Ultimate Goal !

Indigenous!

Enter An Area

Evangelize the Community

Equip & Disciple

Empower the Leaders

Exit the Area Leaving Behind …

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  • Self Governing
  • Self Supporting
  • Self Expressing
  • Self Teaching
  • Self Propagating …

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