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Unit 2 (Ch 6-10)
Terms in this set (25)
1. The process of effective discipleship
a) requires biblical knowledge.
b) is unrelated to sound doctrine.
c) is primarily based on knowledge gained from mentors.
d) is unrelated to Spirit empowerment.
2. According to the author, many people today have traded the Pentecostal experience for
c) human intuition.
3. In the pattern of spiritual growth, the fourth category described by the author is
4. The better questions we should often be asking are about
a) the relationship between the structure and the strategy of the church.
b) how we can improve our ministry structures.
c) the people outside the church.
d) how we can simplify our structures.
5. Spirit-inspired passion
a) is based on emotionally connected messages.
b) will make us willing to both live and die for Christ.
c) is infrequent and should not be relied on.
d) is missing from this generation.
6. Assessment questions are designed to
a) reveal what needs to change.
b) shed light on the motives of people's hearts.
c) sort out why bad things are happening in the church.
d) assess the daily lives of the people in the church.
7. Strategic plans must begin with
a) future vision.
b) transforming your current church structures.
c) changing the direction of the mission.
d) an honest assessment of current strengths and weaknesses.
8. It is not healthy to focus your assessment questions
a) on issues that need to be addressed by the leadership.
b) on substantive weaknesses in the past or present.
c) only on the people already at the church.
d) on areas of weakness that may be painful to address.
9. To make an honest assessment it is necessary to
a) survey people in the community for their input.
b) ask the right questions.
c) provide biblical questions.
d) seek for words of knowledge.
10. The Great Commandment tells us
a) the limits of the Great Commission.
b) the need for empowerment to fulfill the Great Commission.
c) how we should go about fulfilling the Great Commission.
d) when the Great Commission applies to the church.
11. The central factor that should govern how we pursue our mission is
a) the divine strategy.
c) making disciples.
12. Knowledge and acts of service should be
a) the primary goals of the disciple.
b) combined to keep you from burnout.
c) our primary testimony to the world.
d) reflective of one's relationship with Christ.
13. Revitalization can begin
a) when a significant number of the people of the church align themselves with the mission.
b) only when a unified church accepts the vision.
c) with just one person who recognizes the need for Spirit empowerment to accomplish God's mission.
d) as a process of translating the values of the church into the leadership vision.
14. According to the IST, relationship is what makes the mission
15. Making a difference in the world
a) is a prerogative of God alone.
b) requires the vision, love, and courage of individuals.
c) is unnecessary in the process of church revitalization.
d) is primarily a matter of power.
16. Vision will
a) never be incorrect.
b) always be based on present reality.
c) never be difficult to carry out.
d) always involve risk.
17. According to the author, vision is the skill of
a) pulling visionary material out of yourself.
b) seeing what is not there.
c) connecting the mission to the growth process.
d) dreaming the future into the present.
18. The vision of the church
a) should not focus on individual people.
b) will not be a guide for strategic planning.
c) can receive inspiration by looking at people and their needs.
d) is based on ministry programs, tools, and practicality.
19. A full vision for your church will incorporate
a) specific mission and vision plans for each individual.
b) the biblical mandate for political justice.
c) written steps of action in visionary form.
d) love for God and love for people.
20. The five functions of the Acts 2 process
a) relate to the mission rather than the vision of the church.
b) should be included in the vision of the church.
c) are not part of the congregational assessment.
d) relate to individual vision more than corporate vision.
21. Core values are demonstrated
a) primarily in one's worldview.
b) in our behaviors.
c) in universal principles that apply to everyone.
d) whenever we speak.
22. What is it that determines whether a person will buy into a vision and get involved?
a) The core values
b) The mission statement
c) The way that the Grow concept is expressed
d) The way that the Serve concept is expressed
23. A church's strengths are
a) not to be the basis for core values.
b) usually unrelated to core values.
c) used to help identify core values.
d) usually related to its mission rather than core values.
24. Core values would not include
a) successful programs of the church.
b) the unity of the church.
c) the importance of prayer.
d) the outward focus of the church.
25. Personal preferences and personal convictions
a) are seldom confused with core values.
b) should be brought into complete agreement in the church, by the Spirit.
c) can take over when strong values are lacking in a church.
d) are usually in harmony with the work of the Spirit in Pentecostal believers.
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