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Unit 3 (Ch 11-17)
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1. The five functions of the Acts 2 process
a) form the pathway from mission to values.
b) form the pathway from values to vision.
c) form the pathway from the strategic plan to the mission.
d) describe the difference between the vision and the values.
2. A strategic plan should
a) revise the mission of the church to make it more effective.
b) take passion for God and channel it in the right direction.
c) take the inward focus of the church to the next level.
d) alter the values of the church.
3. The primary focus of a strategic plan should be
a) how to develop enduring values.
b) the successful implementation of new ministries.
c) to nurture people to become all that God wants them to be.
d) how to connect the values of the church to the leadership team.
4. A strategic plan should be built around
a) the biblical functions known as connect, grow, serve, go, and worship.
b) the vision and mission of the leader.
c) a numerical growth plan in progressive stages.
d) the biblical priority of spiritual gifts.
5. Connect refers to
a) connecting the mission with the vision.
b) connecting the strategic plan with the mission.
c) horizontal relationships with people and a vertical relationship with God.
d) the connection between people and the values of the church.
6. Giving and receiving help during times of loss or difficulty is a key aspect of
d) strategic planning.
7. The paradigm shift to the priesthood of all believers means that
a) the strategic plan can be developed by the church leaders.
b) disciples are called to receive grace through the body of Christ.
c) leaders are called to be part of the priesthood.
d) each believer can contribute by ministering to others.
8. Systematic Bible study combined with relationships that foster accountability and encouragement are
a) based on the process called serve.
b) related to the mission of the church rather than its vision.
c) facilitated by the process called connect.
d) part of the vision of the church rather than the mission.
9. Truth has a behavioral purpose, a rational purpose, and a(n)
a) relational purpose.
b) instinctive purpose.
c) ennobling purpose.
d) embracing purpose.
10. Systematic discipleship programs have often missed the
a) biblical studies component.
b) missions component.
c) dimension of behavioral activity.
d) dimension of life in the Spirit.
11. Experiencing the truths of Scripture in everyday life
a) is helpful but not essential.
b) leads to unhealthy imbalances.
c) is a key aspect of discipleship.
d) begins in the heart and transfers to the mind.
12. Key aspects of Spirit-empowered discipleship include beliefs, behaviors, and
c) cultural distinctives.
d) having an individualized long-term strategic plan.
13. Systematic study of God's Word
a) is primarily for mature disciples as they learn to feed themselves.
b) is primarily a leadership requirement.
c) should be included at various age levels in the church.
d) should be the main purpose of connect.
14. Equipping and developing the laity for ministry is
a) the concept behind connect.
b) essential for the Acts 2 process called Serve.
c) the basis of transformation.
d) unrelated to growth.
15. Equipping servant-leaders
a) is primarily a pastoral training process.
b) is a central dimension of the ministry of Jesus.
c) affects some areas of leadership but not others.
d) is reflected primarily in the New Testament epistles.
16. Finding one's purpose
a) is based on supernatural empowerment rather than natural gifts.
b) should be an aspect of the discipleship process.
c) is usually based on a consumer mentality.
d) relates to higher callings rather than basic areas of service.
17. Assessment tools to help people discover their gifts
a) should be utilized to discover the values of the church.
b) should be utilized in defining the mission of the church.
c) are useful in the process known as serve.
d) form the pathway from values to secondary goals.
18. Go is an Acts 2 process that
a) changes a church's inward focus to an outward focus.
b) takes priority over all other processes.
c) focuses on helping believers to connect with one another.
d) focuses on gift-oriented ministry.
19. Go is often hindered as a process because
a) funds are often unavailable.
b) local missions are confused with foreign missions.
c) investing in the lives of unchurched people is inconvenient and messy.
d) Christians are too vocal in the workplace.
20. In the textbook, second-hand evangelism means
a) evangelizing without a clear purpose.
b) evangelizing through good works.
c) evangelizing without an ongoing relationship connection.
d) witnessing to people at work.
21. The goal of focusing on a church's strengths is to
a) avoid the impact of weaknesses.
b) use them to make friends and connections.
c) use them to address the weaknesses of the church.
d) become the most visible church in town.
22. The Acts 2 journey
a) is completed when you craft a strategic plan.
b) is completed when you are healthy in the five Acts 2 functions.
c) must be reviewed and renewed again and again.
d) will be altered as the mission is changed.
23. As one of the Acts 2 processes, worship is about
a) transforming the vision into reality.
b) demonstrating a sincere heart toward an unequaled God.
c) expressing the proper emotions to God.
d) emphasizing the music that glorifies the King of kings.
24. Prayer is
a) essentially different than worship.
b) primarily a preparation for worship.
c) one of the chief expressions of worship.
d) often emphasized today to the exclusion of worship.
25. The specific pathway to fulfill the vision is set by the
a) job descriptions provided by the board.
b) concise vision statement.
c) concise mission statement.
d) strategic plan.
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