Apostolic leadership is discipleship, and in this hour, discipleship training must take center stage. Apostolic leadership is the ability to accomplish a purpose by recruiting and motivating others to join a common cause. Apostolic leadership recognizes the importance of strong governing local churches and embraces the apostolic sent-one dynamic by spiritually equipping and deploying every believer.
Learn the 14 Characteristics of Apostolic Leaders:
– Agents of change
– Life long learners
– Spiritually mature
– Flexible and fluid
– Team Players
– Effective Communicators
The Apostolic Team must operate as a wheel within a wheel, going wherever the spirit directs. Everything in a team environment revolves around the spirit of the corps. The goal of the Antioch pattern is maturity and to be sent out. You must grasp the apostolic vision enough to be willing to be sent out. In this powerful message, Dr. Cook identifies:
-The Primary Reason People Don’t Serve in a Church
-The Dynamics of the Antioch Church Pattern and the Need for Teams
-The Importance of Raising People up to be Sent Out
A team is a group of people organized to work together accomplish a common purpose for which they share accountability. Being team-minded takes you from an individualistic mindset to a mission-mindset. This message is overflowing with practical, powerful team building tools you can use immediately. In this message you will learn:
How to Tell the Difference Between Workgroups and Teams.
Three Essential Factors to Building a Team.-Three Stages of Team Building
Common Pitfalls to Apostolic Teams
The 4 Developmental Stages of a New Team, and MORE!
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