LEVEL THREE

CHURCH /OIT LEADER
RESOURCES

ORGANIC DISCIPLES RESOURCES

ONE HOUR COACHING CALL (3 PER YEAR)

Creating Subaccounts for church members

cup of coffee infusions

SHOT OF ESSPRESSO infusions

outreach influence team infusions

spiritual markers assessment - aggregate reports

spiritual markers assessment historical comparison

MINISTRY ACTION PLAN RESOURCES

ORGANIC OUTREACH VIDEOS

OUTREACH SUNDAY PACKAGE

ORGANIC OUTREACH CONCEPT SHEETS

church outreach culture assessment link

church outreach culture report

CHURCH outreach culture historical comparison

ORGANIC OUTREACH FOR CHURCHES VIDEO SERIES

organic outreach for churches online course

ONLINE FORUM

We need to make outreach a part of the fabric of our congregations.  Organic Outreach offers a terrific pathway to lead your church toward a faithful fulfillment of the Great Commission.

Lee Strobel, Author of Case for Heaven and the bestseller, The Case for Christ

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Concept Sheets

One-degree Rule 

Every follower of Jesus has an outreach temperature. It can be hot, cold or somewhere in the middle. This temperature impacts the way we live our life and interact with those who are far from God. It is our responsibility to steward this
temperature and seek to increase it so that our hearts burn hotter for those who are spiritually lost.

Two-degree Rule

The Two-Degree Rule is the concept that we can intentionally push the needle of the church a couple of degrees off dead north and vector some of our resources, time, care, energy and love toward those who are in the community and still far from God.

30-day Rule 

A yearly outreach emphasis won’t do. An occasional pep talk is not enough. Congregations that want to keep the evangelistic fires burning will
discover the need to fuel up every thirty days.

Gospel G.O.G.O 

An easy-to-remember acronym that helps us share the key elements of salvation with people who don’t yet know Jesus.

 

How's Your Spiritual
Growth Journey?

When it comes to determining spiritual maturity we look at indicators in terms of growth, not of achievement. This self-assessment will give you a snapshot of where you are with regard to seven key markers that are important to our spiritual growth.