Latino center for mobilization
WHAT IS THE CLM?
WHO WE ARE
WHY THE CLM?
MISSIONS THROUGH BUSINESS
TERRA NOSTRA CAFE
There are 15 steps divided into three meetings; we recommend meeting every two weeks. If you don't cover all of the programmed steps for each meeting, the Timothy still needs to finish Individual Training as homework. Each following meeting will start with comments about the assigned homework.
Note: The Timothy must finish the first homework: "Why Timothy," before the first meeting.
Name of the Timothy:
1. Know the runner
Briefly introduce yourselves and share the story of when you, the coach, were in the same position, searching for a way to start serving God.
Ask the Timothy some icebreaker questions. (Favorite movie and why, what kind of animal would you rather be, etc)
Let the Timothy know that you will be taking notes during the meetings to have a general ledger and make sure they know you will be paying attention in every moment.
Questions to start with
a.) How did you hear about the CLM?
b.) Why are you interested in serving?
c.) Is there a specific way you want to serve?
d.) Talk about Timothy. Do you identify as a Timothy? What does Timothy's life show us about missions?
3. Training History
To make sure the Timothy is really a follower of Christ and to get to know him or her more.
a.) Who is Jesus to you? (Best friend, savior, father, etc.)
b.) Tell me the story of what God has done in your life.
c.) Harmful habits. Is there something in your past or present that is an addiction, negative pattern or attitude, or anything you think could affect your relationship to God and your service to others?
d.) Describe your relationship with God. Do you regularly spend time with God? Do you attend church? Are you involved in any bible study or ministry with your church?
e.) Does your pastor know you're doing this?
f.) Have you been discipled?
What type of runner?
We're here to help you find your calling. But how do we discover what our calling is? How are you going to use your time? Answer these questions with the Timothy and explain that he or she will process this more during the homework.
Talents/Gifts - What are you good at?
Interests - What gets your attention? What do you like doing?
Experience/Education - What have you studied? What were some of the experiences that have shaped your life the most?
Goals - What do you hope to accomplish? What are your dreams?
Passions - What makes your heart beat faster? What makes you excited? What makes you angry?
Opportunities - What resources do you have at your disposal? Do you have any strategic connections? What doors are opening around you? Where do you see God working and how can you join that work?
Have you taken inventory of your spiritual gifts and personality? What did you learn about yourself? If you haven't, do so before the next meeting. (Link in estuturno.org)
Ready to Run:
a.) How much time per week are you able to serve? (If it would help the Timothy, talk more about schedules and help him or her manage the time. You can use a Google calender or excel sheet to help organize.)
b.) Where do you live? Do you have a way to travel in the city? How far are you willing to commute? What areas of the city are most accesible to you?
c.) What is your current economic situation?
6. Know the events
Look at the options available at the CLM. Which of the options on this list appeal to you?
You can choose multiple:
Art (music, visual arts, writing, design, crafts, etc.)
Education (workshops, classes, teaching, etc.)
Communication (social media, photography, writing, design, public relations, etc.)
Computer science and programming
Design (graphic, textual, industrial)
Unreached people groups
People with disabilities
People groups in poverty
Sustainability (recycling, cleaning, environment, etc)
Apologetics (defending the truth of the Bible)
Reaching people from other religious backgrounds
Health and hygiene
Theological education (seminary or Bible school)
Counseling and discipleship
NOTE: Remind the Timothy that we are looking for roles they could play and not just organizations that do what calls their attention. For example: If someone wants to use their administrative gifts, they can serve as the receptionist for an organization that serves kids, even if the Timothy doesn't have the gift of working with kids.
7. First individual training:
For the Timothys:
Complete the homework "God's Calling"
Investigate at least three possibilities on the page
that get your attention.
Share what you're doing with someone from your church
Pray asking for direction for how to get involved in the work God is doing
We highly suggest you take the
Hand in the training log
Fill our the Timothy Log
Pray every day for your Timothy
Prepare for the next meeting
*Share contact information and figure out the best way to communicate (whatsapp, facebook, email, by phone, etc)
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