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Faces: Familiar and Fresh . Leadership for a changing heartland. An overview of our session. The changing reality. My town and The urban millennium. The changing Heartland. Let’s talk about it. The urban millennium. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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The changing face of the heartland division

Faces: Familiar and Fresh Leadership for a changing heartlandThe changing face of the heartland division

1An overview of our sessionThe changing realityMy town and The urban millennium

The changing Heartland

Lets talk about itFind another person from a different corps. Share. Listen. Then share what the other shared.4More people live in urban places today than in any other time in human historyMore and more of urban life and culture exists in rural places and small townsThe urban millenniumThe urban millenniumDemographics 2% in 1800 13% in 1900 more than 50% in 200720th century from 220 million to 2.8 billion

Megacities (Tokyo, Delhi, New York City, Sao Paulo, Lagos )

The emergence of global cities100 cities account for 30% of worlds economyCenters of innovation

Slums and disparity

Intercultural competenceA framework and skills

Intercultural competence frameworkIntercultural competence frameworkAttitudes respect, openness, curiosity and discoveryKnowledge the importance of understanding the world from others perspectivesSkills observation, listening, evaluating, analyzing, interpreting, relatingInternal Outcomes flexibility, adaptability, ethnorelative perspective, empathyExternal Outcomes effective and appropriate behavior and communication of the individual in intercultural situations

DISCUSSIONKaleidoscope Bible Study processRespectful Communication GuidelinesMutual InvitationKaleidoscope Bible StudyRespectful communication guidelinesR = take RESPONSIBILITY for what you say and feel without blaming others (I)E = use EMPATHETIC listeningS = be SENSITIVE to differences in communication stylesP = PONDER what you hear and feel before you speakE = EXAMINE your own assumptions and perceptionsC = keep CONFIDENTIALITYT = TRUST ambiguity because we are not here to debate who is right or wrongMutual invitationLeader shares firstLeader then invites another to shareThat person is given the privilege to invite another to shareIf you are not ready to share yet, say I pass for nowIf you dont want to say anything at all, say pass and invite anotherWe will do this until everyone has been invitedWe invite you to listen and not to respond immediately. There will be time to respond and ask clarification questions after everyone has had an opportunity to share.Kaleidoscope bible StudyInvite everyone to affirm the Respectful Communication GuidelinesInform participants that we will read the Bible passage and share our reflections 3 times

Luke 4:14 - 21Then Jesus, filled with the power of the Spirit, returned to Galilee, and a report about him spread through all the surrounding country. He began to teach in their synagogues and was praised by everyone.When he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up, he went to the synagogue on the sabbath day, as was his custom. He stood up to read, and the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was given to him. He unrolled the scroll and found the place where it was written:

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,because he has anointed meto bring good news to the poor.He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind,to let the oppressed go free,to proclaim the year of the Lords favor.And he rolled up the scroll, gave it back to the attendant, and sat down. The eyes of all in the synagogue were fixed on him. Then he began to say to them, Today this scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.Kaleidoscope bible StudyFirst ReadingInvite participants to capture a word, a phrase or image when listening to the passageInvite someone to read the passageTake a moment of silence to capture a word, a phrase or image that stood out from the passage for themUsing Mutual Invitation, invite each person to briefly share his or her word, phrase or image (This should take no more than five minutes)Insert scripture passage after this slide Acts 15:17Kaleidoscope bible StudySecond ReadingInvite participants to consider the second question appointed for this passage. Is Jesus showing a preference? Do you have your own preferences?Invite someone to read the passage a second time.Take a moment of silence to reflect on the question.Using Mutual Invitation, invite each person to share his or her reflection.Kaleidoscope bible StudyThird ReadingInvite participants to consider the following question while listening to the passage again.What does God invite you to do, be or change through this passage?Invite someone to read the passage a third time.Take a moment of silence to reflect on the question.Using Mutual Invitation, invite each person to share his or her reflection.Kaleidoscope bible StudyEnd the session with a prayer circle:Invite participants to join hands in a circle. Invite each person to mentally complete the sentences:I thank God today I ask God today The leader will begin by sharing his or her prayers. After sharing, the leader then squeezes the hand of the person to the right as the signal for that person to share their prayers.If the person does not want to share, he or she can simply pass the pulse to the next person.When the pulse comes back to the leader, he or she can begin the Lords Prayer and invite everyone to join in.Other tools from KaleidoscopeThree Things About YouCultural MakeupYour Cultural Makeup TodayIceberg Analogy of CultureThe Table ExerciseClarifying QuestionsCreating A Grace Margin

Salvation Army: external such as uniform. Internal such as who is related to whom. External such as red song book. Internal such as holiness. External such as red kettles and thrift stores. Internal such as abstinence. SA terminology. Traditions and history, both of the SA and local corps. Eschatological views. 24Iceberg analogy of cultureThe first step toward constructive profound (adaptive) organizational change is for its members to know the organizations cultural iceberg especially the internal cultures.Creating a grace marginNegotiate for timeSet parameters (no surprises)Respectful Communication Guidelines Include a diversity of God images throughPrayers Kaleidoscope Bible StudySongsLiturgical framing of each gathering

Information and practical toolsIndex Mundi Kaleidoscope mission

Index Mundi (on Intersections blog Heartland Division page)

Kaleidoscope Institute

Territorial Multicultural Department (Karen and Alfredo).

Callahan Discoveries About MissionInsert session focus photograph or image28Intersections blog

urbanmissionblog.wordpress.comThe mission based corpsOne excellent missionA giftDecisive eventsThree to five peopleMutual