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Sync Table of Contents

Sync Table of Contents

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Published by Mark Pomeroy
Outline of 12 Sync courses (7 weeks each) in three categories

1. Spiritual Intimacy (4 courses)

2. Unified Relationships (4 courses)

3. Sacrificial Service (4 courses)
Outline of 12 Sync courses (7 weeks each) in three categories

1. Spiritual Intimacy (4 courses)

2. Unified Relationships (4 courses)

3. Sacrificial Service (4 courses)

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Published by: Mark Pomeroy on Sep 19, 2013
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Table of Contents for
Sync: 
Executive Summary on One Page
I.
Phase One Outcomes
 — 
Spiritual Intimacy
: Pursue an authentic and intimate relationship with GodA.
The Big Story
: Overview of how God connects our lives to His story in the Bible. God is interestedin all of life, including government, economics, science & technology, church, family, education,communication & media and arts & entertainment.B.
A Matter of Faith
: Teaching God's plan for reconciliation that empowers new disciples to go outand enable people everywhere to obtain true freedom and security in ChristC.
Love Is The Rule
: Loving God and allowing Him supremacy brings about His rule in every culturalsphere on earth.D.
Time To Change
:
 
Living and ministering with Christ’s authority and compassion prepares His
 people to make disciples and build God's Kingdom on earth.II.
Phase Two Outcomes
 — 
Unified Relationships
: Serve humbly to attain integrity in all relationshipsA.
Skillful Relationships
: Fearing God promotes proper responses to life’s circumstances and to
 people you meet along the way.B.
Character Building
:
 
Deepening one's personal knowledge of Christ builds true faith to enable theliving it out in the world.
 
C.
Operation Credibility
:
 
Understanding your identity in Christ to build credibility in your home,school, workplace and community.D.
Be A Magnet
: Combining Bible study methods and the power of God to develop an attractiveministry the world
can’t
resist.III.
Phase Three Outcomes
 — 
Sacrificial Service
: Make our world a better place through positive influenceA.
Picture the Possibilities
: Transform friends, families, churches & communities through servantleadership.B.
Healthy Lifestyle
: Follow the Holy Spirit to revive, multiply and disciple people in the world.C.
Transformed Communities
:
 
Mobilize both marketplace and vocational Christian workers to build
God’s kingdom on earth.
 D.
Find Your Life’s Mission
:
 
Discover the cultural sphere where God wants you to serve byexamining the Bible's teaching on each one.
 
Table of Contents for
Sync: 
Detail of Each Session
I. Phase One
 — 
Spiritual Intimacy: Pursue an authentic and intimate relationship with GodA.
The Big Story
 Purpose: Overview of how God connects our lives to His story in the Bible. God is interested in allof life, including government, economics, science & technology, church, family, education,communication & media and arts & entertainment.Session #1:
What God’s Old Testament Story Looks Like
- Understand that the Old Testament is a truehistorical document where you can connect your own life experiences to the story of real men andwomen God chose for His Kingdom purposes.)Session #2:
God’s Promise for His People— 
(Genesis 12-15) God initiates a relationship with us even
when life’s circumstances seem out o
f control and in spite of our disobedience.Session #3: How We Follow God
 — 
(Exodus 9; Leviticus 26; Deuteronomy 28-30) Find enjoyment,satisfaction and safety as you obey and become reconciled to God.Session #4: How and Why We Are Able to Obey God
 — 
(2 Samuel 7 & Jeremiah 31) Trust God to fulfillall His promises as we experience life transformation from the inside out.Session #5: Why You Can Trust the Person Named Jesus
 — 
(Matthew 1:1- 7:29) Modeling Christ's presentation of the gospel of the Kingdom teaches repentance of sin, preaches heart change and leads tocommunity transformation in all cultural spheres.Session #6: Why We Can Trust the Work of Christ
 — 
(Matthew 8:1-16:20) Mentoring disciples in the
 power of Christ’s authority reconciles relationships,
which comes to fruition in the midst of spiritualconflict and expands the Kingdom of God on earth socially, physically and spiritually.Session #7: Our Purpose in Life
 — 
(Matthew 16:21-28:20) Teach people to become disciples who actwith Christ's authority in living out an effective kingdom lifestyle through serving, teaching andempowering the oppressed and those without hope and without Christ in their lives.B.
A Matter of Faith
 Purpose: Teaching God's plan for reconciliation that empowers new disciples to go out andenable people everywhere to obtain true freedom and security in Christ.Session #1: How the World Pursues the Good Life
 — 
(Romans 1:1-32) People's ungodly or immoralthoughts and behaviors separate them from God.Session #2: How
 
Religious People Live Their Lives
 — 
(Romans 2:1-3:23) People in the Church separatethemselves from God with religion
 
and man-made rules.Session #3: How to Find True Freedom
 — 
(Romans 3:24 -
4:25) Faith in Christ’s death and resurrection
allows one to enter the Kingdom of God.Session #4: Benefits That Occur in a Relationship With God
 — 
(Romans 5:1- 6:23) True contentment
grows as we experience Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
 Session #5: How to Experience True Freedom and Meaning
 — 
(Romans 7:1- 8:39) Living by the flesh produces frustration and defeat while living by the Spirit yields freedom and victory.Session #6: How to Experience Real Security
 — 
(Romans 9:1-
33) God’s sovereignty results in
individuals being chosen as His children.Session #7: How To Help Others Find True Freedom and Meaning
 — 
(Romans 10:1-11:36 ) God'schildren share their faith so others can believe in the reality and greatness of the Kingdom.
 
 C.
Love Is The Rule
 Purpose: Loving God and allowing Him supremacy brings about His rule in every cultural sphere onearthSession #1: Responsibilities God Entrusts to Us
 — 
(Genesis) Participating in God's reclamation project brings His reign in every area of life including government, economics, science & technology, church,family, education, communication media, arts & entertainment.Session #2: Moral Standards God Designed for His People
 — 
(Exodus) Rejecting enslavement to thisworld by embracing a new culture to show to the world.Session #3: Corporate Spiritual Disciplines God Instituted for His People
 — 
(Leviticus) Drawing near toGod individually and corporately so we can reflect His image and discover His will.Session #4: Logistics and Organization that Allow God's People to Become a Unified Community
 — 
(Numbers) Preparing God's people for Kingdom impact in their "promise land."Session #5: Teaching that Prepares God's People for Kingdom Impact in Our Communities
 — 
(Deuteronomy) Loving God combined with teaching His Word provides blessed message to model andshare with family and communitySession #6: God's "Strategy" for Working Through His People to Accomplish His Purposes on Earth
 — 
(Joshua) Holistic, spiritual development of God's people in every cultural sphere.Session #7: Steadfast Heart of God in Midst of Our Unfaithfulness
 — 
(Hosea) God lavishes grace on his people and promises restoration to them even as they make mistakes and sinD.
Time To Change
 
Purpose: Living and ministering with Christ’s authority and compassion prepares His people to make
disciples and build God's Kingdom on earth.Session #1: How to Create A Revived Atmosphere for Effective Disciple Making
 — 
(Matthew) (Fervent prayer and initiating relationships with others in our communities creates environments for changedlives.)Session #2: How to Produce A Climate for Kingdom Transformation
 — 
(Mark) Demonstrating Christ's power over the material world challenges and equips leaders in spiritual warfare and prayer leading tosupernatural results.Session #3: How to Encourage God's People to Pray Together 
 — 
(Luke) Sharing stories of obedience, partnership and surrender encourages everyone to exalt Christ.Session #4: How to Disciple Those in Various Ethnic and Socio-Economic Spheres
 — 
(John) Sharing our  personal accounts of ministry helps with recruiting laborers for Christ. We become adept at discerningother people's desire to minister. We learn to encourage potential, affirm strengths, cultivaterelationships and promote greater intimacy with God.Session #5: How We Provide Incentive to Become an Authentic Disciple
 — 
(Revelation 1-3) Heavenlyand earthly rewards motivate faithfulness among believersSession #6: How To Develop Long-Term Perspective
 — 
(Revelation 4-22) Compare the outcomes of living in the world versus life in Christ.

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