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Learn to lead is to serve. A. "For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve and give His life a ransom for many." Mark 10:45 B. Mt 25:11, Lk. And John 22:24-26. 13:4, "... r ose from supper, took off her dress up and took a towel, girded himself with it. " C. To serve you must be sure who you are. 1. Insurance like towels 2. The uns ecured bonds of love. 3. The insurance people think of 4. The unsafe positions. 5. Insurance wants to add value to the other six. The unsafe want to receive val ue from others. 7. The most dangerous person that there is an insecure person be cause she always serves itself. II.Estabeleça their priorities according to God's purpose for your life. A. Mt 6:33, "... Seek ye therefore first his kingdom and his righteousness and a ll these things shall be added ". B. Establish your priorities and everything el se will be conforming. C. Success is: 1.Conhecer God's purpose for your life. 2.Crescer to their maximum potential. 3. Without the lives of others. D. Jesus set priorities based on their way ... 1.Ele coped with the distractions of life. (Jn 11:6) 2.Ele responded wisely to t he personal rejection. Church of Peace 2 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership 3.Ele suffered the pain voluntarily. 4.Ele remained in love with His priorities. ◊ Jo. 17:4 "I glorified you on earth, having accomplished the work which gave me to do ...". III.Viva the life of God - Be an example to others. A. Jesus never prayed that someone would believe in Him. He knew that integrity could not be proven with words but must be discerned through the person's life. He never lost time with his accusers. He kept his focus on the target. (Matt. 12 :24). B. Jesus never struggled to look good. He just was good. He made no effort to appear honest. He was honest. He never tried to have a good reputation. He h ad character. IV.Importe with the lives of others. A. The impact of a leader comes not from official titles or positions, but of au thentic relationships. Jo. 4:5-30, 8: 1-11 B. He walked at the fair. He entered the boats of fishermen. He entered the synagogue. He entered people's homes. He went to every place imaginable. C. Lk. 9:6, "Then went out and ran all the villa ges, preaching the gospel and healing everywhere." D. Acts 10:38, "... how God a nointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went around d oing good and healing all those oppressed by the devil, because God was with him " E. There is no success without people. Are the very people who help you be a s uccess and they do not always come up behind you. The truth is that they rarely come on their own. You need to go after them. 1. Success always starts somewhere 2. Success always begins sometime in March. Success always begins with someone.

4. Success starts here, and now with you! V.Renove to himself. Ex David - I Samuel 30:6 A. It seems that faith takes wings when you're tired. B. We need times of refres hing and strengthening our own spirit, or collapse. Church of Peace 3 CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership Rest of 1.Tempo 2.Tempo Reflect 3.Time Assessment 4.Tempo Renewal 5.Tempo Thinki ng VI.Tenha a major commitment. A. Jo. 14:2, "In my Father's house are many mansions. If not so, I would have sa id unto you. I go to prepare a place for you. " B. Although Jesus spoke of the w onders of heavenly things, he never tried to deceive their followers. 1.Ele warned of persecution, Mk. 10:30. 2.Ele spoke of afflictions, Jo. 16:33. 3 .Ele said he would have moments of loneliness. VII.Precisamos show determination and strength when dealing with issues difficult. A. Jesus always woke up very early. 1.Aquele that dominates his time also dominates his life. Mk. 1:35; Js. 6:12; Ex. 8:20; Gen. 19:27. B. Always remained calm in difficult situations. Mat thew 8:25-26, "But the disciples came to wake him, saying, Lord, Salvanos! Peris h! He asked them, then Jesus, Why are ye fearful, O you of little faith? And he arose and rebuked the winds and the sea, and made a great calm. C. Always solved any problem with his opponents without delay. Mt 5:25, "Come to terms quickly w ith your accuser while you are with him on his way ...". D. Always dealt with si n once. Matthew 21:12, "And Jesus entered the temple, drove out all who sold and bought, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers and the seats of those se lling doves." E. Always completed what he started. Church of Peace 4 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership Phil. 1:6, "I am absolutely sure that he who began a good work in you will perfe ct it until the day of Christ Jesus." VIII.Lidere with excellence, always seekin g a higher level. A. The general or leader is always placed in a high position t o take a wider view in order to better lead their army. B. Jesus ... 1. He lived a life of high standards. ◊ Never build your future based on his past. Stop loo king for where it has been and start looking where you're going! Cl. 3:1-2, "... hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on things here on earth ...". ◊ One of the secrets of walking on top of things quite high, it will not look down! 2.Amou his neighbor with a love more noble. I Corinthians 12:31, "... And I step to show you a still more excellent way. " ◊ he saw a woman tired and sore of spirit, which was already five husbands. He sa w beyond the failures of her and, in addition to her reputation. He saw a heart that wanted to be transformed. ◊ In Zacchaeus the crowd saw a tax collector, he

saw a confused man, who wanted a change of life. 3.Liderou with excellence. ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ Jesus ever discriminated against someone because of race, sex, s ocial status or physical appearance. He felt comfortable, both in the presence o f fishermen, as a tax collector. He felt comfortable with men and women, rich an d poor. Jesus recognized the potential that existed in every person. Born of a w oman who conceived it still a virgin, He knew very well what was to have a quest ionable past. He broke the religious traditions of the season. While the Jews co nsidered the Samaritans a lower class of people, Jesus made a point of talking t o them. This is the kind of leader that everyone wants to follow! IX.Escolha and Invest in key individuals who will work with you. Mk. 3:13, "Then went up the mountain and called that he wanted, and they came to him ...". Church of Peace 5 CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership Lk. 6:12-13, "In those days, retreated to the mountain to pray, and spent the ni ght praying to God. And when he awoke, he called unto him his disciples and chos e twelve of them ...". A. One of the biggest mistakes that boards and leadership of businesses make is to choose or hire a leader or executive, then also choose the team with whom he goes to work. Actually, no matter how good the team, if i t is not chosen by the leader. If the leader did not choose his own team and tea m members do not choose to work with such a leader, then the chances of failure are huge! B. Some businesses have also recognized that another major mistake is not investing all that is needed to fill a specific vacancy. We need the right p erson in the right job! Anyone not working. If we had followed the example of Je sus we would not have committed this mistake. C. Even with twelve great men work ing in their proper functions (lembre-se. .. Matthias took the place of Judas), Jesus saw the need to add more a man of high level for their organization. Sayin g that he did everything to reach this man was bit. Saul of Tarsus, on a trip to Damascus, was literally knocked to the ground and blinded by a bright light fro m heaven. Jesus identified himself and told Saul that he would be a great apostl e and gave him orders about how to proceed. That aggressive recruiting! X.Lembre is, there is no success without a successor. A. From the beginning Jesus told his disciples that he would be with them for on ly one time. Sometimes the disciples argued with Jesus, wanting him to stay but, Jesus reminded on occasion that the time was coming from Him. B. Jesus develope d by the successors ... 1.Discipulado Constant ◊ ◊ ◊ ◊ Education or teaching in a practical context. Model or example in a prac tical context. Experience in a practical context. Accountability in a practical context. 2.Avaliação Constant ◊ When you ask the right questions when checking and digging into issues, the pe rson's performance will always improve. 3.Expectativa Constant Church of Peace

6 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership ◊ Both for his actions, and in his teachings, Jesus made it clear that he expected his followers to be fruitful and productive. Jo. 15:1-2. THE INFLUENCE OF LEAD 2nd CLASS "And what you heard from me through many witnesses, it conveys the same men who will also qualified to teach others." II Timothy 2:2 I. Five Different Levels of Influence A.€Obligation - People follow you because it is mandatory. This kind of influence comes simply through an official title or position. The influence y ou have in one's life is positional then not extend beyond the limits of his aut hority in positional lifetime. (Ex. Your boss has an influence on your life unti l you beat the clock that afternoon. If you find any street in the weekend he ha s no right to say anything to you, just at work.) Value Relationship - People fo llow because you want. At this level, people follow the leader even when not req uired. People do not care how much you know until they know how much you care. I f you can not create lasting bonds between you and the led, then the relationshi p will not last long. True leadership lasts through deep relationships. Results - People follow you because of what they have done. At this level people come to gether with an aim or purpose in common. A person recognizes the results of the other and goes to get the same in her life. Usually such people are putting up t he targets of their own interests and creates bonds and friendships for life. Re production or multiplication - People follow you because of what he has done spe cifically for them. When starting to empower others with your wisdom and encoura gement they also begin to be successful in their own lives. Its direct influence in their lives, will play them the good qualities they observe in your life. Yo ur aim is to produce a successor. Success without a successor is failure. Respec t - People follow you because it has accomplished much and for so long that almo st became a legend of the Gospel. (Billy Graham, Luke Huber, David Hogan.) This level is reserved for leaders who have spent a lifetime leading and discipling p eople. It is achievable, but only after many years of proving their faithfulness and loyalty to subordinates. B. C. D. E. II. How to Be a Good Influence 7 Church of Peace CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership A. Humane 1. "To be a leader, you need followers. And to have followers must exist

a trust between the leader and the led. So the most important quality, without a doubt, the life of a leader is integrity. Without it you can not succeed, whate ver their field of action: a football team, the army, or any one group in their work. If your colleagues think any falsehood on their part if they think any lac k of integrity, the leader and his purposes are subject to fail. Your talk and y our walk has to be compatible. So the paramount importance of a leader is integr ity. "(Dwight D. Eisenhower) How to develop personal integrity? a. b. c. Honesty in his speaking commitments kept pure Reasons 2. Sl. 15:1-5, "Who, Lord, shall dwell in thy tabernacle? Who is to dwell in thy ho ly hill? What lives with integrity, and righteousness, and of heart, speaks the truth, which does not slander with his tongue, does no harm to others, nor spear injury against his neighbor, which, in their eyes, has negligible for the repro bate, but honors those who fear the LORD, which vows to harm himself and does no t retract, which does not lend money upon usury, nor take a bribe against the in nocent. Who so ever shall not be shaken. "B. Providing Good Food. 1. • • • • 2. 3. C. Be a person committed to eating well they lead. Always have a good word Wo rship Celebration In cell In Discipleship Prayer and Fasting Be a person full of God's love. Always be learning and then transmitting to others. Believe in people. 1. 2. "Everyone deserves to be valued at the best moments." R alph Waldo Emerson True leaders have the gift of faith: Faith in God • 8 Church of Peace CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership • • D. Faith Faith in other people what can happen. Listen up people. 1. Look at people when they are talking to you. 2. Ask questio ns. 3. Be polite, do not interrupt their conversation. 4. Do not change the subj ect. 5. Check your emotions in relation to the matter in June. Respond to them. E. Identify with others' lives. 1. Understand the mentality of the person - what sh e thinks? 2. Understand the person's heart - which she dreams of being? 3. Enter their boat or their own life. Lk. 5:3, "Going into one of the boats, who was wi th Simon .." 4. Eight keys to help you identify better with someone: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Check the person's past. Find out what the temper of her.€Fin d out what the spiritual gifts it. Look for key things in their lives such as: W hat are their dreams? What makes them cry? What gladdens their hearts. What are their natural abilities. Who do they go? What is their attitude? Where they are on your spiritual life? F. Be an enabler. Church of Peace 9 CTL - Center for Leadership Training

Principles of Leadership 1. Help others to see their own potential. Our lives are not one type of test is th e real thing! People must believe that God created them to accomplish a purpose, to make a difference in this world. His biggest goal as leader is to empower ot hers so that they can be great successes! Eph. 4:11-12, "And he gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists and some pastors and teachers for the perfecting of the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of C hrist. .. ". 2. G. Be a good guide. • A guide is someone who can pass important information because of his experience. • Experience - "Been there, done that!" • Success - "I've do ne it, works like this." • Responsibility - "I want to take you with me, go toge ther." • Communication - Words of encouragement, honest, constant. • Partnership - Let's do it together, 50/50! H. Multiply yourself. • The original purpose of God for man was not just that he be fruitful, but that man has multiplied as well. • Everyone has an innate need to leave an inheritance for their children. KEYS TO GOOD COMMUNICATION 3rd CLASS The leader must be able to share knowledge and ideas to convey a sense of enthus iasm to others. Gilbert Amelio "A man finds joy in giving an adequate response, and the word, over time, how good!" Proverbs 15:23 INTRODUCTION The man spends o n average 70% of their time awake, communicating verbally. The Process of Commun ication, D.K. Berlow. Since 1955, 50% of the cost of the North American economy has been related to communications. Church of Peace 10 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership "If I could go to university, I would concentrate on two areas: learning to writ e and speak in public. Nothing is more important than the ability to communicate effectively. "Former U.S. President Gerald R. Ford. I. Qualities of a Good Comm unicator A. Belief - Believe in what you're talking about. The most powerful wea pon on earth is your soul on fire. 1. Ordinary people become exceptional when sp eakers express their convictions with passion. 2. "The most powerful tool on ear th is a human soul burning with passion." Ferdinand Foch 3. There is no boring s ubject - just boring speakers. B. Expectation - Believe that people can change. 1. 2. 3. There is small audience - just speakers with little vision and lack of faith. If you show interest in their listeners, so they show interest in you. Th e Four Steps of Faith successful communication: a. Faith in God - without that, do only what you alone can do. b. Faith in yourself - without that, nothing will . c. Faith in his subject - without it, will do, but without conviction. d. Fait h in his audience - without it, will do, but without application of some of thei r listeners. The Great Communicators believe in people and people believe in the

great communicators. 4. C. Credibility - Live what you're talking about. 1. All communication involves thre e essential components: intellect, emotion, and Will, that is, thinking, feeling and action. So anything that I want to communicate will involve: a. b. c. d. 2. Something that I know Something that I feel I am doing something good speaker N ote A person must possess these three essential qualities. Two things that the leader can not borrow: Church of Peace 11 CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership a. b. 3. Message view In the first six months of the ministry of a pastor or leader communication prec edes credibility. What you say is the same as you are. For the rest of his minis try credibility precedes communication. What you are is equal to what you say. 4. D. Opportunism - Know when to speak it, and when to stop. Prov. 25:11, "like appl es of gold in settings of silver Is a word spoken in his time." 1. "A stone thro wn at the right time is better than gold given at the wrong time." (Proverb) 2. Learn the "when" and "what" to say. (Some tips) a. b. c. d. Be guided his audien ce, not its subject. Trust yourself to the point of risking changes in your mess age. Worry about the impact on the audience than on your image or reputation.€De termine the acceptance of hearing what they're talking about. E. Creativity - Learn how to speak. Be creative. 1. Studies have shown that there i s a direct link between being predictable or not, in the sense of the impact fel t by the audience. The more predictable the speaker, the less impact. Moreover, the less predictable is the speaker, the greater the impact. F. Application - Learn why talking about and what your goal. 1. 2. "Preach expectin g a verdict" (George Blackston) How to develop a practical message or applicable ? a. Focus on the audience. "In preparation of his message, imagine the people s itting around your desk." (Joseph Parker) Develop an action-oriented subject, or application. The purpose of his message is not to explain a subject, but to ach ieve a target. Wait for a practical response on the part of his listeners. 12 b. c. Church of Peace CTL - Training Course for Leaders

Principles of Leadership G. Freedom - Have fun while you're talking about. 1. When the speaker is serious ab out the climate becomes more overweight. 2. When the speaker does not have any s erious weather is more mild. H. View - Show while you're talking about gestures, words that paint the picture of what you're talking about. 1. People do what they see. I. 2. People feel what they see. Identification - Your audience has to be proud of what you're talking about - what they are needing to hear right now. 1. Three wa ys to identify with his audience: a. He speaks with simplicity. The word communi cate comes from the Latin word communis which means "common." Prior to communica te we have to establish a common ground. The more we have in common, the greater the potential for communication. Know your audience. "When I'm getting ready to reason with someone, I spent a third of my time thinking about myself and what I say and two thirds of my time thinking about the other person and what he will say." (Abraham Lincoln) Include the audience on your subject. Talk to me and yo u're talking to yourself. Contact me and I'll listen. Talk about me and you got me. b. c. 2. Retain only 20% of what we hear, but 70% of what we speak. It is so important to involve members of the family group at the time of the study. J. Influence - Speak in a way that leads people to put into practice the message yo u're preaching. 1. Four conditions to receive a favorable response from the audi ence: a. b. c. d. The listener needs a receptive attitude. The listener must und erstand the benefit that has to listen. The listener must have the capacity to u nderstand what is being spoken. The listener must have the ability to implement what we are hearing. Church of Peace 13 CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership II. A. Some Practical Tips B. Before you preach believe that God is faithful, and yo u are anointed by the Lord who is greater than your knowledge. Preach based on P salm 20. - God wants you to be a total success. Before you preach or teach anyth ing, be prepared. 1. 2. You need to take time to hear God's voice about what he

wants to do through his word. While listening to the voice of God is an attitude of faith. He is sovereign and knows all things. a. b. C. Prepare the way He wan ts. Ex ..... Pray the way He wants. Ex ..... Have faith to appropriate the grace of God to preach and teach. 1. Have faith the time to prepare. Depend on the Holy Spirit completely. It is he who will the work. You're just a channel of God. (Repeat with me) a. b. 2. Have faith receive God's message to the people. (Faith and Power). Always be ready with me illustrations. in do to so

Stand with an attitude of faith before nailing. Total dependence on the Holy Spi rit. a. b. See the natural climate - with this audience. See the spiritual atmos phere - what Spirit you're revealing. 3. Stand in faith at the time, and during the preaching. a. b. Is fully ready to ch ange the message - if God tells you. Is fully ready to change part. 4. Stand in faith during and after the preaching. a. b. At the time of the message believes that God is doing a great work, God is using you. After preaching belie ve God spoke through their lips, and that the Word preached that you will not co me back empty - no doubt the power of God. D. Never forget: - preach with all authority will not let anything intimidate you. 14 Church of Peace CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership 1. Spiritual Authority. a. b. Be sure that you are anointed. I Jn. 2:27. Practicing what is preached - to take seriously what you're doing. 2. Natural Authority. a.€People look at you before you speak. Do things with the he art burn. II Chron. 31:21. Eg, the pastor and comedian. RESOLVING DISPUTES THROUGH CONFRONTATION 4th CLASS "... reprove, rebuke, exhort with all longsuffering and doctrine. "II Timothy 4: 2 The truth is we never use the language of flattery, as you know, nor a cloak o f covetousness. God this is witnessed. II Thessalonians 2:5 "For the LORD discip lines those he loves, as a father the son in whom he delights." Prov. 3:12 If th y brother trespass against thee, go argue with him between thee and him alone. I f he hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother. Question Matthew 18:15 - "When was the last time you lost sleep and for what reason?". Answer - Most often be a pr oblem between you and another person that is a matter of relationships. I. Never fail to confront or correct someone in love A. Only those who confronts love, this is not courage is love. B. When our stude nts making mistakes is an opportunity to help them grow C. How we deal with conf

lict will determine our success. II.Porque is so difficult to confront someone? A. Fear that people will not like us. B. Fear of being misunderstood. C. Fear of being rejected. D. Fear of worsening the situation. E. Fear of the unknown. F. Fear of being transparent. Church of Peace 15 CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership G. Lack of practice. III.Algumas wrong ways of dealing with a situation that requires confrontation A. Prove that you're right - I'm sure - Try to win at any cost. B. Pretend not t o see this - Peace at any cost. C. Ignore the fact - I see nothing, hear nothing . D. Always surrender - humility at any cost, (it really is false humility). E. Ask someone else to take care of the problem F. Let the showdown for tomorrow Defer G. Think no use trying to solve the problem. IV.Como confront - 13 tips for resolving conflicts A. Pray long before confronting B. Make confrontation "sandwich" C. Be humble, g entle and loving. Galatians 6:1 Brethren, if anyone is caught in any trespass, y e which are spiritual, restore such a one in a spirit of gentleness, and guard t hee lest thou also be tempted. D. Resolve conflicts as quickly as possible E. Ta ckle one issue at a time. Do not overload the person with a list of subjects. F. Be specific - describe the person that you realize that he / she is doing that is creating the problem. G. Particularly not in public - Resolve the conflict in particular and never publicly H. Tell us why this issue is important to you I. Only deal with what a person can change. J. Avoid an attitude of superiority. 1. Speak the truth in love with gentleness. What hurts is not what is said but how it is said. 2. Be humble. 3. Bad attitudes are the main reason why conflicts ar e not resolved. Rarely is the problem itself but the attitude of people towards the problem. K. Avoid words such as never and always Church of Peace 16 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership L. Ask what can be done to correct the problem? M. Search first understand and t hen be understood. 1. A good way to understand someone is to listen well to her position before giving yours. 2. Another way is to say: "I'm realizing the situa tion, help me understand how you are perceiving the problem V. Benefits of confrontation A. Remember, confrontation is necessary! Do not rebuke a scoffer, for he hate th ee: and reprove the wise, and he will love you. Proverbs 9:8 He who rebukes a ma n will find, then, more favor than he who flatters with the tongue. Prov. 28:23 1. Treat people with love and affection, but you're not wrong confront it, because the confrontation is necessary! 2. Keep a humble attitude, and ask forgiveness to the manner in which

you confronted someone (was hit in the wrong way), but not the confrontation its elf. 3. We see the benefits of transparency and confrontation. • • • Brings us a better understanding of the problem produces transformation in the lives of those involved. It really makes the relationship grow. 4. Never forget the words of encouragement. Make a point that person understand that their confrontation was based on love for her. Every time we confront each other and we are transparent, we created a growth opportunity for all involved. 5. Once there was a confrontation, always make sure to come back and check that there is no resentment or regret later, and again encourage the person conf ronted. If the problem persists, then search for their leader. 6. Compliment the person for their transparency. VI.De eye on the reaction A.€The reaction is more serious than the error that led to the correction we hav e yet another reason to incessantly, giving thanks to God, is that since you rec eived the word that we heard, that is from God, accepted it not as the word of m en, but also, in truth, the word of God, which, in effect, is operating effectiv ely in you who believe. I Thessalonians 2:13 Church of Peace 17 CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership VI.Algumas remarks regarding Conflict A. Conflict is inevitable. B. Conflict is difficult. VI.Causas Conflict A. Human nature. B. People contentious. C. Embittered and injured people. D. Peo ple carnal. E. Poor leadership. See some proverbs on the subject first. Proverbs 10:17 The way to guard whose life is education, but what leaves reproof goes as tray. 2. Proverbs 12:1 Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but he who hate s correction is stupid. 3. Proverbs 13:1 A wise son hears his father's instructi on, but a scoffer does not answer the rebuke. 4. Proverbs 13:18 Poverty and sham e to befall it rejects the statement, but what saves the rebuke will be honored. 5. Proverbs 15:5 A fool despises his father's instruction, but what serves the reproof is prudent. 6. Proverbs 15:10 Discipline is strict on what makes the pat h, and who hates reproof will die. 7. Proverbs 15:31 The ear that serve the salu tary rebuke in the midst of the wise men have their abode. 8. Proverbs 15:32 Wha t rejects discipline despises his own soul, but what serves the reproof acquires understanding. 9. Proverbs 17:10 Deeper enter censure the prudent than a hundre d lashes a fool. 10.Provérbios 27:5 Better is open rebuke than hidden love. 11.E clesiastes 7:5 is better to hear the rebuke of the wise than to hear the song of a fool. Church of Peace 18 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership

PRINCIPLES FOR THE ADVICE "As oil and perfume rejoice the heart, so the friend f inds sweetness in earnest counsel." Proverbs 27:9 I. Preparation before counseling A. Be filled with the Holy Spirit. B. Pray in the Holy Spirit (praying in tongue s). C. Ask the Holy Spirit the gifts needed to consult with success. D. Ask the Holy Spirit and by faith receives the fear of the Lord, Prov. 8:13. E. Pray spec ifically for the person (s) (s) before the time of counseling. II.Procedimento during counseling A. Get the person with an affectionate greeting. The initial impression of the p erson is very important. Maybe the only opportunity you will have to impact her life for good. While speaking with the desirable always refer to him calling him by name. B. Create a loving environment. It is not difficult to make someone fe el at ease. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Placement of furniture. Lighting. Privacy Contact of the eyes and gestures Avoiding any appearance of evil. C. Be polite. Since the perception and sensitivity to say the right thing withou t being offensive. 1. 2. "Be quick to listen, slow to speak," Tg. 1:19, Ec. 3:7. "Slow to anger" (Tg. 1:19-20, Galatians 5:22-23). Always be in control of their emotions at all times, especially when the other person has already lost its co ntrol. (Eg anger, strong gestures, loud, etc. ..) Initially the person seeking a dvice trusts you. Keeping this initial confidence and gaining more confidence th e person is very important part in counseling. Always seek leave to meet him per son willing to meet with you again if necessary. 19 3. 4. Church of Peace CTL - Center for Leadership Training Principles of Leadership IV.Algumas Tips Advice A. Do not engage in extremely complicated cases. Take these cases to their leade r, he will know what to do. Do not think you have to solve any problem. B. Alway s encourage the person to trust in God and that his problem / to be resolved. Go d is faithful! Do not let people start to depend more on your board than from Go d. His advice should always be derived from the Word of God. C. Avoid marathon c ounseling. It is paramount that both you and advised to be prepared. D. Never ad vise anyone to stop taking medication prescribed by a doctor or stop any activit y prescribed by a professional. That's a decision that must be made by the perso n. If you have questions in this area speak to your pastor. V. Finding the Roots of Problems A. Check the spiritual life, your relationship with God. 1. Spiritual experience s of the past • • • • 2. Salvation Baptism in Water Baptism in the Spirit Level of involvement in the Local Church Spiritual relationship with God in this (prayer,€Bible reading, worship) a. b. c . Relationship with the local church and its leadership. Relationship with his d isciple / a. There is need for repentance and / or refund under any of the above areas? There is no substitute for true repentance. Address first the issues tha t deal with the vertical relationship between a person and God. B. Verify the person's life in relation to itself. 1. How one feels about hersel f? 2. What is the value that the person thinks that he is before God?

Church of Peace 20 CTL - Training Course for Leaders Principles of Leadership Mk. 8:36-37, "What shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world and lose his own soul? That a man give in exchange for his soul? "One soul is worth more than the entire world. Jo. 17:23,26, "... I made known to them your name and s till do know, so that the love with which thou hast loved me may be in them, and I in them." Psalm 139:1-6, 13-18, I thank thee, as fearfully and wonderfully made; "3. Explain to the person as she is precious to God. She has to understand the unique relationship and respect that she has before God the Father Without this understanding is very difficult person to continue walking in what he recei ved. C. Check the person's life in relation to others. 1. Relationships with parents, siblings and relatives. 2. Relationships with people in positions of authority: teachers, pastors, government officials, discipler / a, leader of the group. 3. There is need to release forgiveness to someone? bitterness, unforgiveness or r esentment? 4. He needs to ask forgiveness from someone? Is there any Church of Peace 21st