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PBL Teaching Graphics (from the book)
(Use passcode: PBL)
,Self Assessments (from the book)
(Use passcode: PBL)
Christ’s Wisdom Balances
Includes balances that are not found in the book. (Use passcode: PBL)
Outline of Main PBL Principles
Overview of the foundational principles for understanding and implementing the Presence-Based Leadership model.
Presence-Based Leadership Bookmark
Excellent way to introduce and/or refresh the concepts of PBL for individuals or groups (pg. 34)
Print and cut out bookmarks for each member of your team. Read the definition aloud together while remaining sensitive to the Holy Spirit for His insight. Ask participants to reflect on words/phrases that might stand out to them. Share and discuss the meaning of each word or phrase and how it applies to your specific situation.
Lisa Hosler’s Community Building Ideas: Conversation Starters
Questions and activities to spark community-building conversation in your team gatherings. You may also incorporate some of these for “Worship and Ministry” or “Equipping.”
Sample activities for use during the Equipping time in a leadership team meeting. Helps members better serve as participants on your team.
Worship and Ministry Ideas
Ideas you may use for the “Worship and Ministry” portion of your meeting, designed to express our hearts of worship to the Lord with community interaction.
Interactive Training Ideas
Real-life activities to help introduce and train your team or group in Presence-Based Leadership discernment.
Hearing God Together as a Team: Discerning God’s Direction with and Through Others
Use this outline to help your team understand the basic principles of hearing God together: ASSEMBLE, ACKNOWLEDGE, and AGREE
Interactive Teaching/Learning Design
Principles and practical ideas for developing learning activities that provide the environment for meaningful application, transformation and growth. Includes application of the “5C’s of Leadership” and “Four Aspects of Learning.”