A small team of pastors learning together, overcoming roadblocks and putting plans into action.
Implement is a group coaching program for pastors leading The Vine Project in their ministry. It includes eight face-to-face coaching days, support from a small team of peers, extensive online resources and more. Implement equips pastors with the knowledge and skills needed to lead disciple-making culture change in their context.
Implement Coaching is unique. The pastors in your Implement team are working through the same process, at the same time, with the same end goal. Culture change is challenging and nuanced. Like-minded leaders strengthen each other as they lead the change.
Pastors will be part of a local Implement team of six (approximately). The coaching days will be warm and collegial. But they won’t function as aimless talkfests or group therapy sessions. Implement coaching blends a structured and accountable process with a supportive learning community. The coaches draw on their ministry coaching experience and the knowledge gained from hundreds of TVP teams and churches around the world.
AIMS OF IMPLEMENT
Through Implement pastors and leaders will learn how to:
* Where there is more than one Implement team per city components of the coaching day will be conducted in a larger forum.
“Having a Jesus-centred, Bible-loving, discipleship-focused coach has been one of the most significant ways God has answered our prayers and has been crucial in turning good intentions into a sharper vision, a detailed action plan and a changing church culture. Regular coaching, prayer and follow through has provided a real life-line.”
– Leigh Roberts, Senior Pastor, Bulli Anglican Church, Australia
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What you get
* Each church may include up to two staff members in the program. The second staff member will be half price.
Coaching Days for the Implement Program commence in November, 2017 in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and Brisbane. These days will help you prepare to launch your own Vine Project team starting early 2018.
We are hoping to launch in Adelaide and Christchurch, New Zealand, during 2018.
From the USA, UK, or another country?If you are located outside of Australia and you would like to know how Implement Coaching might work for you, please contact the Vinegrowers team – we would love to discuss forming an Implement team near you.
Program for Coaching Days
This is an indicative program. We will finalise exact dates to suit local regions.
|November 2017 [Coaching Day 1 & 2]|
|1.||Getting Started with TVP (team selection, communicating TVP to the church, identifying leadership strengths and weaknesses impacting TVP; Making the most of the online support; preparing for roadblocks).|
|2.||Preparing for and handling difficult conversations.|
|3.||Developing coaching skills.|
|4.||Preparing for Phase 1: Sharpening Convictions|
* Team members are required to complete all online preparations (through our Implement Coaching Hub) prior to taking part in the coaching days.
** Where there is more than one Implement team per city components of the day will be conducted in a larger forum.
Evaluating Sunday as your Flagship
The Sunday church gathering is perhaps the most significant trellis shaping your church culture. If you want a deeply rooted disciple-making culture every component of your formal gathering must reinforce the culture you are seeking. Getting this right is a crucial component of church-wide culture change.
Through the lens of the 4P’s and 4E’s (discussed in The Vine Project), our coaches conduct a wide ranging in person and/or video evaluation of your formal gathering. We ask the question – ‘How is each element reinforcing or undermining disciple-making culture change’? You will receive a report with recommendations, plus a coaching session for the pastor (with the staff team if preferred).
price per church
“I’m impressed and convicted by how quickly and precisely you are able to diagnose both the culture of our church and myself as a pastor. You understand my personality, strengths and weaknesses so well, I’m amazed.”Chad Haygood, Senior Pastor, Nebraska, USA.