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Network Participant's Guide

by Bruce L. Bugbee, Don Cousins, Bill Hybels

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The course is okay, but the self-evaluation questions are directed in such a way that they are aimed at where you are currently serving and how much you enjoy it -- if you're already serving in that area and enjoy it, then you've probably already discovered your gifts! What about people who are NOT serving in their church but want to?
Also, the "Giving" category is too narrow because it only allows for financial giving. What about people who are giving because they share things with people? Who share their food, their pens, their toys, loan out their car... those are "giving" people too.

And the videos and such -- cheesy and simplistic.
Maybe the consumer base for this book is too broad and therefore the content needs to be watered down.
  LDVoorberg | Apr 24, 2008 |
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The Network Participant's Guide is for your personal journey through Network's Discovery sessions. It contains all the notes and assessments you will need to identify the three elements of your unique Servant Profile: Passion ('where' you're motivated to serve), Spiritual Gifts ('what' you're equipped to do), and Personal Style ('how' you can best serve). You will also understand God's design for the church and your role within it. Network is a dynamic program to help Christians understand who God has uniquely made them to be and mobilize them to a place of meaningful service in the local church. The participants are also taught the biblical nature and purpose of the church as the body of Christ and the unique importance of each member's contribution. Network works with any size group, from small groups of 4-12 to large groups of 15 to 150 or more. Network can be presented successfully in these different formats: 1. Four sessions of two hours each . . . 3. One-, two-, or three-day retreats 2. Eight sessions of 45 minutes each . . . 4. The one that works best for your church! Over 700,000 people have gone through Network in the last nine years.

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A comprehensive program designed to help participants discover their God-given spiritual gifts, personal style, and ministry passions, and to provide participants with connections to specific ministry opportunities where meaningful service can take place.… (more)

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