Church Teamwork

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Teamwork is work performed by a team towards a common goal. It involves working confidently within a group, contributing your own ideas effectively, and taking a share of the responsibility.

Church teamwork: A group of Christian working together as one towards achieving a common goal. It also involves believing in one another’s idea.

The Bible gives references to the benefits of sharing responsibilities with others. Biblical teamwork and the sharing of responsibilities can be seen as far back as the creation of Adam and Eve when God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone; I will make him a helper suitable for him.” (Gen. 2:18) This scripture applies to much more than Adam’s need for a helper or a teammate. From the beginning God intended that man would live, play, and work with help.

The Old Testament and the New Testament both support teamwork. The notion of someone being isolated in God’s creative order is not the plan of the Creator.

Biblical examples of teamwork
Four Friend TeamMark 2
Team sharing in the first churchAct 4
Team leaders in the early Church: Overseer & DeaconsI Tim 3 A boy, five loaves, two fishes and the disciple teamJohn 6

How team function
Selection of team leaders (Exodus 18: 15-27). Who is willing to be trained? •Placing people in the right place: Begin with a core group •Before nominations of leaders are made, there must be vision Habk 2:2

Benefits of team work
Team development will facilitate numerical growth.
Greater synergy (the use of all gifts) will be experienced •More innovation will take place

I NEED YOU TO SURVIVE

I need you, you need me
We’re all a part of God’s body
Stand with me, agree with me
We’re all a part of God’s body
Repeat verse 1

It is His will that every need be supplied
You are important to me
I need you to survive
Repeat verse 2

(Repeat verse 1&2)

I pray for you, you pray for me
I love you, I need you to survive
I won’t harm you...
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