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KIDS TEAM INFO

THIS SUNDAY

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  • Worship (22 min) – 4 Songs
    • Gone
    • Hallelujah For The Cross
    • Defender
    • Powerful God
  • Church News (4-6 min)
  • Campus Director Welcome (2-4 min)

[30 Minute Transition to / from PHX]

  • Sermon

[Steve closes and dismisses]

WELCOME TO CHURCH NIGHT

  • Our next WTCN is January 28th!

MARRIAGE CLASS

  • Marriage Class begins Monday night’s from February 3rd to March 16th @ ROFO. People can sign up through our website!
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2-3s ACTIVITY TABLE

4-5s ACTIVITY TABLE (ROFO 2-4s)

STAFF LEADERSHIP TALKS

Based on the book “Honor’s Reward” by John Bevere

HONOR’S REWARD (definition: valuing)

 IS GOD REWARDING?  

  • 2 John 8 – “Look to yourselves, that we do not lose those things we worked for, but that we receive a full reward” 
  • Psalm 19:9-11 – “The ordinances of the Lord are true and righteous…in keeping them there is  great reward” 

YOU HAVE 2 OPTIONS:  

  1. PARTIAL / NO REWARDS 
  • Mark 6 – home town 
  1. FULL REWARD 
  • Matthew 8 – centurion  

“You can be in the way; or be in it.”

HONOR PRINCIPLE: Those who honor me, I will honor, and those who despise me shall be lightly esteemed – 1 Sam 2:30

  • Honor God by honoring others – Matthew 10:40-42 

 

REMEMBER: What you take for granted you will eventually lose. 

Based on the book “You Win In The Locker Room First” by Jon Gordon and Mike Smith

7 C’s for a healthy culture:

  1. Contagious
  2. Consistent
  3. Communicate
  4. Connect
  5. Commitment
  6. Care 
  7. Culture

CONTAGIOUS:

  • People can feel you from 10ft away
  • Your emotions and feelings affect everyone around you 
  • Leadership is a transfer of purpose, passion, optimism, and belief
  • You can either create positive energy or you can be an energy vampire

BE CONTAGIOUS:

  1. Vision and Mission– We are the most energized when we are contributing to a greater cause. JRNY is building a hospital for the sick, we are a place where broken, lost, addicted, shameful people should feel the most comfortable-and religious, judgmental Christians from other churches should feel the least comfortable. 
  2. With your Belief– Leadership is a transfer of belief (a gift). Optimism is a competitive advantage and when we believe what we are doing has an eternal impact and value, that’s what catches on!
  3. With a Positive Attitude– Never a bad day, only a bad moment. Every moment of the day someone is taking their cues from you! That means someone is always looking to you and following you in everything you do!

TWO BIG NO’S!:

  1. No Energy Vampires– One person can’t make a team BUT one person can break a team. Your energy and attitude is displayed by your body language and your words and you are always being evaluated. 
  2. No Complaining– Complaining is TOXIC! If you’re complaining you’re not leading, if you’re leading, you’re not complaining. 

TRUTH: If you’re not consistent, you’ll lose trust. When you lose trust, you’ll lose your team. 

THINGS TO BE CONSISTENT IN:

  • Demeanor
  • How you dress
  • Attitude
  • Effort
  • Actions
  • Schedule
  • Your philosophy 
  • Wording

1. The key is to be WHO you are no matter WHAT your win-loss record is.
2. Your team must see you stick to your PRINCIPLES and PHILOSOPHY through adversity and challenges.
3. The CHARACTER you posses during the DROUGHT is what your team will remember during the HARVEST.

ASK YOURSELF THIS: WHAT DID I WRECK BECAUSE OF MY INCONSISTENCY?

TWO KILLERS OF CONSISTENCY:
1. MOODINESS

    • When you are moody, people don’t know what to expect. As a result, you lose trust.
    • Don’t change with the wind, be like a deep-rooted tree

2. COMPLACENCY

    • Multiplies like a weed
    • Happens when a team starts to believe prior success will ensure future success.

THREE B’S OF CONSISTENCY:
1. Be consistent in your desire to be great – measure this by your routine and preparation.
2. Be consistently improving fear success not failure.

    • You have to consistently improve if you want to win consistently

3. Be consistently humble and hungry

    • Humble: Don’t think you know it all, see everyone as teachers, be open, don’t let anything get to your head. 
    • Hungry: Are you willing to pay the price for greatness? Be the hardest worker in your job, pursue excellence, love the process

* BE CONSISTENT, NOT COMPLACENT. WE ARE HUNTING THE IMPOSSIBLE.

Communication: When there is a VOID in communication, NEGATIVITY will fill it!

  • The most important thing you can for your team.
  • It’s the foundation of every great relationship
  • It builds TRUST:
    • Trust generates Commitment 
    • Commitment fosters Teamwork
    • Teamwork delivers Results

Greatest Enemies:

  • Busyness and Stress- these activate the reptilian part of your brain
  • Remind yourself that communication and relationship is the most important part!

2 Main Ways To Communicate:

1. Collectively

  •  Share key messages, themes, and principles with your team
  • It’s critical to drive them home- almost to the point of annoying them! 
  • If they sound annoying to you, your just beginning to say it enough!
  • It must be consistent in both spoken word and action! (If you don’t live it, neither will your team)

2. Individually:

  • Get to know your team:
    • Who is struggling?
    • Who needs encouragement?
    • Who needs to be challenged?
  • It’s all about listening
  • Have an open-door policy (we are always available to talk!)
  • Take the temperature of the room- lead by walking around and feeling how everything is going.

CONNECT: Team beats talent when talent isn’t a team! 

  • It doesn’t happen by accident- connection requires intentionality!

Connect > the key to becoming a great team > results – when a coach and team connect with each other, commitment, chemistry, and performance improve.

**The best teams always enjoy being around each other.

HOW TO CREATE A CONNECTED TEAM:

1. Team Building

  • When individuals grow and connect, teams become stronger.
    • do activities
    • read a book/Bible plan together
    • exercises

2. Team Bonding

  • You have to find ways to connect outside of the locker room.
  • When you are truly connected, you will see team members getting together outside of the locker room

When team members connect and build strong relationships, they don’t just work WITH each other, they work FOR each other.

Commitment: It’s not about you! It’s about committing yourself to your team!

  • If you want commitment, it begins with you! 
  • You want to be a pig, not a hen- Hens only give the egg, pigs give their whole body! 

3 Ways To Grow In Commitment:

  1. Lose Your Ego
  • Never blame your team- always take the blame
  • 2 options: teach them to improve or let them go
  • Shout praise in public, whisper criticism in private
  • win/lose TOGETHER! 

2. Feeling is more powerful than Hearing

  • Your team must FEEL your commitment!
  • When we hear from a leader we will learn. When we feel from a leader’s commitment we are transformed.

3. Serve To Be Great

  • Great leaders know their job is to serve their team
  • When you serve, your team grows and so do you!

CARE: Relationships are the foundation upon which winning teams are built.

1. CARING IS A STRATEGY

  • People can sense how much you care
  • Caring makes you stand out! 

To work harder means to CARE MORE

  • When you do, you’ll give more time, energy, effort, and love.

2. HOW TO CREATE A CULTURE OF CARING?

  • A leader who cares creates a team that cares!
  • People know you care when you show them! 
    • Ex. Write a note, serve others, make a call, encourage, smile
  • Never underestimate the power of caring!
  • Everyone wants to be loved 

MOVE FROM TRANSACTIONAL TO TRANSFORMATIONAL

When you begin to think about how you can help people be the best they can be rather what they can do for you, it becomes transformational.

Culture: Drives expectations a expectations drive behavior a behavior drives habits a habits create the future

BUILD IT – Establishing it, teaching it, building relationships, building trust
VALUE IT – believing it
LIVE IT – Doing it in every area of your life
FIGHT FOR IT – Having tough conversations
REINFORCE IT – Reinforcing what was discussed in the tough conversations

“You have to continually fight for it”

  • WE MUST SPEND MORE TIME ON BUILDING CULTURE THAN ON ANYTHING ELSE
  • CULTURE IS WHAT PRODUCES WINS OVER TIME
  • CULTURE BEATS STRATEGY

4 IMPORTANT TRUTHS :

1. Build your culture up and down

  • Buy in has to go all the way to the bottom
  • You notice the crooked picture in the line of straight pictures

2. Everyone creates your culture

  • You need everyone thinking, believing, talking, behaving in sync
  • Alignment is important!

3. Sustained culture = Sustained success

4. You have to know what you stand for!

  • When you know what you stand for you can find the right people who stand for the right things!
  • When you know what you stand for, DECISIONS are easy to make

COMMUNICAITON

  • KD / COORDINATOR: CONTACTING PARENTS DURING EXPERIENCE
    • We will use ClubTexting to contact Parents who may need to attend to their children.
    • Make sure your coordinators are trained on how to login, compose & send the message!
    • It may even be helpful to train a few security teammates to be aware of how to use this process as well!
      • “Hello, your child, _____________, is in need of your assistance. See you soon at the check-in desk in JRNYkids! Thanks, JRNYkids Team”
  • TRAINING NEW TEAMMATE
    • When there is a new teammate scheduled to train, reach out to the trainer and attach THIS document to let them know of the practical steps to take to be an excellent trainer.

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THIS MONTH'S COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Laurel House assists those whose lives have been victimized by domestic violence. Help place victims in homes on the Domestic Abuse Response Team, provide childcare, volunteer at Laurels’ Loft thrift shop, provide meals, or work around the home. Most opportunities are for women only due to the sensitivity of the ministry.

The Clinic has cared for over 135,000 patients who are uninsured and underserved in the Greater Phoenixville area. They look ahead to the future and the ever-changing healthcare environment to be sure they continue to be a safety-net provider for medical care, treatment, and diagnosis, serving the needs of the most vulnerable individuals and families in the area.

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