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7 Dimensions of a Spirit- Filled Disciple

Service

Disciples see all of life as a thank you to God’s grace and aim for a humble life of service to God and for others.

(Deuteronomy 11:13–14; Joshua 24:14–15; Psalm 2:11; Matthew 20:28; 28:19–20; Mark 10:45; John 13:3–17; Ephesians 4:1-16; Philippians 2:1–11; James 1:27; 2:14–26; 1 Peter 4:10–11)

PRESCHOOL

  • Know God created them to serve and help others.
  • Learn to serve by imitating others.
  • Express thanks to people who help and take

ELEMENTARY KIDS

  • Disciples understand the meaning and importance of serving and understand that God has a plan to save all people so they may serve Him and each other.
  • Disciples want to help others, and they help out at home, in the church, and in the community.
  • Disciples develop gratitude and respect for the work and service of others, and are willing to help others including those from other ethnicities and cultures.

YOUTH

  • Disciples take the initiative to serve, exemplifying biblical principles, and participate in fulfilling the Great Commission (making disciples) by reflecting Jesus through serving others.
  • Disciples begin to grow as good team members. Whether leading or following, they seek the good of everyone they serve, using all their gifts to honor God and help others.
  • Disciples show gratitude and respect for the work and service of others and understand that service is an act of worship to God.
  • Disciples recognize and develop their God-given gifts, understanding they are an asset to bless others including people of other ethnicities and cultures.
  • Disciples learn to be good managers of their time, talent, and resources, and they begin to discover ways to care for the environment because it is God’s creation.

ADULT

  • Disciples display biblical ethics in all their arenas of service, knowing that their holy life is part of their witness and fulfillment of the Great Commission.
  • Disciples are good team members. Whether leading or following, they seek the good of all they serve with, using all their gifts to honor God and help others.
  • Disciples know the dignity of all their work, and offer it as worship to God.
  • Disciples are an asset to those they work with, and happily work alongside women and men from all ethnicities and cultures.
  • Disciples are good stewards of their time, talent, and resources, including the environment, actively taking care of God’s creation in how they live each day.

 

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