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What is the Jesus Plan?

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"I have manifested Your name to the men whom You have given Me out of the world."(John 17:6)


To care

 "While I was with them in the world, I kept them in Your name."

(John 17:12)



"For I have given to them the words which You have given Me; and they have received them."(John 17:8)



"As You sent Me into the world, I also have sent them into the world."(John 17:18)


Evangelism is the first stage in the Plan of Jesus that consists in bringing the good news of Salvation to the lost. This good news is the announcement of a plan of Salvation established by the Father through his son Jesus Christ, according to John 3:16. In this stage, tools such as  The Evangelistic Cube to illustrate the plan of Salvation, and the 4 Spiritual Laws are used.

To Care

To care is to preserve that seed of the word that was sown in the heart of a new believer through personalized attention and pastoral guidance. It is to develop activities of Internal Healing such as a Retreat to strip away all traces of the past that impede the healthy growth of the New Believer.


It is applying the strategy of Jesus Christ to obey Jesus' Command to train Servants to Preach the Gospel with Compassion by winning people for Jesus Christ, and to train other disciples who will be sent to preach in order to transform the city, the nation and the world with the gospel message ... " The DISCIPLE must therefore be productive people, multiplying Disciples who fulfill the Great Commission according to Matthew 28: 19-20.


Commissioning is to send the newly trained disciple who participated in the Retreat of LAUNCH TO THE GREAT COMMISSION and who was officially anointed and ordained (delegate) with power and authority by his pastor or Spiritual Leader to be witnesses of Christ and willing to bear fruit in fulfillment of The Great Commission of Matthew 28:19. This new ordained leader could be able to have his pastor or leader assign him along with his wife or another worker (a Timothy), to open his own Friendship and Connection Groups (GAC's or cell) of weekly Bible study with the address and coverage of their pastor of the Church or congregation to which they belong.

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