process of “Story-Tuning” your life
Order ID 53563633773 Type Essay Writer Level Masters Style APA Sources/References 4 Language English Pages 5-10 pages
Topic: Story-Tuning Part 1 (Phases 1 & 2)
Your Pastor overheard your conversation with a friend about assessments taken in the process of “Story-Tuning” your life. Intrigued by the topic, he wants to understand more about concepts and codes mentioned below.
We are story-keepers in constant need of story-tuning! “Story-Tuning” is a symphonic process of being and becoming like Christ in a specific relationship. That process, governed by a “GPS” (Guiding Purpose Statement) grounded in a core “GP”(Guide Post), assists in “GM” (Gap Management). Story-tuning draws upon Christ’s preeminent resources and closes the gap between “the me that you are now” and “the me God wants you to be in the near future”. A Story-Keeper utilizes a practical action plan and ongoing meaningful support to become the “Me” God wants him/her to be.
A time for a follow-up conversation is scheduled and now you are digging deep into PACO 825, a course completed in your DMin. cognate. Now that you are a Doctor, the Pastor has hinted at the possibility of you leading the next staff retreat. The theme for this two-session retreat might be something like – “Story-tuning My Life within a Specific Relationship”. Your task in the first session is to explain how to move through the first two phases of the story-tuning process.
Consider this forum to be something like the first two parts of a final project paper. Dig deep into the course and make these two phases rich with nuggets (i.e., good finds). Noticeably draw upon ALL of the course readings, learning activities, and insights from the DISC, Emotional Intelligence, and Adjective Checklist assessments and thoughtfully develop the first two phases in the story-tuning process. Be attentive to your Guiding Purpose Statement’s primary and functional purpose in the story-tuning process.
- The Me I See NOW (i.e., describe the present story)
- Use the symphonic narrative to describe the influences shaping the “Me you see in a specific relationship.
- Note areas of flourishing and languishing, strengths/competencies, shortcomings/blindspots, helpful/harmful patterns/practices, etc.
- NOTE: this is not a fixing session…just be descriptive against the backdrop of God’s grace.
- The Me I Want to Be SOON (i.e., develop a picture of the preferred story)
- Do not fix~just picture your life under the influence of Christ’s preeminent resources and your Guiding Purpose Statement.
- Integrate insights from the readings and assessments.
- What does a more flourishing symphonic narrative look like 60 days out in that relationship?
- Review Content Building Forum Guidelines & Rubric!
- Make sure to use headings (2) so that the most inattentive reader may easily follow your thoughts.
- Use the annotated outline approach. Bullets should have concise, complete, well-developed sentences or paragraphs.
- Foster a “noble-minded” climate for investigating claims through well-supported core assertions (i.e., consider the validation pattern of the Bereans; Acts 17:11). For example, direct quotes and paraphrases of an author’s core notions or key concepts should receive current Turabian form footnotes and a bibliography section.
- Make every effort to prove that you care about the subject matter by proofreading to eliminate grammar and spelling distractions.
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