Prepare a short report of your SEND U responsibilities (one or two significant accomplishments, any potential resource person or training resource that you have discovered, one question that other SEND missionaries have asked you about SEND U)
Review the File Not Found, version 4.
If you like to work with paper, print it out before the meeting.
Note any additional suggestions or changes you would like to make.
Do some initial thinking about the questions (under #5 agenda item) that we will discuss about this curriculum.
My (Ken's) purpose behind these overall Member Orientation Program objectives: “In MOP, I would like to eventually see each session facilitator and each IO logistical coordinator be intentionally seeking to reinforce these common objectives. It is not just Warren's job to teach SEND values; SEND values should be seen in everything we do at the IO during those 2 weeks. Spiritual disciplines that will sustain new missionaries on the field need to be practiced not just for 50 minutes each morning, but throughout the 2 weeks in small groups, in chapel, in our personal examples, etc. So my goal here in suggesting that we develop overall MOP objectives was not to seek to be comprehensive and list every single goal a particular facilitator might have. Rather, I want to primarily identify objectives that span multiple sessions and define the overall impact that the MOP participant walks away with. Everything that is truly valuable should be taught and reinforced in more than one way. I also want to identify the core of MOP's instructional program that will guide the development of a Philippine version of MOP.”