The Marks of Fruitfulness is a summative tool used in the context of a formative process aimed at helping pastors build capacity for Living as faithful disciples, Leading congregations effectively and Developing fruitful ministries in the mission field. A detailed description of the Marks of Fruitfulness tool can be downloaded and printed here.
The evaluation process for the North Texas Conference is available for completion between September 1 – December 15. All appointed clergy and their staff parish (SPRC/PPRC) committees should log into the system with the username and password provided by email. All evaluations should be completed no later than December 15.
If you have general questions, please contact your District Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year Clergy and S/PPRCs are asked to complete the Profile, Review and Evaluation forms. These 3 forms assist the Cabinet in making decisions for the upcoming appointment season. The Bishop and Cabinet will begin using the information from these forms in January.
You should ALWAYS begin any online form completion at the NTC website for Clergy and S/PPRC's End of Year Reports HERE
Please click the below associated instructions for login information. If username or password assistance is needed, please contact your District Office or email email@example.com
If username or password assistance is needed, please contact your District Office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completing the Marks of Fruitfulness Evaluation
Review the Marks of Fruitfulness Evaluation Description to become familiar with the skills and competencies that will be evaluated.
To maximize your time, it may be helpful to use the above mentioned document to capture and save comments. Copy and Paste (using Ctrl-V) into Marks of Fruitfulness.
When beginning work on the evaluation, please allocate 20-25 minutes to complete.
Each "mark" will require a comment that supports your rating. This is a free form, so add any information that will be supportive. If the "mark" has not been demonstrated, please select "not observed.