Advance Your Vision

Start here to get clear about your future by using the Vision Framing process. As a result, you’ll be clear about your mission, values, strategy, measures and more.

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Advance Your Vision

Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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  • Welcome to the Vision Room

    Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.

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  • Joining God in Your Neighborhood: Stop, Look, and Listen

    Becoming fluent in the gospel happens the same way you become fluent in a language  – after believing it, we have to intentionally rehearse it (to ourselves and to others) and immerse ourselves in its truths.

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  • Mobilize Disciples Like the Early Church

    The church’s birth in Acts 2 gives us a great model for how we’ll reach the remaining unreached people groups on the earth. Within the story of these early Christians, we get the biblical foundation for mobilization.

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  • Preaching to the Crowd without Offending the Core

    It will take time and lots of practice for preachers and teachers to be able to rightly divide the word of truth in a way that is both deep and wide—reaching both the believer and unbeliever.

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  • 5 Keys to Communicating Vision Visually

    The greatest teachers and influencers use story as one of their main modes of communication.

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  • Creating an Effective Fund Raising Video

    Will time and money spent on a fund raising video be an investment with a positive return?

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  • Communicate with Intentionality: Clarify Your Message

    The effective leader must spend extra time bridging communication gaps by practicing clarity with words.

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  • Why Your Lows Can be Highs When It Comes to Making Disciples

    Real life is where our faith is honed, grown, and proven. And moments of disappointment are moments ripe for discipleship.

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  • 4 Signs Your Team is Not Communicating Well

    One of the most obvious places where a lack of trust manifests itself is in the communication practices of the team.

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  • Three Non-Negotiables for Raising Funds for the Church

    With solid strategy and approach and these three non-negotiable concepts, increased funding can be on the way to your church.

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  • Leveraging Facebook Ads this Christmas

    Facebook advertising is the most effective way of getting the word out about your church’s Christmas programming and services.

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  • Effective Peer Leader-shift: Creating Collaboration

    A gathering of peers often provides a rich environment for discussion leading to potential solutions to a problem.

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  • You’re Too Busy to NOT Develop Leaders

    You’re busy. Very busy. And you’re multiplying. The question is: What are you multiplying?

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  • Your Phone Battery is Not the Only Thing that Needs Recharging

    The basics of a healthy balance for work and rest are the same for everyone. But because each person’s situation is a little different, each solution is a little different.

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  • 3 Ways to Take the Temperature of the Environment You Lead

    As godly leaders, we are not only responsible for setting the temperature; we are responsible for knowing how the temperature we have set is affecting those who have to live inside of it.

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  • 8 Truths from Timothy Around Leadership

    If you’re a pastor or ministry leader, you can’t help but be drawn to the first and second letters of the Apostle Paul to his young apprentice, Timothy.

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  • Measuring Up: Discern Your Gifts

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  • 10 Mistakes New Pastors Make in Their First Year

    Ten mistakes that too many pastors make during their first year in a new role.

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  • What if “Real Church Growth” Became the New Normal in the North American Church?

    At the end of the day, it’s about this: Real Church Growth = Organized Disciple-Making.

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  • The Ministry Benefits of Weekly Downtime

    Ministry leaders must take a day off each week for the sake of their own health, both physical and spiritual health. Without a time to rest, leaders will burn out or implode.

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