Do you find yourself constantly running from one issue to the next without any margin in your life? Do you feel like you are over-committed to such a degree that the truly important things have been slipping a little? Do you wish for a reset button and dream of starting over someplace new, just like you did last time? (How did that work out for you?) Many times we neglect the lasting work of ministry for the instant gratification of solving a problem or being the hero
Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Before we go about the reshaping of the structure or ministry of a church, we first need to experience breakthrough thinking.
Here’s a six-part checklist to help your church begin the decision process for selecting mission partners.
Faced with a mountain of tasks to do and things to accomplish, most of us feel immediately better when we’ve put all of these things on a “to-do list.” But that value is practically nothing unless you find a way to act upon that thing.
It’s often difficult to discern the level of your spiritual growth when you are professionally immersed in spiritually oriented church work.
Imagine a day when every staff member and key lay leader wakes up with a clear and shared understanding of God’s better future for your church.
Every day, in the free time we have available, we have the choice to consume something, to create something, or to cultivate something.
We must cast the vision of that reality to those we lead. We must hold them, and ourselves, to the highest standards of commitment and excellence.
Leaders recruit and influence followers to work together to make a shared vision reality.
Struggles with execution happen because people who need to work together across teams struggle to do so. When coordination falters, so does execution.
Don’t try to be perfect, but do strive to be a pattern of seeking Jesus in a way that those you lead will want to emulate.
All things considered, more and more churches are struggling because they are going longer periods of time without a pastor.
When you keep a kingdom perspective, it will be easier to reproduce leaders rather than recruit followers.
Our lives no longer have clear boundaries. Not only does it seem that our work and personal lives are always open-ended, the two are usually intertwined.
Sharing a definition of leadership development and why it’s important that you and your team define what it is.
If you are failing to reach young families in your community, the reason is probably on this list.
Three ways church branding is similar to cattle ranching.
What if the words we use are limiting the solutions we create? After all, words create worlds.
Identifying and understanding our conflict management styles will usually help us work through conflicts in a quicker and more satisfactory conclusion for all parties involved.
Two questions to process before saying yes to a mentoring relationship.