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

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  • Your Best You: Uncover Calling

    Your reason for being is certainly developed in your personal life, but it’s possible to create it with your work life, and in doing so, serve others.

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  • Killing Leadership Drift

    Leaders must constantly lead against the natural drift towards friction, confusion, and underperforming.

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  • Generospitality Part One – The Missing Piece of Every Church Growth Model

    Beyond gathering, eating, singing and serving, the Acts 2 Church pursued one practice above all others.

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  • The Small Gap Creating a Big Problem in Your Communication

    Communication and creative work is only as good as the strategy that drives it.

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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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  • Growing as a Leader: Physically

    When thinking of growing physically, it’s easy to gravitate toward the big ideas of eating healthy, getting plenty of exercise, and having a healthy sleep pattern over a period of time. Micro-resilience, on the other hand, takes almost no time, and works almost immediately.

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  • 4 Characteristics of a Relational Leader

    Relational charisma is a kind of personal magnetism that everyone can have. If you want it, and if you are willing to work on it intentionally, it’s yours to develop.

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  • Vision Moves Your Church in these Four Ways

    Leadership does not happen without vision. Vision is meant to inspire, engage, and capture the heart. In the church, vision statements are common, but not enough of them move the congregation to action.

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  • How to Make Crisis an Opportunity for Growth

    Every crisis is a leadership opportunity. Daniel is a great model for how to pray during a time of crisis. His prayer is a great model for believers who find themselves in a period of crisis.

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  • Your Best You: Find Purpose

    Deep in our hearts, we all want to find and fulfill a purpose bigger than ourselves. Only such a larger purpose can inspire us to heights we know we could never reach on our own.

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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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  • How to Deal with Leaders Who Question Change

    Leadership is, in part, the process of helping people see the need for change, embrace the vision for change, and then implement the change.

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  • Five Foundational Questions Church Leaders Need to Ask

    What questions should every church be asking if there were to be a serious conversation about its future?

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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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  • Growing as a Leader: Mentally

    You began an amazing learning journey the day you were born, and it continues to this day. While you may associate “learning” with your younger self, learning continues all throughout your life – or at least, it should.

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  • Why Integration is Better than Balance in the Work-Life Tension

    Five ways work-life integration has been a better approach for me than work-life balance.

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  • The Great Commission is NOT these 4 Things

    Do you ever think about what the parting words of Jesus do NOT say?

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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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  • Lasting Changes Require this One Thing

    Making a significant change in your church is at least a five-year job, if not a 10-year commitment. If you’re not willing to stay for the necessary time, don’t make the changes.

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