Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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Vision gives you a reason to get up and show up. How is your vision providing purpose in your daily life?
To fight complacency in the church, we must stay hungry evangelistically.
Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Few church metrics come with so much baggage as those centered around giving.
You can trust God. Whatever He starts, He finishes — and finishes well.
The backstory of how Preston Trail Community Church gained extraordinary clarity using Auxano’s Vision Framing Process.
The secret to fighting chaos in your organization is to keep the performance capacities (physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual) fulfilled, as doing so sustains energy levels to perform, to adopt, and to lead.
The seven main buckets of traits from a survey of the landscape of healthy churches.
Boomers and Millennials CAN get along; however, each generation must take a different approach to the other.
Leaders can get the development job done with just these 4 basic questions.
Could you state your church vision if you only had 30 seconds with someone?
Focusing on ourselves will never reveal our life’s purpose. You must begin with God – your creator.
Decision-making is an essential skill for effective leadership. The encouraging news is that decision-making is a skill; you can practice and get better at it.
Ministry to the few is as important as ministry to the many.
When it comes to crafting church vision and casting church vision, the tunnel of chaos is unavoidable.
Like the early church, we ought to display a welcoming posture—confident in our affirmation of orthodoxy and compassionate in our embrace of people made in God’s image. The church welcomes.
If you aspire to truly great leadership, you need to get all the facts pertaining to your operation. And to do this, there is no substitute for getting out of your office and onto the front lines of your organization.
What if your church could get information on guests before they even set foot on campus?
Every church sends a message through how they welcome and treat guests. Not to be hospitable is to prove the message of God’s grace hasn’t impacted the totality of the church.
Amid all of our emphasis in the last few decades on building weekend services that are more attractive to outsiders, there’s an often overlooked factor in church growth: Growing churches are friendly to guests.