Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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A healthy staff can handle difficulties, recognize problems and solve them. It has built-in systems to restore the condition back to health.
Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Here is the second rule of Christian prudence: As you gain all you can, by honest wisdom and tireless diligence, save all you can.
If your church gets serious about developing a comprehensive evangelism strategy, it will cost money!
If people do not think giving to your church is giving to a cause, they need cause-lessons. And you need vision-casting lessons.
Three blind spots that can easily hamper a leader’s effectiveness.
Some outliers and trends are pointing us toward some key directions for the church in the next ten years.
To take John Wesley’s sermon “The Use of Money” seriously would require a whole new way of thinking about how we earn and use money in a world in which others are in want.
Check out this tool to help you think differently about effectively leading and creating surplus giving to unleash vision.
God raises up and blesses and anoints those for great impact on the world those who have sought the Kingdom of God first and foremost in their lives.
Can a church member look at a church budget and know exactly what everyone on church staff earns? The tension is between transparency and misunderstanding.
“Doing more” is usually a flawed strategy. The same goes for being asked to “focus harder.” Focus isn’t simply about choosing to concentrate on a few areas, as most people think.
Titles are great, but at some point, the practice of leadership must become more important than the label.
Clarity isn’t everything, but it changes everything.
We are ending our multisite approach because we practice what we preach when it comes to strategic church leadership. Namely, that methods must be ruthlessly evaluated in light of missional effectiveness. This not only means asking if they are still “working,” but how well they are working.
When it comes to attending church, drift leads to distance and distance leads to disconnection.
The Bible leads with the generosity story right from the very beginning. It doesn’t arrive after the law or when the Temple needs to be built. The Bible just starts with it from the very first family.
Harness the power of storytelling, and organizations and their leaders will win advocates at a larger scale than ever before.
If you don’t decide what’s really important in your ministry, you’ll have people lining up to do it for you.
There are no shortcuts in ministry that will help you in the long run. The deeper you dig, learn, change and grow over many years, the greater the results.