Welcome to the Vision Room

Welcome to the Vision Room! I am glad you are here, because we built this online “room” just for you.

Over the past sixteen years the Auxano team has focused entirely on our onsite consulting process called the Vision Pathway, helping church leaders experience the freedom and confidence that God-given clarity and well-defined vision provides. Along the way we have created tools like Church Unique which outlines our process and the Vision Deck which jump-starts great leadership retreats. But you want more.

Why? There too many content providers for church leaders who push out average-only content that does not consider your unique vision. As a result, the everyday pastor swims in an ocean of social-media content that is only digestible one cup at a time. And the cupful you reach for may or may not be helpful. Where can you go with confidence to clearly think ahead in ministry?

We believe the Vision Room is the answer. It is built on a structure that presents high-quality content in a meaningful way. Whether you are a previous Auxano client, a fan of Church Unique or discovering our vision clarity products for the first time, you will find great intentionality toward the application of your vision.

How does this work on the Vision Room? First, everything is designed around our Vision Pathway process. Have you walked it yet? If not, follow the five icons in the Discover Vision Clarity section on the homepage. Do you have your own Vision Frame living and functioning well? If so, then you will want to engage the five topics of our Integration Model, in the Live Out Your Vision section.

Second, we have curated all of our content very carefully. We have a high-quality filter and B+ work doesn’t make the cut. Your time is too important and the mission that Jesus has given to us is too urgent.

Third, before leaving the Vision Room, be sure to check out the amazing SUMS Remix book summaries.

Enjoy the Vision Room. I hope you like what you see. More than that, my prayer is that these resources propel you forward as you pursue the unique ministry vision God has placed in you. Let’s go ahead together for the cause and sake of Christ.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Will Mancini

Will Mancini

Will Mancini wants you and your ministry to experience the benefits of stunning, God-given clarity. As a pastor turned vision coach, Will has worked with an unprecedented variety of churches from growing megachurches and missional communities, to mainline revitalization and church plants. He is the founder of Auxano, creator of VisionRoom.com and the author of God Dreams and Church Unique.

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Mr. Troy Reynolds — 04/05/17 9:30 am

Yea! You fixed it!

Troy Reynolds — 04/04/17 9:41 am

I just discovered this today and am looking forward to exploring the content on here. It looks like it could be very helpful. Just an FYI - in your paragraph on not putting out B+ material you have a typo. A little ironic. :-) The third sentence begins with "You time" not "Your time."

Mr. RON WEEKS — 05/13/13 7:44 pm

While I read with great interest your introduction, several key issues are necessary. Emerging churches that open their doors and belief to a community are visions all denominations seek. I have worked to find a functionable Pioneer Mission role project in the USA or Canada that actually are willing to employ and empower open clergy who can raise awareness to revitalization of a church region or denomination. Let's talk and find ways to expand the mission you see, and hopefully this will start a new role for Open Clergy in active work.

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