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Strategic Planning
Articles designed to help you understand the importance and benefits of strategic planning.
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This specific theme is designed to help you understand the importance and benefits of strategic planning.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Forward Responsibility 
God's work requires the discipline of planning.

Strategic Planning Made Simple 
Lessons learned from one pastor’s experiences with strategic planning.

Leading Through Change 
What to know before you start.

Should a Congregational Survey be Part of the Process? 
Church surveys can help—but only under certain conditions.

A Winning Plan 
Strategic planning is especially important when congregations are on the cusp of something big.

Giving Communication the Attention it Deserves 
Why churches need to build “communication” into their strategic plan.

Appreciative Inquiry 
What church leaders can learn from this method of diagnosing an organizational culture.

What to Preach Next 
How to implement a “strategic plan” into your preaching schedule.

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Topics:Administration, Communication, Development, Leadership, Planning, Shepherding, Vision
Filters:Business administrator, Facility management, Financial officer, Fundraising ministry, Outreach, Pastor, Stewardship
References:Colossians 2:19, Proverbs 29:18, Hebrews 3:6
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