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"Vision is easy to talk about but hard to create and implement. If your church needs a new vision or needs to upgrade the one it has, these articles, assessments, and devotions provide a great starting point. Challenge your team to lead the church to another level spiritually and strategically.

This 21-page resource offers biblical reflection, wisdom from experienced pastors, and practical tips on how to shape a strong vision."

This Resource contains all of the following:

A Big-Enough Vision
How to reach our church's potential.

Characteristics of a Godly Vision
Ways to test if your vision lines up with God's vision.

Restructuring to Grow
4 signs a redesign may be necessary.

Do Our Ministries Line Up?
The health of your individual ministries may point to vision problems.

Rediscovering Purpose
How one church found a fresh vision.

Make Planning Spiritual
Listening for God while developing church vision.

Birth of a Vision
How God turns circumstances into opportunities.

How Vision Unites
To achieve great things, define the future.

From Mission to Vision to Strategy
Moving from big ideas to big action.

Changes that Count
5 steps to a new future.

Ideas that Succeed
4 test for vision with impact.

Ready for Action
Keep the entire staff headed toward the same destination with clear purpose and enthusiasm.

A Vision to Get Behind
Communicate your vision in a way that gets people excited.

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Clearing Your Vision
The most compelling reason I have for going away to pray is to find what God is saying to our congregation in the context of the larger church.

Topics:Change, Direction, Goals, Growth, Leadership, Master plan, Planning, Strategy, Vision
Filters:Church board, Deacon, Discipleship, Elder, Outreach, Pastor
References:Ezekiel 37:1-14, Ecclesiastes 11:6, 1 Kings 3:7-9
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