Discover Vision Clarity

Start here to get clear about your vision by walking the Vision Pathway. At the end of it, you’ll be clear about your mission, values, strategy, measures, and more.

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Live Out Your Vision

Once you're clear on vision, you need to integrate it into every area of your ministry.
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  • Developing

    Recruit, train, and organize leaders based on vision.

    Leadership >
  • Intentional

    Reinforce vision with great design and clear language.

    Communication >
  • Duplicatable

    Build systems that support and expand your vision.

    Process >
  • Compelling

    Embed vision deeply in every environment.

  • Conscious

    Reflect vision by using story, symbol, and scripture.

  • Welcome to the Vision Room

    Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.

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  • 6 Environments Your Church Must Choose from When Attempting to Reach the “Nones”

    Much attention has been given to the rise of the “nones” and rightly so. The following 6 types of environments are among those that a church can present to reach “the nones.”

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  • Lessons from Netflix: Church Leaders Who Can See the Future Can Seize the Future

    Whenever culture shifts, church leaders should pay attention. Prudent leaders are taking notes now, because while the change will come later in the church (it always does), change is inevitable and it will be unkind to the unprepared.

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  • Words Create Worlds – The Language We Use Shapes the Culture We Lead

    You can use language as a powerful tool to bring clarity and direction to the teams you lead and the people you serve.

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  • 6 Things Learned from 2 Great Communicators

    Here’s what I’ve learned from two of the best communicators I know, Kevin Myers and John Maxwell.

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  • 2 Simple Questions that Will Align Your Teams for Missional Ministry

    A helpful way to shepherd your people with relationship to the mission of Jesus is to ask two simple questions.

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  • Perfecting Your Pitch by Finding Words that Work

    Here’s a simple, systematic approach to empower people from all walks of life with the tools to perfect their pitch.

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  • Avoiding the Danger of Mission Drift

    There is a tendency in any organization, in any ministry, toward wandering or drifting away from your original purpose.

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  • 4 Ways to Hit Your Rhythm This Fall

    All of life is full of rhythm — but too often the competing needs of ministry, personal and family life can create a discordant tune. Finding the right rhythm can prevent burnout and lead to effective ministry.

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  • Churches Need to Offer What Their Community Needs

    Ask yourself if your church is being as effective as they could be in reaching your community and the unchurched in today’s culture using methods and facility prototypes created hundreds of years ago.

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  • A Church Plant Moves Out of Storage

    How a church literally in storage blew past their goals and greatly increased the generosity level of the church.

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  • Vision Must Be Birthed in the Heart Before It Is Grasped in the Hand

    In the church, the strategy of discipleship can never trump the vision behind discipleship.

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  • 6 Critical Reasons for Developing the “Middle” of Your Teams

    What about the development of middle leadership roles? People have skills and experience beyond entry-level leadership and yet do not desire, are not ready for, or not gifted for – top-level posts. Where are the development strategies for these emerging leaders?

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  • 8 Bad Habits that Keep Your Church Communications Stuck in a Rut

    We can get stuck in a rut when it comes to our leadership and church communications.

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  • Why Having the Right People is Better Than Simply Having More People

    The moment you begin to focus more on who you want to keep rather than who you want to reach, you put the mission in danger.

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  • Clarity of Vision: The Difference Between Status Quo and Achieving Your Vision

    When you clearly visualize the outcome you want in vivid detail and really feel how it feels, it’s hard not to get excited about taking action!

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  • Do Your Homework: 9 Questions to Ask BEFORE Leading a Church Revitalization Effort

    Leading a church revitalization is difficult. Indeed, it can’t be done outside of God’s power.

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  • Snuffing Burnout: Rick Warren’s Advice on How to Discover a Healthy Working Rhythm and Energize Your Team

    The quickest way to destroy a team is to burn them out. Here are seven ways to discover a good working rhythm and raise the energy level of your team.

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  • 6 Steps to Identify and Engage Your High Potential Ministry Leaders

    If we truly want to bring out the best in the people working with us and for us, we must pay attention to them, their efforts, and the results of their labor.

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  • How to Systematically Improve Your Church’s Ministry to Volunteers

    It’s time to take the guessing game out of improving the way our churches recruit, engage, and disciple volunteers.

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Recent Comments
Doesn't the church exist to comfort the souls and consciences of believers? New or old design the focus should be Christ. A good test for this is to invite a group of non-believers [unchurched] as a focus them the designs of churches and have them give their thoughts opinions to questions like this: + What type of business/organization do you think belongs in this place? + What is the first thing you think of when seeing this place? + This facility is designed to be a Christian church....What other uses would you imagine taking place here? Their answers should be enough to tell you how best to design a building that will be purposeful in delivering the central message of Christ-Crucified.
— Mac
So, they're building another one? Seriously? They're can't be anything right about that in America. There is currently over $238 Billion in church edifices in America sitting empty on average 164 out of 168 hours a week. And, you guys dare to preach about good stewardship? We need more edifices? Seriously? Isn't the reason they're still spending countless millions and millions more on new edifices is because they're incapable of working with other mega-star pulpiteers because of their EGO - Elmer Gantry Obsession? If mega-churches are so "successful" then why is the culture getting darker and darker by the day? What identifiable measures can you give beyond the attendance that they are having any real impact on the culture? Research shows we only remember 5% of what is lectured to us. Yet, these mega-churches center the greatest amount of time, energy, and money on getting people to answer a Sunday morning Simon Says cattle call to hear a lecture. Have an explanation? Please, wake up and smell the coffee. Take it Home where the heart is, where it started, and where it belongs!
— Pal's Pen
Thanks for posting.
— Oree McKenzie

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