Advance Your Vision

Start here to get clear about your future by using the Vision Framing process. As a result, you’ll be clear about your mission, values, strategy, measures and more.

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Advance Your Vision

Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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  • 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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  • Inspiring Communication Series: Convey One Truth

    Keep your vision stories simple by communicating one simple truth.

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  • Using Definition and Repetition in Your Leadership Language Helps Keep Your Culture Steady Against the Winds of Change

    When it comes to articulating a direction, I have learned that when the leaders are sick and tired of presenting and discussing, people are just then starting to grasp it.

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  • A Simple Strategy for Church Communication: Engage

    Engaging your audience is most successful when you start with the goals of your communication in mind and work backwards.

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  • Sharing a Social Network Gospel

    Our gospel message must never change, but the way we deliver that message must be constantly updated to reach each new generation.

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  • Make Your Sunday Bulletin Simple AND Effective

    How many announcements should you include in your Sunday bulletin? Pretty much… none.

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  • Inspiring Communicators Start With WHY

    To help others see change, the leader must understand how to unlock the imagination.

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  • A Simple Strategy for Church Communication

    Church communication isn’t for the benefit of the church; it’s for the benefit of members and guests.

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  • How Vision, Alignment, and Generosity Became One Church’s Future

    Dream big, get focused, pray boldly, and enjoy the clarity.

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  • Simplify Your Church Calendar with Five Significant Steps

    Simplifying your church calendar is easier desired, imagined, and said than accomplished.

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  • Does Your Church Possess the Right Skills to Take on Tomorrow?

    When it comes to change, an organization’s biggest enemy is itself.

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  • Four Keys to Clear Visionary Communication

    Do you prioritize the maintenance of week-to-week ministry rather than seeing yourself as a visionary communicator?

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  • Are Your Values Adding Value?

    A wise leader of any organization will spend significant time thinking through and carefully crafting organizational values.

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  • Will Your Church’s Past Become a Slingshot or a Black Hole?

    How can we ensure that the past does not squelch but serve our mission in the present?

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  • From Good to Great: What Great Leaders Know About Casting Vision

    Casting vision & setting goals maps your journey, but resources & a path free of obstacles helps you successfully realize your goals.

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  • 3 Ways to Take the Temperature of the Environment You Lead

    As godly leaders, we are not only responsible for setting the temperature; we are responsible for knowing how the temperature we have set is affecting those who have to live inside of it.

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  • Lead Like Jesus by Making the Conscious Decision to Serve

    If you are interested in developing as a leader by modeling the humble servanthood of Jesus, make the conscious decision to serve.

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  • Intentional Sunsets Bring Beautiful Sunrises: How to Lead Healthy Change in Your Church

    Celebrating change with an intentional sunset builds anticipation toward the beautiful sunrise to come.

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  • 6 Times When It’s a Good Idea to Change Your Church’s Mission Statement

    When should you rewrite your mission?

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  • Three Consequences of a Busy Church Calendar

    Cluttered lives are typically not Christ-centered lives.

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Recent Comments
Great work!!!!
 
— Kate Harel
 
After 47 years of ministry experience, I found this easy to agree with, and very hard to live by. All sorts of pressure applied. Eric Gieger's "Simple Church" was a big help!
 
— Jon Breshears
 
Many thanks Jeff. The American church must rediscover her roots in relational discipleship driven by her leaders. I intend to use your set of questions with our supported missionaries challenging each of them to go deeper and wider as disciples who make disciples. I appreciate you stoking my fire.
 
— Kim William Coutts
 

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