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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  • 7 Ways to Help Others Understand the Vision

    A lot of people have great vision. But you’ll never see your vision become a reality unless you communicate it well to others. Many great God-given dreams die in the vision-casting stage. In fact, there are seven particular things you need to make sure your people understand the vision.

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  • Smiling is Not Enough: The Top Ten Mistakes Your Volunteers Make Welcoming Guests at Church

    The Top Ten mistakes your volunteers make when welcoming guests at church.

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  • Leveraging Leadership Development Golden Opportunities

    Look for some golden leadership development opportunities this week, you may be surprised by how many you will find.

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  • The Pastor’s Church Finance Checklist

    If we really trust that God will provide for our churches in all areas, including finances, we may realize that we do not have a money problem; we may have a stewardship problem.

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  • 5 Success Factors in Changing Organizational Culture

    Culture transformation is an advanced leadership skill.

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  • Bearing the Leadership Burden

    As a leader, whether in the home or in the church, we bear the burden for what we are leading, but we also must bear the burdens of whom we are leading.

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  • 12 2nd Tier Practices that Produce First Rate Leaders

    What separates great leaders from not-so-great leaders? There are many things, but these 12 overlooked practices stand out to me as often-missed qualities and characteristics of the best leaders I know.

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  • Understanding the Importance of the Critical Path in Your Next Ministry Project

    Most organizations focus on shiny objectives or contentious discussions or get sidetracked by emergencies instead of honoring the critical path.

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  • Leadership Should Start with Apprenticeship

    I would advise young leaders to go against ego and instant gratification, opportunity and eagerness, yes, even church planting (at first) and consider serving in an existing church for a season in order to be mentored.

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  • Leading Your Congregation to Invest in God’s 5 Funds

    One of the roles of church leaders is to help people see the proper place of money in our lives and the potential reward in eternity when we invest our resources into eternal things.

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  • Moses and the Temporary Nature of Leadership

    Moses understood the temporary nature of leadership and the necessity of succession.

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  • Steps to Measure and Monitor Your Church Ministry Teams

    Few church leaders actually measure and monitor the performance of their church or their ministry team. 


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  • Recharge: 7 Ways to Improve Innovative Thinking

    There are 7 surprisingly simple things you can do right now to ignite your thinking, invigorate existing ideas, and boost productivity.

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  • Good Doctrine Demands We Teach About Money

    If you don’t want the church to teach about money because it’s “none of their business,” you should change the way you see  it.

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  • 7 Types of People You Need to Lose the Most

    The people you are most afraid of losing are the people you most need to lose.

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  • 8 Actions of a Confident Leader in the Face of Conflict

    Conflict should always accompany confidence, because we have the help of the one who knows the end of the story.

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  • Four Rules of Thumb to Get You Started Toward Ministry Innovation

    Here are four memorable little rules of thumb aim to help guide your decision making as you address ministry and organizational challenges alike.

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  • Leading A Cause Bigger Than Ourselves

    We all need a cause bigger than ourselves, which can drive us to action with a holy dissatisfaction.

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  • Lifestyle Generosity: Christians & Tipping

    If we can afford to eat out, we can afford to tip generously. Church leaders would do well to remind their members about this often-neglected topic of witness in the community.

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Recent Comments
Thank you so much for this post, Eric. It's one of those incredibly intersections. For the past few days, I've been studying for an upcoming message called "Carriers" in a collection that focuses on our identity in Christ. The focus of the my study was trying to discover if Joshua ever invested in anyone because of the obvious fallout after his death. And voila! You reiterated this fact. What a sobering baton we have been handed. Thanks for this post and for your work - I value it. Steve McCoy (The 360 Church, Sarasota)
— Steven McCoy (@SteveMcCoy360)
How long does it take not to be a newbie and be included. Many members have been there for years doing life together, raised their children together, and never reach out of their group (cliques) to include others on a regular basis. You see them out during the week together or hear theirs stories on Sunday morning about the good time they had with... while out to dinner this past week. You can even be a member of their Sunday School class.
— Linda
Would the church in Carrollton happen to be Covenant? I live in DFW.
— JV

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