Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
The metaphor of the table is a perfect place to begin seeking authentic Christian community.
The three bad definitions for discipleship that you need to recognize and move past.
When Jesus Builds His church, He builds it using disciples just like you.
Great church communication is as balanced and useful as the human hand.
A place’s sign narrative is the voice of the building or place and its owner, revealing the pathways and destinations of the building or space.
If people don’t believe in the WHY behind your vision, they won’t be motivated to help you deliver it.
In an effort to persuade our communications can slip to a place where they stop being clear and become just clever.
The way many leaders approach maturity is to assume that knowledge produces maturity. Since when?
Church leaders must know how their groups (classes, Bible fellowships, etc.) fit into their overall discipleship strategy/process, but many don’t.
Discipleship – the process of becoming like Christ – always begins with a decision.
If we really intend to be like Christ, it should be obvious to everyone around us.
Don’t kill the gospel message in your zeal to communicate quickly and effectively.
Churches will drift without a consistent and constant conviction for discipleship, to disciple people and develop leaders.
Vision casting is critical because people need a picture.
What if, instead of looking to complicated solutions for complex problems, we turned to simple rules?
Leaders of growing organizations have just signed up for a new set of problems.
20 very important, if not the most important things you should know about your church.
How church leaders can leverage technology to grow and strengthen their small groups ministry.
You do not have to affirm seasonal church attendance to reconnect with a seasonal church attender.