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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  • 12 Disciplines to Help You Recognize Leadership Identity Beyond Your Title

    Titles are great, but at some point, the practice of leadership must become more important than the label.

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  • The Most Important Decision to Lead By: Ministry Means or Ministry Ends

    If you don’t have clear language for both ministry means and ministry ends, you will necessarily be measuring means only.

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  • 3 Signs Your Team is Getting Along But Not Going Anywhere

    Healthy teams are both aligned AND attuned.

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  • When Generosity Floods: The Bayou Church Story

    Learn from these 4 keys of generosity.

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  • Ministry Leaders: Do You Recruit People for the Task or Reproduce Leaders for the Mission?

    When you keep a kingdom perspective, it will be easier to reproduce leaders rather than recruit followers.

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  • 10 Ways to Reach More People Without Investing a Dime

    How do you reach more people now, even with zero dollars?

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  • 8 Tips on Engaging an Expert for Free Advice

    How to get free advice from experts and time with great mentors.

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  • 8 Steps Toward a Successful Church Revitalization

    Many churches are just a few years away from dying and closing. Church revitalization is an urgent need.

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  • Stewardship is More Than Finances: A Bigger View

    A holistic view of God’s ownership, and our stewardship, of all things.

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  • Four Errors of Church Strategy

    Four common errors in church strategy to avoid.

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  • 4 Strategies for Building and Releasing Ministry Teams

    Four strategies to help you build and release ministry teams in your church.

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  • How to Increase Your Generosity IQ

    If you feel a little behind the curve on the topic of generosity and want to catch up, here are five good reads.

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  • How Cultural Relevance Demands Church Response

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  • Play Church Staff Summer Bingo

    Do more than survive another Summer church staff meeting – play Church Staff Summer Bingo!

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  • Momentum is the Key to Resurgence

    Momentum is the key to leading a resurgence.

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  • The Importance of Movement in Your Ministry

    Winning teams excel in the handoffs, and so do simple churches. They are experts in designing a simple process that produces movement.

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  • 6 Perspectives on Who Should See Church Giving Records

    Who should be able to see what each person gives to the church?

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  • Speaking the Truth in Love to the Culture

    It’s more intimidating than ever to stand up for biblical truths that are seen as politically incorrect.

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  • 10 Solutions to Consider When Your Church Isn’t Growing

    If your church is not growing at all, or declining…well, God isn’t the problem. We are.

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Recent Comments
The general principles here might not apply to all social media situations. The illustration used in the post was Twitter, not a public Facebook page. In that case I think (I am not an expert on Facebook at all) that negative comments should be curated and deleted.
 
— VRcurator
 
Thanks Will. What about a CHURCH Facebook page (not "Will Mancini" but "Main Street Church" Facebook page). If someone posts on my church Facebook page, "This church stinks because of they don't like children!" ... at that point I'm thinking the church probably ought to post ONE well-thought-through response - not ignore it. Is that right in your eyes, Will?
 
— Adam
 
Church is to bring in the lost, to save souls. If you're a believer and come to a church to seek what it can do for you, instead of what you can do for the church, then your in it to be served and not to serve. It's not about you and what you want, it's about the Kingdom and glorifying God. Do your part to help not to run because you don't feel good about the church. True Christians seek God in Spirit and in Truth, all others are seeking a savior and need help getting to there destiny. Help to do the vision, not criticise others for not doing it the way you want. We are one body with different parts moving towards the same purpose. Salvation!!
 
— Dennis
 

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