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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  • 4 Habits Behind a Successful Guest Experience

    Engaging with Guests is primarily through personal contact, and that starts on the front lines with your team. Here are four activities your church can utilize with your front line teams to help them better engage your Guests.

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  • 8 Tools to Help Get Everyone on the Same Guest Experience Page

    8 tools you can use within your organization to get everyone on the same page when it comes to the Guest Experience.

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  • Can You Handle the Truth? 3 Reasons Your Guests Aren’t Returning

    Have you ever visited a church and then didn’t go back? What are top two or three reasons you didn’t return?

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  • What Would It Take to Elevate the Dignity of Each Guest in Your Church?

    The guest that enters our church should feel welcomed, comfortable, and honored. What would it take to elevate the dignity of each guest in our church? 

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  • 5 Actions Visionary Leaders Need to Take to Engage High Capacity Leaders

    If you’re having trouble engaging high capacity leaders, your problem might not be that you’re asking too much. It might be that you’re asking too little.


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  • Welcoming Your Guests with Effective Website Practices

    Your church website is the first, and most important place to create the feeling that a guest is expected at your church, rather than just able to be accommodated.

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  • Use These 3 Ps to Deliver Guest Experience Magic

    Use the magic of amazement, delight, and enchantment to create a Guest Experience that soars far beyond your Guest’s highest expectations.


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  • 9 Forms of Generic Church Vision that Lead You to Do the Wrong Thing for the Right Reason

    Most pastors are visionaries. But to fully realize the vision of a church, a pastor needs more than a generic sense of the future.

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  • Make Your Guest’s Experience Purposeful

    A long term successful Guest Experience initiative doesn’t happen by accident. 
Make your Guest’s Experience purposeful.

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  • 10 Commandments to Help Deliver a Guest-Friendly Culture

    Here are the ten greatest needs in order to develop a guest-friendly culture in your church.

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  • 3 Destructive Assumptions Made by Pastor Search Teams

    Here are three destructive assumptions made by pastor search teams.

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  • Seven Checkpoints: The Critical First Eleven Minutes at Your Church

    To get really practical and helpful here are “seven checkpoints” in expressing hospitality.

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  • Set HIGH Expectations for Your Guests This Weekend

    The importance of setting HIGH Guest expectations — and why it is so important.

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  • What is the Value of Your Guest Experience?

    The complexity of your Guest Experience is like multiplication, not addition.

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  • Great Vision, Bad Execution: 6 Common Mistakes

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  • 5 Ways Future-Fueled Leaders Curate Contagious Church Vision

    A vision state of mind looks for consistent opportunities to make vision contagious. Here are 5 ways future-fueled leaders curate contagious church vision.

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  • How to Raise the Guest Awareness of Your Congregation

    Every church in America has a guest problem. If the “regulars” in the church aren’t aware that guests are among ’em, that’s the biggest problem of all.

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  • If Guest Experience Were a Hymn

    If your Guest Experience were a hymn, would it elevate the spirits of your Guests?

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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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Recent Comments
I am humbled, and for that reason would love to thank God for Eric Geiger, a minister in the present times where the church so much requires alignment. On the 28th of December 2014, God spoke to me concerning the issue of Alignment in church, self alignment for ministers and since then, I have carried the message to whoever cares. So then, I was curious to find out about which ministers of God have the same message and when I googled "which ministers have addressed the issue of alignment in church today?", I was able to come across Eric's message. I would so much love to connect with Vision Room even more. May the good lord bless you. Sanyu Roberts Director/Founder Rescue Foundation for Children at Risk(REFCAR)
— Sanyu Roberts
nailed it! praying fervently for our church. LM
— lmalstrom
Michael - thanks for this article. I've read it over and over and it keeps convicting / encouraging me. I'm a get-it-done leader who can very quickly breeze thru conversations to get to root cause and fix problems. I really need to develop my leadership to be more long-suffering and remember those problems have faces.
— Doug

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