Posts Tagged ‘Vision’

Invest in Every Christian Leader Thriving

A Call to Invest in the Multiplication of Thriving Leaders In October 2019,  the Christian Leadership Alliance board of directors changed the Alliance’s mission statement to, “Every Christian Leader Thriving.” This change happened because they envision a world in which all Christian leaders would  steward their lives, resources and callings with Christ-honoring excellence, influence and…

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Culture Over Vision or Mission By Doug Mazza

The Culture far outweighs an organization’s vision or mission. Your culture is more important to your success than your vision or mission. All sustainable success requires a great culture. “May the God who gives endurance, and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, so that with one…

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Wholeness and Belonging By Beth Guckenberger

Only Wholeness and Belonging Wholeness and belonging are part of God’s vision for us. Todd and I are always being asked how many cities we’d like to be doing ministry in ten years from now. I could strike a visionary pose and say,”I hope we’ll be in ten new cities, serving ten thousand orphans with…

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Over-Communicating Your Vision By Dan Cooper

4 Phases of Over-Communicating Your Vision Have you ever thought, “How can they still not get the vision?” This is not that blog about the fact that you need a one (you do). This is not that blog about how to write one, or that it needs to be significant and compelling (it does). Let’s…

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Discover How Vision Births Legacy By Alex McElroy

How do you pursue a vision that leaves a legacy? Do you long to see your vision be completed? If so, you must long for someone to carry on your legacy. True leaders see their vision as more important than themselves. Therefore, true leaders long to see their vision come to fulfillment even if they…

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Dreaming Big By Dr. Bev Upton

The Leader’s Call to Dreaming Big The most important aspect of a vision for an organization is that it evokes passion and hope. The two most important stakeholder groups who must resonate with this desired image of the future are those who work in the organization to achieve the vision and those who financially support…

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Mission Drift By Shawn Manley

It’s Not Mission Drift I’ve served many years in various nonprofit roles, from founder to pastor to board chair. In my decades of training and experience, there is one term that really rankles my feathers: Mission Drift. Mission Drift is often affixed to faith-based organizations. Consultants, speakers and bloggers like to throw around this code…

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God’s Vision By Howard Rich

  Stewards of God’s Vision By Howard Rich ~ If you are frustrated, angry or heartbroken about the way things are, as opposed to the way they could be, you are probably a candidate for a God-given vision. Leaders with a higher goal are never satisfied just going with the flow and doing things that…

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Tired of Vision Casting? By Jeff Anderson

Are you tired of casting vision to raise money for your ministry? By Jeff Anderson ~ Vision casting, you know what I’m talking about. It happens whenever you show (and tell) how a dollar can advance a mission, build a building, fund a budget. And the pressure never seems to never end, does it? You…

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Double Your Ministry By Mike Loomis

There are two keys to communication that can double your ministry. By Mike Loomis ~ Years ago, after selling my second business, I took some time off, painted our house, and volunteered at a local ministry. To my surprise, in three months I was “second in command,” leading four-hundred people and seventy-five volunteers! In just…

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