VISION | 2020

Proverbs 29:18 is Not About Vision-Casting

Jul 8, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by Jared C. Wilson

“Where there is no vision, the people perish . . .”
— Proverbs 29:18 (KJV)

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Leadership, Vision, and the Holy Spirit

May 12, 2020 1:32:29 PM / by Daniel Henderson posted in Vision

For many years, I was a confessed “leadershipaholic.” With a desire to be as effective and influential as possible for Christ, I devoured all the latest and greatest expertise from Christian and non-Christian gurus. Naturally, I hoped to be more respected, productive, and validated as a “leader.”

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Bold Leadership in a Day of Embarrassed Believers

Apr 30, 2020 11:28:21 AM / by Erwin Lutzer posted in Vision

Boldness—holding to your convictions—comes easily when you’re in the presence of your friends; it is more difficult in the presence of those who disagree with you and seek to destroy your reputation. Boldness behind a pulpit is one thing; boldness in a city council meeting is another. Boldness is most clearly seen when you’ve burned your bridges and put your convictions on the line.  

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Who Creates the Vision in a Church?

Apr 22, 2020 10:25:18 AM / by David Fletcher posted in Vision

David Fletcher often receives “Hey Fletch” questions. Church leaders have questions and Fletch’s 35 years as a pastor brings plenty of experience to each one. The following is a common question about the creation of vision in churches.

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7 Ways to Encourage Our Congregations During this Coronavirus Experience

Apr 17, 2020 9:33:45 AM / by Nicolas Ellen posted in Vision

It seems lately when you turn on the television or listen to conversations it all revolves around the Coronavirus, social distancing, lack of ventilators/masks, death tolls, stimulus package, or issues such as, when will the country get back to normal? The Coronavirus experience has changed the way we see life and even now has impacted the way we will live life. But the question for us who belong to Jesus Christ is: “What can we learn from this Coronavirus Pandemic?” As shepherds of God’s flock, we must consider ways to capture the hearts of our members to see this Coronavirus experience through a biblical grid. In other words, we must lead our people to develop a biblical interpretation of this experience in order to manifest godly responses to the pandemic. What is needed is a vision for shepherding our congregations through this crisis. I would like to suggest to you seven things we can glean from this Coronavirus experience that we can share with our flocks.

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Four Ways to Leverage "Social Distancing"

Apr 15, 2020 10:42:12 AM / by Costi Hinn posted in Vision

COVID-19 has changed the way we can “do church” for the foreseeable future, but that doesn’t mean pastors, leaders, and people can’t stay connected.

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Leadership and Vision in Times of Crisis

Apr 8, 2020 12:57:59 PM / by Stephen Davey posted in Vision

As church leaders, we are facing an unexpected challenge. With the outbreak of a global pandemic, life in the church as we know it—along with the rest of society—is on hold. While the world copes with the new normal (at least for the time being), many of us pastors are left to ponder what this means for our ministries.

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How the Ordinances Preach or Undermine Our Preaching

Nov 4, 2019 10:00:00 AM / by Jonathan Leeman

I had the opportunity to speak at the 2019 Shepherds 360 Conference on Communicating Truth (Oct 21-23, 2019), and my lesson was on how the ordinances either confirm or else undermine our preaching. Here are some of the highlights from the message I presented. (The full sermon can be viewed here)

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Three Unchanging Truths for a "Post-Truth" World

Oct 31, 2019 11:03:17 AM / by Jared C. Wilson

I had the chance last week to speak at the Shepherds 360 Church Leaders Conference in Cary, NC to a group of pastors and church leaders on three unchanging truths for a "post-truth" world. Here are some of the highlights from that talk:

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Communicating the Truth About Israel

Aug 5, 2019 11:07:41 AM / by Tim Sigler

Confusion abounds over one of the most important themes in all of Scripture—Israel. Israel may refer to the current political state, the historic land and people of biblical history and prophecy, or even Abraham’s descendants through Jacob whose name was changed to Israel and whose descendants became the Jewish people.

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