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Vision Considerations, pt2


Vision Considerations, pt2

Leadership in Context with Keith Tucci

Episode 208

Vision Integration

Integration means making things one. If things aren’t integrated, they aren’t speaking the same language. When integrated, everyone and every ministry is on the same page.

The Church is described in Scripture as a body. We have many parts, and those parts are required to work together. When those parts work together, we have health. When those parts do not work together, we have dis-ease.

1. Integration causes all resources to cooperate. In a local church, you might have a discipleship vision, a mission vision, an outreach vision with very clear missional directives. But if they are not integrated, they can turn into a competition for time, people, and money resources.

2. Integration causes all resources to compensate. If there is a weakness, part of that vision will kick in and help. If you have a limp in one leg, the other one will kick in and pick up the slack.

3. Integration causes all resources to complement each other. They work together to better each other.

One reason a lot of visions fail in local churches is that they are never integrated. It’s just one person’s idea. Not that it doesn’t fit with the vision of the church, it just hasn’t been integrated or thought through. It hasn’t been put into the hearts of the people. It hasn’t been presented in light of everything else being done.

What are the major things your church does (discipleship, youth, outreach, etc.), and is there really integration in those things? Are you doing them and just recruiting volunteers, or are you sharing with the church how critical it is to do them? Are you connecting need to vision and presenting needs in the context of that vision?

Next week, I’ll be talking about how you integrate that vision with people.

Join us next week as Keith Tucci continues to put leadership truth in the context of the local church. And as always, please like, share, rate/review, and invite others to listen. See you next week!

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