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Our original vision may need to be refreshed and renewed. It may need to be accompanied by strategy and action agenda to see its reality.

Our original vision may need to be refreshed and renewed. It may need to be accompanied by strategy and action agenda to see its reality.

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  • Vision Renewal Process Probably one of the most workable Growth Program for your Church & Denomination RGHalili 4.2.02
  • CELL CELEBRATION CHURCH- A VISION
  • Integrated Ministry Approach
    • The Holy Spirit
    • Agenda:
    • Our Vision
    • Our Mission
    • Our Ministry
    • Impact - Goals
    • Being honest
    • with ourselves:
    • Our identity
    • Our Community
    • Our Capability
    • and Condition
    • What?, Why?,
    • When?, How:
    • Our Strategy
    • Action Agenda
    • Our Business &
    • Ministry Plan
    • Commitment &
    • Dedication:
    • Our Resources
    • Our Capability
    • Ability to monitor
    • & implement
    Spirituality Impact Our Life & Work
  • Why vision renewal in our quest for essential growth in our church? Few churches have a clear ministry vision. Consequently they lack focus and enthusiasm in their ministries. In an effort to remedy their situation they often try to create a vision rather than discovering the one that God has for them.
  • Vision renewal is an important process for the average church? vision renewal offers a way for churches to listen to God collectively and discover His agenda, and the future He has for them. The result is a focused church with a realistic vision that makes a Kingdom impact.
    • Vision Renewal Process (VRP) provides an easy-to-follow structure that the leadership can use to monitor progress and sharpen the church's effectiveness.
    • Healthy Churches have a vision! This is nothing new. But, where does the vision come from? Some suggest from the Pastor or leadership team. Actually, however, it is God's vision the church needs not the pastor's or the leadership's. The church's vision must come from God.
    • Healthy Churches have a vision given by God, received and owned by all. The greatest thing a pastor and leaders can do for the people is lead them in a discovery of the destiny God has for them.
  • • What is the Vision Renewal Process ? Vision renewal is a discovery process for churches to follow when they are not crystal clear on what God wants them to do and how he wants them to proceed. Such uncertainty is not to be feared. Rather, it is an opportunity for the church to hear what God is saying in a fresh new way.
  • The Vision Renewal Process provides a way for the entire church to face themselves, listen to God, each other and the community and discover exactly what He wants them to do. The result is a vision and plan rooted in reality and embraced by all.
  • Vision Renewal Process provides a way for the entire church ' to discover together the Holy Spirit's agenda for them and their ministry. It leads the church step by step to a discovery of God's VISION for them by:
  • Lastly, vision renewal assists the church in translating their plan into MINISTRY. Growth churches have a vision given by God, received and owned by all, and effectively implemented.  
  • How does the vision renewal process insure congregational ownership? Vision Renewal Process insures congregational ownership by using tools that require the congregation to see and own their needs, realize their opportunities and identify their vision.
  • How long does the vision renewal process take? Once (the church has approved the vision renewal track, the entire process takes thirty two weeks. This timeline may be extended if a church is in pastoral transition, or shortened if many of the stages have already been completed.
  • Spiritual Preparation Prayer (4 weeks) Suggested Timelines & Flow VISION RENEWAL PROCESS RG Halili 17 weeks to discover God’s Vision Drawing the Strategic Plan Action Agenda IMPLEMENT (16 weeks) Casting Vision & Mission (3 weeks) Dev Profiles & Statements (6 weeks) Research/ Collating Info (4 weeks) 33 weeks to the beginning of the Vision Renewal Ministry
  • Who implements the vision renewal process? The majority of work is carried out by a VRP Team, approved by the church, under the guidance of a ‘coaching' leader. However, their work is of little value unless the congregation as a whole is included and valued in all decisions.
  • Leadership Board – U nderstand the process Responsible to recommend it to the membership. Insure the VRP is funded Adjust the church calendar so other events do not conflict with it.
  • Congregation – Prayerfully consider all the issues and information brought to them by the VRP Team . Through the four Congregational Discovery Sessions listen, share and reflect. Make decisions on the basis of the leading of the Holy Spirit.
  • VRP Team – Gathers information from the church and community by listening, Organizes it in a meaningful way and shares it with the church. Like a mirror, reflects as accurately as possible, in an unbiased manner, exactly what the people have said. The VRP Team is usually composed of two person from the church board and four or five members at large.
  • Coach – The coach can be a denominational leader or a lay facilitator who under- stands the process Has the respect of the congregation. He may be a member of the congregation or an outsider. He must have no agenda of his own Possess a commitment to help the church discover the Holy Spirit's agenda for them.
    • Leadership Board –
    • Understand the process
    • Responsible to recommend it to the
    • membership.
    • Insure the VRP is funded
    • Adjust the church calendar so other
    • events do not conflict with it.
    • Congregation –
    • Prayerfully consider all the issues and information brought to them by the VRP Team .
    • Through the four Congregational Discovery Sessions listen, share and reflect.
    • Make decisions on the basis of the leading of the Holy Spirit.
    • VRP Team –
    • Gathers information from the church and
    • community by listening,
    • Organizes it in a meaningful way and shares it
    • with the church.
    • Like a mirror, reflects as accurately as possible
    • in an unbiased manner, exactly what the people
    • have said. The VRP Team is usually composed
    • of two person from the church board
    • and four or five members at large.
    Coach – The coach can be a denominational leader or a lay facilitator who understands the process Has the respect of the congregation. He may be a member of the congregation or an outsider. He must have no agenda of his own Possess a commitment to help the church discover the Holy Spirit's agenda for them.
  • Ministry Development Process WHAT'S RESOURCES ? REDEFINED RESOURCES CURRENT CAPABILITY NEEDED RESOURCES ? NEW RESOURCES PROJECTED CAPABILITY WHAT ARE WE HERE FOR? VISION & MISSION MINISTRY REFOCUSED & REDEFINED FUTURE SCENA RIOS CONTEXT CULTURE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS Future Scenarios
  • Our ministry vision should be based on needs of our target audience and our capacity.
  • Ministry Development Process RG Halili
  • Step6 Conduct another survey after 8-12 Mos Step2 Prepare Survey Questioners Step3 Analyze Profiles Step4 Develop Action Plans Step5 Implementation Process Cycle Step1 Spiritual Preparation
  • Spiritual Preparation Prayer (4 weeks) Drawing the Strategic Plan Action Agenda IMPLEMENT (16 weeks) Casting Vision & Mission (3 weeks) Dev Profiles & Statements (6 weeks) Research/ Collating Info (4 weeks) Suggested Timelines & Flow VISION RENEWAL PROCESS 17 weeks to discover God’s Vision 33 weeks to the beginning of the Vision Renewal Ministry RG Halili
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  • Implement Change Dynamics • Change occur all around us • Methods and systems change but not theology and principles • No growth without change; no change without pain • Change for growth requires courage • God works through the church to facilitate change