Vision is not so much written as it is experienced. Vision must be sensed and experienced more than read or heard.
Vision must naturally flows out of as many congregational participants as possible as they give their full heart, soul, mind, and strength to the vision as one part of the journey to fulfill the overall mission of God.
Yes, we eventually need vision in a written form as a personal reminder. And, yes, we need it in written form to share with others and to create a consistent message. It is even all right to memorize it.
More than all of this we need to experience vision in our own lives and ministries as Christian individuals and as congregations. We must be able to talk about vision as a feeling and not just a thought. It must be a personalized story more than a written statement.
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