When vision is of an excellent, challenging future, then more quality, depth, and quantity is a strong possibility.
Excellent, challenging visions—when acted on with positive intentionality that aligns everything congregations do to fulfill or live into their God-given vision—often result in greater quality, depth, and even quantitative growth.
Mediocre visions that do not empower congregations fail to achieve quality, depth, and an increased quantity of people who want to connect with a Christ-centered movement.
Too often congregational visions are about doing the same things in the same ways with the same leaders targeting the same people. This is not excellence. Congregational visions must involve doing new things in new ways with new leaders targeting new people.
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