Your vision is clear and front and center in almost every moment! Great work. Keep refining your vision and articulating future horizons. Don’t get complacent and think you have enough momentum… remember you can NEVER repeat your vision enough times.
Your vision has likely been more clear in the past, but recent circumstances have clouded the focus some. Maybe you’ve never quite recovered from the pandemic, or recent staffing transitions have shifted your team’s energy and attention. Don’t wait on the fog to clear; jump back into what you knew God was calling you toward.
If you need an outside perspective to help you see with fresh eyes, let’s talk!
39 - 51 FUZZY like an icy windshield
Your vision probably feels stale and disconnected, but you know there’s life left in it! Major changes may have happened, and rediscovering what you know to be true feels almost unachievable. It may be time to stop and schedule some intentional time away from the Sunday’s coming grind to first pray and then pray some more. Let God renew a fresh wind in you, then begin to dream again.
You probably need an experienced strategist to help you get going again; let’s talk!
26 - 38 MURKY like a stagnant lake
You’re leading week to week, putting out fires, and keeping the treadmill of programs spinning. It’s time to stop the endless activity and start meaningful ministry again. A total reset may be due for you and the team (or whatever may be left). All is not lost! Be encouraged that God still has work for your church, and it just will not fix itself. Gather one or two trusted leaders and begin to pray for wisdom and workers for the harvest.
It’s way past time to work on your vision; let’s talk!
15 - 25 OBSCURE like a boarded-up window
There’s no way to put this; it’s time to take a step back, reframe the vision, and align your church and leadership to God’s preferred future. Let’s talk!