We desire for churches to grow, mature and multiply. There are times in the life and season of a church where leaders need a deeper facilitation to once again live into the vision that God has uniquely given. We offer several consulting options for churches and leaders to select from, from short one day consultation, to long term consulting projects.
Our desire is to see disciples being made through healthy churches planting healthy churches. There are times in the life and season of a church where leaders need to more intentionally live into the vision that God has uniquely provided. Here is a brief overview of what we address in helping churches to grow, mature, and multiply.
1 - Visionary planning addresses the question, “Where are we going?” We call this the air war. The church must have a compelling image that depicts what could be, and what should be, in the future.
2 - Missional planning and tactical planning are the ground war. Missional planning addresses the question: “What will we do while we are on the way?” Simply put, the vision is all about what is to be; the mission is about what will be done to bring the vision to fruition. Mission must be action-oriented, unique to the church, and have a completion point.
3 - Tactical planning is the component in which the "doers" in a church typically become most engaged. Tactical planning is actually less about planning and more about execution. After all, all the planning in the world will lead nowhere if it is not carried out effectively and efficiently. Tactical planning addresses two basic questions: “When will it get done?” and “Who will do what needs to be done?”
4 - Strategies will address the question: “How will we accomplish the mission?” It’s not enough to know where we are going and what we will do on the way. The church must have a collective concept of how those things will get done. Strategies address how the mission will be carried out.