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Strategic Planning Resources from InTrust

Institutions, like individuals, have vocations. What is God calling us to do in the time and place we find ourselves? This builds on honest assessment of what we have been, what we have shown we are good at, and even what gives us joy. It also identifies current needs in the church and the world that we can address, recognizing that changing circumstances may call for different ways of living out our identity. The discernment of this vocation is the soul of strategic planning. [Read More at the InTrust Blog].

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