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The Challenge of Vision

While churches say they have lots of ideas and openness to trying new things, less than one third of congregations are actually moving in new directions or experimenting with new ideas. Congregations that excel in vision casting and moving toward a common vision for the future have certain characteristics in common and some clear distinctions from the non-innovative ones. Read about these findings, based on the U.S. Congregational Life Survey.




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