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Title: Visionary Leadership


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Visionary Leadership
Association Summit Southwestern Seminary Fort
Worth, Texas
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This Session on Vision
  • In this session you will
  • Discovery four characteristics of a
  • visionary leader

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Visionary Leadership
1. Visionary leaders are visionaries 2.
Visionary leaders have a personal vision 3.
Visionary leaders lead visionary
organizations 4. Visionary leaders understand
their times and know what to do
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Visionary Leadership
1. Visionary leaders are visionaries
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Visionary Leadership
1. Visionary leaders are visionaries
Visionaries have a clear, challenging
picture of the organizations future as
they believe it can and must be. Take the
Vision Style Audit.
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Development of Vision
  • An important factor in developing a vision
  • is your vision-style.
  • Your vision-style is how you catch a vision.

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Vision Style Audit
Directions Take out a sheet of paper and
number from 1 to 11.
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Vision Audit
  • Directions Write down the letter (a or b)
  • that best describes your preference.
  • 1. I tend to
  • a) dislike new problems
  • b) like new problems
  • 2. I work best with
  • a) facts
  • b) ideas

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Vision Audit
3. I like to think about a) what is b)
what could be 4. I like a) established ways
to do things b) new ways to do things
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Vision Audit
  • 5. I enjoy skills that
  • a) I have already learned and used
  • b) are newly learned but unused
  • 6. In my work I tend to
  • a) take time to be precise
  • b) dislike taking time to be precise

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Vision Audit
  • 7. I would describe my work style as
  • a) steady with realistic expectations
  • b) periodic with bursts of enthusiasm
  • 8. I have found that I am
  • a) patient with routine details
  • b) Impatient with routine details

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Vision Audit
  • 9. I am more likely to trust my
  • a) Experience
  • b) Inspiration
  • 10. I am convinced that
  • a) seeing is believing
  • b) believing is seeing

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Vision Audit
  • 11. I tend to be
  • a) a pessimist
  • b) an optimist

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Interpretation
Total the number of As you circled. Total the
number of Bs you circled. Which is the greater
number?
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Interpretation
If you circled more As than Bs, youre the type
of leader who catches a vision by visit- ing
another ministry and seeing it for your- self.
You focus more on the present than the
future. Vision-style Vision Catcher
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Interpretation
  • If you circled more Bs than As, youre the
  • type of leader who creates a vision in your head.
    You focus primarily on the future
  • and are a natural visionary.
  • Vision-style Vision Creator

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Visionary Leadership
1. Visionary leaders are visionaries 2.
Visionary leaders have a personal vision
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Visionary Leadership
2. Visionary leaders have a personal vision
Theyre directional leaders- have a clear
lifes direction. Ones life-direction consists
of two core ingredients -Personal mission
-Personal vision
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Visionary Leadership
Personal Mission Definition I
mportance Discovery Development Application
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Visionary Leadership
Definition of Mission A statement
of what God wants you to do with your life.
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Visionary Leadership
Importance of Mission Aids in
discovering your ministry niche Brings a sense
of meaning and significance Focuses your life
and ministry Helps evaluate ones life Key to
developing a personal vision
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Visionary Leadership
Discovery of Mission (Two
Ds) Know your design Gifts Passion
Temperament Know your direction
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Visionary Leadership
Temperament
DiSC D-eagle I-peacock S-dove C-owl M
BTI (KTS)
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Visionary Leadership
Temperament Question What do
people with my temperament do in ministry?
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Visionary Leadership
Discovery of Mission (Two
Ds) Know your design -Gifts -Passion -Temperam
ent Know your direction
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Visionary Leadership
Development of Mission
(Examples) My mission in life is to be used of
God to equip a new generation of leaders
nationally and internationally for high-
impact ministryin the 21st. Century. Slogan
Equipping tomorrows leaders today.
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Visionary Leadership
Development of Mission
(Examples) My mission in life is to come
alongside churches and help them to become all
that Christ wants them to be. Slogan
Envisioning tomorrow today.
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Visionary Leadership
Application of Mission
(Try it!) What are your gifts? What is/are your
passion(s)? What do you feel strongly and
care deeply about? What is your temperament
(DiSC and MBTI)? What are people with your
temperament doing in ministry?
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Visionary Leadership
Application of Mission
(Try it!) What kind of divine design is best for
what you do in the ministry
organization? Who is doing this well, and what
is his/her divine design?
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Visionary Leadership
Personal Vision Definition Im
portance Development Application
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Visionary Leadership
Definition of Vision A clear,
challenging picture of the future of your life
and personal ministry as you believe it can and
must be.
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Visionary Leadership
Importance of Vision While a
personal mission helps you to know where youre
going, the vision helps you to see where your
going.
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Visionary Leadership
Development of Vision Expand your
personal mission statement Build upon each of
your personal ministry core values
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Visionary Leadership
Development of Vision (An
Example) Cf. p. 167 of Being Leaders
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Visionary Leadership
Application of Vision (Lets Try
It!) Based on your personal mission and/or
values, what do you see yourself doing 5, 10,
15 years from now?
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Visionary Leadership
1. Visionary leaders are visionaries 2.
Visionary leaders have a personal vision 3.
Visionary leaders lead visionary organizations
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Visionary Leadership
3. Visionary leaders lead visionary
organizations.
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Visionary Leadership
3. Visionary leaders lead visionary
organizations. Theyre most effective in
visionary organizations. What is your
ministrys vision? How does your personal
vision align with it? If it
doesnt-you need to find one that does!
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Visionary Leadership
1. Visionary leaders are visionaries 2.
Visionary leaders have a personal vision 3.
Visionary leaders lead visionary
organizations 4. Visionary leaders understand
their times and know what to do
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Visionary Leadership
  • 4. Visionary leaders understand their times and
    know what to do.
  • And the sons of Issachar, men who understood
    the times, with know- ledge of what Israel should
    do, . . .
  • 1 Chron. 1232

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Visionary Leadership
  • 4. Visionary leaders understand their times and
    know what to do.
  • The Gretzky Factor
  • Its not as important to know where the puck is
    now as to know where it will be.
  • Wayne Gretzky

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Visionary Leadership
  • 4. Visionary leaders understand their times
  • and know what to do.
  • . . .before anyone can learn to lead,
  • he must learn something about this strange new
    world. Indeed, anyone who does not master this
    mercurial context will be mastered by it. . .
    Leaders have the sense of where the culture is
    going to be, where the organization must be if
    its to grow.
  • Warren Bennis, On Becoming a Leader, pp. 2,
    199

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Visionary Leadership
4. Visionary leaders understand their times and
know what to do. Vision is conceived in the
context of the times in which one lives. Most
often vision is a reaction to ones times A
deep dissatisfaction We can do better Hybels
holy discontent
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Visionary Leadership
  • 4. Visionary leaders understand their times and
    know what to do.
  • How does one understand the times? The answer
    is to exegete ones culture.
  • And the sons of Issachar, men who understood
    the times, with know- ledge of what Israel should
    do, . . .
  • 1 Chron. 1232

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Visionary Leadership
  • THE GENERAL ENVIRONMENT
  • Understanding the Times
  • THE MINISTRY ENVIRONMENT
  • Knowing What We to Do

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Visionary Leadership
  • UNDERSTANDING THE TIMES
  • Social Sector
  • Technological Sector
  • Economic Sector
  • Political/Legal Sector
  • Philosophical Sector

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Visionary Leadership
UNDERSTANDING THE TIMES
Philosophical Sector Postmodern
Pilgrims
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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • 1. In spite of growing secularization, God is
  • still working in the world-culture.
  • 2. His primary vehicle is the church.
  • 3. We need to discover and understand what
  • God is doing in these churches.
  • 4. The way to do this is to scan the church
    environment.

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • What is God doing?
  • International Churches
  • National Churches
  • State Churches
  • Area Churches
  • Local Churches

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • What is God doing?
  • Seeker Churches
  • Emergent Churches
  • Postmodern Churches
  • Purpose-driven churches
  • House Churches
  • Cell Churches

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • How do we know its of God?
  • A hermeneutic for interpreting the biblical
    passages for doing church
  • A theology of change
  • A theology of culture
  • A definition of the local church

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • A hermeneutic for interpreting the biblical
    passages for doing church
  • -Negative vs. positive approach
  • -Descriptive vs. prescriptive passages

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • A theology of change
  • -Function
  • -Form
  • -Freedom

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • A theology of culture
  • -Culture can be good or bad
  • -Three responses to culture
  • Isolation-withdraws
  • Accommodation-embraces
  • Contextualization-communicates

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Visionary Leadership
  • KNOWING WHAT TO DO
  • A definition of the local church
  • A necessary gathering of professing believers in
    Christ who, under leadership, are organized to
    pursue its mission through its functions to
    accomplish its purpose.

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Visionary Leadership
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