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Strategic Planning for Congregations
Curator Tim Shapiro
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Curator Susan Weber
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Curator Nancy DeMott
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Curator Kate White
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Strategic Planning in Congregations
This practical article shares the insights of six congregations who hired strategic planning consultants.
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Holy Conversations: Strategic Planning as a Spiritual Practice for Congregations
This book of practical tools turns strategic planning into holy conversations” guided by three critical questions.
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Strategic Planning
This two-page guide examines what to consider when beginning the strategic planning process, outlining the virtues of self-led and consultant-led processes.
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Overview of the Strategic Planning Process
This five-minute video introduces the entire strategic planning process through illustrations on a white board.
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Advanced Strategic Planning: A 21st-Century Model for Church and Ministry Leaders
This book emphasizes the importance of planning to carry out a mission, breaking down strategic planning into a four-fold process.
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Mission Planning: Do-It-Yourself Tools
This website, provided by Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), has curated do-it-yourself planning resources created across the ELCA and other traditions as part of their Mission Planning.
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How to Select a Professional Resource
This article equips congregations to select a consultant or outside professional to assist them in reaching their planning goals.
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11 High-Impact Planning Ideas for Senior Pastors
This blog provides innovative activities to clarify your congregation's strategy and vision.
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Preparing an Annual Congregational Plan Book
This article provides a template for an annual Congregational Plan Book.
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The Quick and Simple Congregational Asset-Mapping Experience
This article introduces asset mapping as a strategy that can have an immediate and powerful effect on the energy and enagement of your congregation.
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