The Power of Vision

Discover and Apply God's Plan for Your Life and Ministry

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When it comes to your ministry, whose plan are you following? Yours? The one devised by your board or a committee? Or are you following God's plan?

According to George Barna, uncovering God's vision for your ministry is not an option. It's essential. When you have a clear picture from God of where you are headed, you are much more likely to accomplish God's goals for building his kingdom and to experience a fulfilling journey along the way.

In this eminently practical book, Barna uncovers

· how God has shared his vision throughout history
· how vision is different from mission
· common practices and beliefs that inhibit true vision
· actionable steps toward experiencing and carrying out God's unique vision
· and ways to share and promote congregational ownership of the vision

To minister with authenticity and authority, you must first clarify your vision, then make it the focus of your life's work and the heartbeat of your church.

Ready to catch the vision?


George Barna founded The Barna Group and currently serves as the executive director of the American Culture and Faith Institute, conducting research on faith and all facets of cultural transformation. He is the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of more than fifty books, and his work is regularly cited as an authoritative source by the media. A frequent speaker at ministry conferences around the world, he has been on the faculty at several universities and seminaries.

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George Barna, Author

George Barna currently serves as the executive director of the American Culture and Faith Institute, conducting research on governance, elections, worldview, and cultural transformation. He is the New York Times bestselling and award-winning author of more than fifty books, and his work is frequently cited as an authoritative source by the media. A frequent speaker at ministry conferences around the world, he has been on the faculty at several universities and seminaries. George and his wife, Nancy, have three adopted daughters and two grandchildren and live on the central California coast.

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