Your organization may not be ready for a full strategic planning process.  This can be true when a group is emerging from a time of transition, a major building project, or has weathered a significant challenge.

A visioning process focuses on your mission, your values, and your hopes for the future.  It can help to ensure that staff and volunteer leadership are in agreement with what matters most to the organization and what they are working together to accomplish.  The lack of such a shared direction can result in energy being used up on unresolved disagreement and poorly made decisions that fail to result in action.  A vision process can help insure alignment among leaders, and allows for clarity that will help your ministry move forward in meaningful ways.