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What does it mean to be a “mission-driven” church? It’s about choosing a pathway to a brighter future through more consistent and thoughtful ministry. It is based on the realization that success is not just a target at which we aim – but a pathway we walk deliberately and with such clarity of purpose that it becomes a habit.
8 Secrets to a Mission-Driven Church offers pastors and presidents, and all others in leadership, an exciting set of new tools to transform your pathway ahead. However, all good leaders know that this kind of success doesn’t just happen. It emerges when we choose a pathway, have the will to walk it well, and stay with it – even when the going gets rough.
In the final analysis, the mission-driven approach is more about what sorts of leaders we are than merely what we do. Author Dan Day says, “God’s end-time mission will proceed with us or without us. But God has chosen to use us, working collaboratively, to touch the lives of those who live around us in our communities – and He can do it best if we’re open to imagining more mission-driven approaches.”