Needs of Many PWOCs

Foundational Scripture

Ephesians 4:1- 6 – I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner  worthy of the calling to which you have been called,  with all humility and gentleness,  with patience, bearing with one another in love,  eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit  in the bond of peace.  There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the  one hope that belongs to your call—  one Lord, one faith, one baptism, 6 one God and  Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all.

“…vision has a variety of definitions, all of which include a mental image or picture, a future orientation, and aspects of direction or goal. Vision provides guidance to an organization by articulating what it wishes to attain.” sedl.org

When you choose a vision statement, think about these things….

  • Is it easily explained by those involved?
  • Clear and simple.
  • Does it state the why, who, and what of your goal?
  • Is it picturesque? (Does a picture of the theme appear in your mind?)

Walk worthy in your calling from the Lord; serve one another with humility, gentleness, patience, and peace as together we are one body, one faith, with one Holy Father.

Pursuing the Gospel together,
called to love one God.

Walk worthy together
as one body serving one God.

Glorifying God as one body of believers by pursuing to live out the Gospel together.

One Truth That Builds One Body.

Called to limp, lean, and leap together as we journey in Jesus, by the strength of the Spirit, forward to the Father.

Walking worthy in love and unity.

Walk worthy of your calling, building a unified body of one Spirit, one God.

Building community through individual callings, unifying one God.

Choose the vision statement that best fits our process and foundational scripture.

We will choose a vision statement until Friday, May 8, 2020.