Casting Vision

The concept of vision is prevalent throughout the Scriptures. Abraham carried within himself the vision of land and a multitude of descendents. For years, Moses led the Children with the vision of the Promised Land in mind. Joshua advanced his army with a vision in mind. Nehemiah’s vision for the rebuilding of the wall permeates the book that bears his name. Jonah’s vision of God’s grace resulted in the hardening of his heart toward the people of Nineveh. The magi traveled for miles with the vision in mind of a new King. The Son went to the cross with the Father’s vision in his heart. The Apostle Paul was willing to become all things to all peoples to see the fulfillment of a vision.

We must have a vision to call people to come alongside us and work towards a common purpose. A vision is the comprehensive statement that tells the leaders of a movement what direction they should move, and what they should accomplish so they can motivate the leaders of the movement what direction they should move, and what they should move, and what they should accomplish so they can motivate the people under them. The movement should be and strive toward a future reality, not just to a dream. Here are some articles that can help you to cast vision well. 

Transferable Vision Casting to find Sent Ones by Cam Fletcher and Scott Adamson
Working Out the Vision for Your Campus
Catching, Cultivating & Casting Vision (Eric Swanson)