How to Develop a Vision Statement

Perspective Thought:

Is my current purpose, mission, and vision to be for my life? Yes – Unless God changes it, but if God changes it God will come to you and tell you there is something new because of circumstances and experiences in your life. God doesn’t change, but He will at times redirect us to a new purpose, mission, and vision.
Proverbs 16:9 – In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps.

Example:

My vision – Encompasses going out and working with churches and teaching and helping those churches to become healthy, involved in getting others. I have to witness because we all have to witness, but my vision statement is about getting Christians out serving, becoming healthy, alive, and growing because of the teaching I have given them in regards to PACE and PLACE so that they are out evangelizing, witnessing, doing good works, and having an impact on the community.
-Quentine Lofton

Vision: The story of your life directed by God’s Word and guided by the Holy Spirit. A vivid picture created by your imagination to fulfill your purpose and achieve your mission. It is an intuitive sensing inspired by the Holy Spirit to reveal a visual that produces a written story. It is written in the present tense.


Vision Statement: Your own unique story written in the present tense, covering all aspects of your life as you fulfill your purpose and achieve your mission.

Vision Statement Example: I am surrounded by love from my Heavenly Father, my family, my church, my community, and my work. Each day begins joyously as I eagerly anticipate what God will do in my life today. A day that starts early in devotion, praising, and growing closer in my walk with God. As the morning continues I spend time with my family encouraging and nurturing them as they show their unconditional love and support for me.


Leaving for work, — work that I now enjoy and am challenged by, — I read my purpose, mission, and vision statements. These statements give me a true sense of worth, direction, and fulfillment. I now feel my life has meaning as I am God centered, living in His will, and accomplishing His purposes. My life has no stress and anxiety as I realize that I have already achieved life’s greatest accomplishment. I now have a personal, intimate love relationship with God through Jesus Christ. I have such an inner peace in the face of worldly problems, knowing that whatever happens, I have Eternal Life.

Fulfilled Purpose
Achieved Mission
RUN! DO IT!
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." (2 Timothy 4:7)
Purposeful Vision - How to Develop a Vision Statement

Perspective Thought:

Is my current purpose, mission, and vision to be for my life? Yes – Unless God changes it, but if God changes it God will come to you and tell you there is something new because of circumstances and experiences in your life. God doesn’t change, but He will at times redirect us to a new purpose, mission, and vision.
Proverbs 16:9 – In his heart a man plans his course, but the Lord determines his steps.

Example:

My vision – Encompasses going out and working with churches and teaching and helping those churches to become healthy, involved in getting others. I have to witness because we all have to witness, but my vision statement is about getting Christians out serving, becoming healthy, alive, and growing because of the teaching I have given them in regards to PACE and PLACE so that they are out evangelizing, witnessing, doing good works, and having an impact on the community.
-Quentine Lofton

Vision: The story of your life directed by God’s Word and guided by the Holy Spirit. A vivid picture created by your imagination to fulfill your purpose and achieve your mission. It is an intuitive sensing inspired by the Holy Spirit to reveal a visual that produces a written story. It is written in the present tense.


Vision Statement: Your own unique story written in the present tense, covering all aspects of your life as you fulfill your purpose and achieve your mission.

Vision Statement Example: I am surrounded by love from my Heavenly Father, my family, my church, my community, and my work. Each day begins joyously as I eagerly anticipate what God will do in my life today. A day that starts early in devotion, praising, and growing closer in my walk with God. As the morning continues I spend time with my family encouraging and nurturing them as they show their unconditional love and support for me.


Leaving for work, — work that I now enjoy and am challenged by, — I read my purpose, mission, and vision statements. These statements give me a true sense of worth, direction, and fulfillment. I now feel my life has meaning as I am God centered, living in His will, and accomplishing His purposes. My life has no stress and anxiety as I realize that I have already achieved life’s greatest accomplishment. I now have a personal, intimate love relationship with God through Jesus Christ. I have such an inner peace in the face of worldly problems, knowing that whatever happens, I have Eternal Life.

Fulfilled Purpose
Achieved Mission
RUN! DO IT!
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." (2 Timothy 4:7)
Purposeful Vision - How to Develop a Vision Statement