Write your vision and make it plain... (Habakkuk 2:2)
If you have a clear vision, at some point you are required to take small steps of faith in that direction. Otherwise the vision will be stuck in your head.
Start Small But Start Right Away
The most difficult steps you will take towards fulfilling a vision are the first steps when nothing exists except for a strong idea in your imagination and probably words on paper.
The start of a new year is an appropriate time to introduce a fresh vision or remind your church members of where the vision is leading your ministry this year.
If you wait for perfect conditions, you will never get anything done. (Ecclesiastes 11:4)
If you are overflowing with ideas, start implementing the vision in faith and making your vision a tangible reality. Moses did not wait until the water disappeared before crossing the Red Sea. God always encourages you to take small steps towards big change. Start acting on your vision now.
Find Support To Grow Your Vision
Once you start acting on your vision, you will find that the momentum builds and others start catching your vision.
Share your vision publicly and ensure you have the help of a supportive community. Leaders who isolate themselves tend to deviate from the vision when times are tough or they have too much on their ministry plate.
Rely on your church family to help you carry the vision forward.