Visioneering: God's Blueprint for Developing and Maintaining Personal Vision Paperback – 2001
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What he's ultimately discussing is the life well-lived. In seeking God's vision for one's life, faith and total dependence on God are essential. In living such a life, one is in pursuit of God, the Giver of the dream. Glorifying God becomes more important than accomplishing tasks. Ultimately fulfillment comes from connecting with the Creator.
I found Andy Stanley's writing to be fun, concise and practical, with each chapter well appointed with bolded key points, thought provoking questions or excercises for personal application.
I have already recommended this book to both business collegues and christian friends, both church leaders and laymen. Whether you are wanting more out of your business career, your church committee position, to better define your bible study group's future direction, or to supercharge your life back on to God's well designed plan for your life, this is a great place to inject some smart advice.
This book will easily be a book that I will reference again and again in the future.
steps for vision formulation and achievement are carefully explained and clearly illustrated. The book makes for enjoyable, inspiring, and empowering reading. Visionaries waiting for the fulfillment of their dreams can draw good counsel and encouragement from this book. I highly recommend "Visioneering" to anyone who dares to dream. I would also encourage the serious Christian visionary to read "The Power of Vision" by George Barna. The two works bring balance, clarity, and fullness to each other.
Andy hits it out of the park with this quintessential work on vision. Vision is a term which has suffered from over-use and has become almost cliche in the business world over the last few years. Everyone "has a vision." Andy Stanley reminds us that vision was God's idea long before the success gurus discovered it. He takes us back to the ancient visionary and workhorse Nehemiah, and gives a VERY practical look at the steps God took him through as he rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem.
Nehemiah faced an impossible task, made possible by God of the Possible, working through His servant.
Books of this genre have been so overly produced and hyped, it is sometimes difficult time to separate the wheat from the chaff. Andy Stanley's work will stand the test of time. I believe it may be a classic in its field.
READ THIS BOOK - AND THEN GIVE IT TO A FRIEND
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Got a great idea? Think it's a "must do?" Andy Stanley describes how to differentiate between a good idea and a God-given vision, and what to do next. Not a believer? Read morePublished on Sept. 8 2003
This book outlines an excellent life plan to follow to help identify your personal vision. It was not only easy reading but it offered thought provoking recommendations and... Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2002
"Visioneering" is an outstanding book!!! It has helped me very much in understanding everything involved in receiving visions from God (A vision is God's idea not... Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2002 by Scott Harris
As the leader of a non-profit organization I am constantly trying to determine where we should be going and what we should be doing. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2000 by Terry Portis
I have never read any other book so quickly. It has been one of the most practical and on-target books I have ever read. The correlation with Nehemiah's story was very inspiring... Read morePublished on May 1 2000