By Dave Smith
I. Goals Should Be Related In Some Way To The Organizational Purposes The purpose of a bus ministry is to carry out the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19- 20)
II. We Must Believe We Can Do It Unrealistic goals will not challenge people
III. A Goal Should Have A Date When It Will Be Accomplished Yearly goals, goals for a bus campaign, or a “big day” goal as examples
IV. A Goal Must Be Measurable Attendance, salvation decisions, converts baptized, adults reached
V. A Goal Must Be Supported By A Plan How are you going to accomplish your goals?
1. Weekly visitation, so many new doors knocked on each week
2. 100% follow-up on all salvation decisions
3. Going back during the week to visit prospective parents
VI. A Goal Needs To Be Claimed By Someone You must see it as something the Lord would have you to accomplish
VII. A Goal Should Promote Enthusiasm
VIII. A Goal Defines What Is Expected Of Us
IX. A Person Must Take His Goals Seriously, Otherwise They Are Useless
X. A Person Must Daily Bee God To Help Him Reach His Goal
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