Once you have completed Strategic Futuring, you become eligible to participate in weekly gatherings with others who also want to live on mission. Every Tuesday we meet to help you make further progress on your SF Plan and support you with loving accountability and sound theological teaching that deepen your relationship with God.
DESCRIPTION & PRE-REQUISITE:
Right On Mission offers ongoing guidance and support for Strategic Futuring (SF) clients.
We invite you to join our personalized weekly gatherings called "Future Tuesdays." This is a group that meets together every Tuesday from 5:00 - 6:30 pm PT. Participants are welcome to come once or twice a month if they are unable to attend every week.
HERE'S WHAT YOU RECEIVE:
Practical Help for refining your SF Plan
Inspiration to Persevere through trials and tribulations to live out your SF Plan
Ongoing Bible Teaching and Theological Insights that make SF come more alive
Prayer, Morale Boosts and Refreshment in the Lord
Expert Guidance and Creative Ideas
Access to our online platform where we resource you
Peer Accountability from people who believe in you
Belonging in a community that lives on mission
Challenge from testimonies of others living out their SF Plan
WHAT TO BRING:
Your Mission Statement (and Vision Statement and Why Statement if you have them.)
Your Strategic Futuring Plan Workbook
Your Strategic Futuring Plan (or draft, however unfinished it may be)
If you have questions, please contact SF@rightonmission.org.
More cohorts coming soon!
"The Future Tuesday sessions are wonderful because they keep you connected to like-minded, Christ-centered, God-fearing individuals. I consider this my Strategic-Futuring Board – being led by the most wonderful teacher and sister in Christ who is blessed beyond measure to help find, bring out, and implement God-given beliefs, values, and gifts we all possess. I need this to reenergize, refocus, and renew on a regular basis. The Future Tuesday sessions allow me to pause from the hectic pace of life to focus on how I can develop and look toward the future with an eye on what I should be doing today to help me get there. I’ve never been one to think too much about the future, and I now realize that by doing this I can be a better person today and lay the groundwork for wonderful things to come, according to God’s Will."
— Art Fromm