Nov 20, 2014

Multiply

Episode 25: How to Set Goals that Create Movements


Tim Casteel, Campus Director for Cru at the University of Arkansas, shares the power of setting goals to go beyond building a ministry to creating a movement that achieves long-term impact through multiplication.


Tim Casteel
// Cru Campus Director, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville // @timcasteel tim.casteel@cru.org


Notable Points:

  • Movement: Going somewhere together through multiplication.
  • Just having a goal is a game changer. Gives team and student leaders hope that things are attainable, and keeps everyone moving in the same direction.
  • “More will happen in five years than you could ever imagine, but less will happen in any one year than you’d hope for.”
  • Good “Falls” come from great “Springs.” Prepare your freshman-reaching team a semester in advance. Identify and train freshman bible study leaders.
  • Assess your current stage, and set goals that focus on the long-term process of building a movement.


Links we talked about:

Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp

timcasteel.com


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about the author

Tim Casteel


Tim works in college ministry at a university in Arkansas.