How to monitor the Vision?

Monitoring and overseeing the Vision will allow you to make sound decisions and help the ministry grow.


Be sure you know the condition of your flocks, give careful attention to your herds.

(Proverbs 27:23)

The leader's responsibility goes beyond preaching in the cell group every week. A very important part is monitoring the ministry continuously. This means identifying what is out of order and making the necessary corrections.

There are two fundamental steps in monitoring the Vision:


The leader must constantly review the work that is being done in his cell group and compare this with the goals that he has established for the ministry.
He also has the responsibility to take care of his disciples in all areas of their life. Inner growth, or character building, is more important than winning a lot of people.

How to evaluate the Vision:


In order to be able to correct it is necessary to really know the Vision and to know each disciple. Once the weak areas have been identified, it is the leader's responsibility to take action and to correct them.

The leader should ask wisdom and knowledge in prayer (James 1:5-6). In that way, he is able to identify the root of the problem as well as the correct solution.

Evaluation and correction should work together in a cycle. Once a corrective measure has been taken, further evaluation must be carried out to see whether the measures were successful or not.

Those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day.

(Acts 2:41)

For God, each person who comes to church is very important. The best way in being accountable to God is taking care of the people He entrusted to us. A bank takes care of your money because money is valuable. When we monitor the different aspects of the ministry, we are letting God know that God’s work is valuable to us. 


In order to be a good and faithful servant you must monitor what God has entrusted to you!