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2017 President's Report

Posted by John Hembree - National FCF Vice President

To quote the Organizational Leaders Notebook:

Dashboard: how you measure success and plan for the future
Wise leaders cry out to God asking, “Give me wisdom and knowledge that I may lead” (2 Chronicles 1:10). God gives leaders direction when they depend on Him. He helps them in many ways. One is making sense of the data they collect, measure, analyze, and pray over. The dashboard does not provide direction, only God can do that; it certainly does give leaders “road conditions” to take before God because the Holy Spirit anoints knowledge.

In FCF we changed our reporting cycle in order to support the larger vision of Royal Rangers. Doing so will allow our reported numbers to coincide with those gathered in the ministry dashboard presented at LEAD 2013. We changed our reporting from calendar based to school year based, so this report includes data for the 2016/2017 school year. The chapter report needs to be completed by Sept. 30th, 2017. You should go back and use data starting from September 1st, 2015 through August 31st, 2017. I look forward to learning how God can use this data in conjunction with the other sources in the Dashboard to provide those “road conditions” we can take before Him in prayer.

2012 President's Report

Posted by Paul Walters - National FCF President

"If we can’t measure it, we really don’t know much about it. If we don’t know much about it, we can’t control it. If we can’t control it, we are at the mercy of chance." from SixSigmaHelp.com. It's that time of year again when we must report on the great things God has done through our FCF ministries. Will your chapter get a Five Star rating this year? Will you're Territory win the "Hawkeye" award? Get your facts straight and turn them in here. Each chapter president will have a special link that they can use to access their chapter page. Each Territorial Rep will also have a link so they can track their chapters and provide the necessary motivation to move things along.