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Innovation is mission-critical. A great resource for missional thinking, Mission Possible: Design Thinking for Social Change is a hands-on set of tools designed to teach users about the process of design thinking (more specifically, Human-Centered Design) to create solutions that resonate with the people they want to reach.
This unique resource is a facilitated workshop that plays like a game to tackle difficult social problems using the resources people already have. It relies on brainstorming, iteration, and creativity for getting people to think differently about problem-solving and innovation.
This is a must-have for churches working on their vitality, for keeping small groups engaged in outreach and mission, and for touching back with one another in assessing how the mission and vision of their group is being fulfilled.
Who is this game for?
Anybody of any age can play this game. This resource can be used with teens and adults of all ages, church planters, annual conference staff, lay leaders, or any other group. No specialized training is required to play this game.
What do I need to play?
All you need is one game and something to write with for a group of up to 20 people that break into smaller teams of 3-4 people. The game includes team placemats, "Problem Cards," "Resource Cards," and a set of guided instructions.
Where/When should I use this game?
You can play this game anywhere. This is a great tool to use when you want to learn how to better serve your community, when you want to reinvigorate the mission of your ministry, when you want to create new ministries that fit the needs of those you want to serve, and for many other situations.
"Mission Possible is fun and it's real, which is what's important. It's not just another board game. It's real life, using real life examples and real resources." -Michelle Maldonado
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