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Five Steps of Leadership Pipeline Development for Multiplication Catalysts

By Todd Adkins: Churches and pastors would be wise to intentionally develop a leadership pipeline that recruits, trains, equips, mentors, coaches, and releases leaders empowering them to fulfill their calling. Here arefive steps for developing a leadership pipeline for leaders who will serve as multiplication catalysts, whether they are multiplying disciples, […]

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Three Things Successfully Multiplying Churches Do

By Daniel Im: Churches that multiplied within their first five years did a few things at a far higher percentage than those that didn’t. The first thing is that they were consistently ruthless about communicating their vision to multiply on a monthly basis. Multiplying churches didn’t just preach about it once […]

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What are You Launching?

by Peyton Jones: What are you going to do?  You should have answered the question early on. Why is it always the same jack-in-the-box church that pops up all the time?Church history doesn’t remember the guys who just unpacked an Ikea prefab church in the middle of another neighborhood like a […]

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4 Painful Mistakes Multisite Churches Make Early On

by Rich Birch: Is your church considering launching a multisite campus? Do you think this might be the best next step in your journey? Have you wondered if this approach could help you reach more people more quickly? Over the years, I’ve had the privilege of talking with scores of […]

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CNLP 200: Joshua Gagnon on Rapid Growth, Launching Big and Staying Sane in Leadership

Joshua Gagnon planted Next Level Church a decade ago. It’s become the fastest growing and one of the largest churches in New England history, and has now expanded into Florida. Joshua talks about what’s driving the growth, how it’s keeping up and how he manages to stay sane amidst all […]

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Two Church Planting Startup Models

By Ed Stetzer: It is important to remember that ‘missiology’ is not a thing. It is things. Some people say, “We just have to think missiologically.” But, they need to know that a missiology of a tribal people group in Papau New Guinea is very different than a missiology of Chicago’s […]

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Moving from Survival to Stability to Sustainability

By NewChurches.com: Have you ever planted a new tree in your yard? The first year you frequently water it to make sure that it takes hold in your yard. The second year you can tell that it’s growing, but maybe you were really hoping it would be bigger and fuller this […]

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Leadership Development Leads to Multiplication

By Daniel Im: Churches that multiply do not see their volunteers as hirelings to carry out grunt work so that the pastors can do the real work of ministry. Churches that multiply live out Ephesians 4:11–13 and believe that every member is a minister. This is because leadership development is not […]

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Cultivating a Sending Culture

by Dave Phillips: Every church has a culture captured within the DNA of its people and reflected in the values and vision of its leadership. Whether it’s good or bad, well, that’s a whole different story! In this post, we want to explore one aspect of culture that has to […]

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Creating a Culture of Evangelistic Accountability

By Ed Stetzer: Evangelism has the ability to make some of us very uncomfortable. We worry about offending people. We agonize over saying something wrong, unorthodox, or unhelpful that might end up leading someone further from Christ in lieu of closer to him. While we certainly don’t want to share Jesus […]