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Best Practices in Church Planting Systems

By Daniel Im: The purpose of this research project and its eBook, Best Practices in Church Planting Systems with Particular Attention to Church Planting Churches isn’t to downplay the need for entrepreneurial church planters. We need more of them. But this research follows an emerging trend in church planting that is rightly […]

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Multiplying Churches Like 7-Elevens

By Daniel Im: When I was a child, one of my favorite things to do was to go to a local 7-Eleven to buy a Slurpee, nachos with cheese, and some chewy soda bottle candies. Since 7-Eleven’s were everywhere in Vancouver, I could multiply the times of doing this— whether it […]

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Being a Church that Unchurched People Love to Attend with Justin Dosch

by Rich Birch: Welcome to the unSeminary podcast. So glad you’re tuning in because today we have Justin Dosch from Grace Community Church in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania. Grace was built with the intention of looking like a community center that happened to have services on the weekend so that it would […]

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The Scandal of Church Planting

by Peyton Jones: Stop and think about the implications of this. Everyday believers who had their gifts awoken, and were living in microchurches found it no challenge at all to organically plant a church when all you changed was their address. When you moved them geographically, they became little seeds […]

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Five Characteristics of Structure for Church Multiplication

By Daniel Im: One of the greatest ways to prohibit movement is to under-structure and over-institutionalize yourself to the point your church cannot bear any more weight. Many churches scratch their heads wondering why their numbers from year to year stay relatively the same while they can look at their records […]

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It Feels Good When Your Team Is Winning

by Peyton Jones: The leaders of microchurches don’t tend to do all of the heavy lifting. The burden is shared like the moving a piece of heavy furniture. The same piece of furniture that threatened to break the back of a solo lifter reduces to the weight of a peanut […]

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Inventing the Longer Lasting Church Plant

by Peyton Jones: The race to create a longer lasting light bulb didn’t happen overnight. Thomas Edison poured in thousands of hours through trial and error to deliver a household item to the world that most of us take for granted. Relentless and determined, his constant mantra to his tireless […]

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5 Ways Analysis Paralysis Might Be Killing Your Church

by Rich Birch: Are you spending too much time making decisions? Are you and your leaders digging deeper into the reasons why you should or should not do something without actually making a decision? Analysis paralysis is what happens to leaders when we spend too much time thinking and not […]

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Barriers To Multiplication

By Daniel Im: In every story and aspect of life, there always seem to be opposing forces. On our planet, you have night and day. In Romeo and Juliet, you have the Capulets and the Montagues. In Star Wars, you have the Rebellion and the Empire. In Marvel, you have the […]

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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, […]