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Episode 454: The Difference in Multiplying and Reproducing


by NewChurches.com: In Episode 454 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss what multiplication looks like.

“Is there a difference between multiplying and reproducing?”

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

How multiplication becomes a movement
Characteristics of a movement

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

“True multiplication is when you launch campuses who launch new campuses while they continue launching new campuses.” – @danielsangi
“If we were to reproduce today, we might get to multiplication tomorrow, but we will never get to movements unless we get to multiplication.” – @danielsangi
“Movements are made up of multiple churches multiplying themselves.” – @danielsangi
“Multiplication is contagious.” – @danielsangi
“Part of the reason people don’t get to addition, let alone multiplication, is a self-preservation or a defensive posture versus an offensive posture.” – @toddadkins
“In most areas there are plenty of people to win to Jesus, so rather than focus on how to keep people, it begins with your people catching the vision for the Great Commission.” – @toddadkins
“If you want to grow your church, you have to grow your people. Your people have to grow in spiritual maturity.” – @toddadkins

Recommended Resources:

Listen to the 5 Leadership Questions podcast
Read 1,000 Churches free e-book
Read Multiplication Today, Movements Tomorrow free e-book
Listen to the Group Answers podcast

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