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New resource: Leading Church Multiplication

For those of you responsible for overseeing churches started, a new book by Tom Nebel and Steve Pike was recently released. Leading Church Multiplication has clearly been written by people who have sat in your chair. They have sought to stimulate and resource church planting and multiplication and, as a result, ...

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The vision and the need

When we really take the time to sit down and think about it, we can see an amazing vision of what making and multiplying disciples could look like: Churches turning outward and serving the communities around them. Christians building authentic relationships with those who are not yet followers of Jesus People coming to ...

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Pray for a domino effect

When you make a disciple, that’s not the end of the story. That disciple then goes on to make other disciples, who go on to make other disciples. The domino effect is the multiplication of disciples. So when you have a new believer, don’t remove them from their natural network of ...

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Connect them to a group

New believers, if they have not already connected with a group of believers before they began following Jesus, need to get involved in some type of faith community. That can be a small group, a house church, a life transformation group (LTG), a missional group-- but it should be a ...

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Breathe spiritually

Teach new believers “spiritual breathing.” Exhaling: The confession of sin is necessary for a disciple to learn and grow. Without confession, there is no cleansing. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” (1 John 1:9) Inhaling: The ...

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