*Multiply disciples
*Launch new groups and teams
*Develop new leaders

Communities of believers are organisms that must keep growing or we die. That can mean passing on the faith to a friend or onto the next generation. It can mean giving someone an assignment that stretches them to grow beyond their comfort zone and take on some leadership responsibilities. It can mean starting a ministry that serves the homeless or the sick. But in all cases, it’s about moving and growing and doing something… never remaining static.

A healthy ministry is growing at multiplying at numerous levels at once:  individual disciples, groups, teams, leaders, and churches. To facilitate such complex growth, we need to find replicable ways to do discipleship. We need to frame it in such a way that anyone can do it:  simple, reproducible processes that create relationships and intentionality for helping people move forward.