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New FREE eBook Explores Multiplication of the Church in India

Igniting Movements: Multiplying Churches in Dark Places By Ajai Lall and Josh Howard Nearly 65 percent of the world’s unreached…
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Radical Multisiting

Every week, nearly 5 million people attend one of the 8,000+ multisite churches across North America. The multisite strategy has…

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Lessons From the CityReach Story

Brian Bolt's ministry journey began the night he was shot--the first line in his new FREE eBook, Reach: A Story…

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Review: FLOW Offers Vital Guidance for Creating a Culture of Multiplication

I'd never heard of Larry Walkemeyer, but his name kept coming up in conversations. Not because his church is on…


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New FREE eBook: ‘Our Mission Field Is the City’s Poor and Broken’

REACH: A Story of Multiplication in the City In an amazing journey, church planter Brian Bolt shares the joy of…
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Insights From the Journey to Radical Multiplication

Beginning with just 12 people, the Hope Chapel “movement” founded by Ralph and Ruby Moore now numbers more than a…


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New eBook From Ralph Moore

You Can Multiply Your Church: One Journey to Radical Multiplication North America has larger churches than ever before. Yet the…
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New eBook From Multiplying Leader Brett Andrews

Give God Some Credit: Taking Risks for Greater Impact “If God can do anything through our church, He can do…


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Why Stability Could Be Poisoning Your Church Plant

Josh Burnett was a high school student when the vision for a church-planting church came to him. And at age…

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New eBook Challenges, Inspires Planters to ‘Plant Pregnant’

Start a Movement--Plant Pregnant: Leaving a Legacy of Disciples Josh Burnett was a high school student involved at Southeast Christian…

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Jeff Vanderstelt on the National Discipleship Forum

If you missed the National Discipleship Forum at Exponential West 2014 or want a refresher course, Exponential and Discipleship.org are…
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A Thanksgiving Message

A grateful heart sees each day as a gift. Thankful people focus less on what they lack and more on…