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Creating A Culture of Multiplication In Your Church

Justin Juntunen

Justin Juntunen

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It is the nature of the gospel to grow and multiply. Yet, why is it so difficult to create a culture in your church that grows and multiplies leaders to be sent out and to extend the kingdom? In this conversation,  Michael Gatlin, National Coordinator Multiply Vineyard, Robb Morgan and Rich Andrews discuss some of the common barriers many churches face to multiplying and a path forward for you and your ministry. In the Vineyard right now, we are creating communities that multiply as they were intended to.

What You’ll Learn:

  • 4 Cultural and Corporate Barriers Multiplying Churches Face
  • How to Create a Culture of Multiplication in Your Church
  • 3 Questions to Lead Toward Transformation

“From Genesis to Revelation, [diversity] is something that has always been part of God’s plan and always will be.” —Connie Anderson

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“In a kingdom framework, power is always laid down for the sake of others.” — Kathy Maskell 

Resources:

“You have to do what God does and meet people where they’re at, see who they are, care about their sense of identity.” —Le Que Heidkemp

Panelists Include:

Michael Gatlin, Pastor at the Duluth Vineyard Church and National Coordinator of Multiply Vineyard

Rich Peterson HeadshotRich Andrews,  Pastor at the Conshohocken Vineyard Church

Robb Morgan,  Pastor at the Delaware City Vineyard

 

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