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Live From The 2020 Multiply Vineyard Summit – Jesus Had Peter, James, And John And So Should We

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This is the final edition of the special three-part series taken from the 2020 Multiply Vineyard Summit held in San Luis Obispo, CA. In this episode, we have Ralph Moore, founder of the Hope Chapel movement and current Church Multiplication Catalyzer at Exponential.org. Since it’s beginning, Hope Chapel has planted over 2300 churches worldwide. Ralph reminds us of the primary role discipleship plays in our church planting efforts.
 
“Jesus had Peter, James, and John and so should we. We should spend more time making disciples out of our staff rather than making programs out of our people.”
 
This is a good word from a church planting veteran! 

Our Guest

Ralph Moore

Ralph Moore and his wife, Ruby, started the Hope Chapel movement when they planted Hope Chapel Hermosa Beach in California in 1971. Twelve years and 30 church plants later, they, and a team, planted Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.  In 2013 they were involved with planting Hope Chapel Honolulu before passing on the leadership in 2017.  The Hope Chapel movement now has over 1,000 churches worldwide and Ralph travels extensively teaching church multiplication and disciplemaking.  He is a team member at Exponential.org as a Church Multiplication Catalyzer.  Ralph and Ruby are happy parents and grandparents and currently reside in San Diego, CA.

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