April 1, 2021 - September 1, 2021
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Multiply Vineyard is partnering with the New Thing Network to provide some incredible training resources to assist our movement in multiplying leaders and new churches. As a Vineyard pastor, you’re invited to the Multiplying Church Practicum, a premier 6-month virtual learning community designed to help you move from stuck to multiplying and to help you reproduce leaders at every level of ministry. Through the practicum, you will develop a customized action plan with a practical strategy for your church and receive coaching to help you put it into action.
The cost for each church’s leadership team is $299.00 ($315.00 total once registration fees are added) and you can bring up to 5 people to each training session.
- Meeting 1 – Movement Starts With One, Part 1 with Dave Ferguson
Learning to think with multiplication in mind, not just addition, at all levels of the church.
- Meeting 2 – Movement Starts With One, Part 2 with Jon Ferguson
Strategies for a church to become reproducing at all levels and multisite.
- Meeting 3 – Tools To Reproduce Leaders with Kevin Davis
Practical tools you can implement today and start building a pipeline for leadership within your church.
- Meeting 4 – Leading A Reproducible Life with NewThing Practitioners
Hearing from multiplying leaders from around the country on how they balance leading a local church and leadership development.
- Meeting 5 -Mobilizing Your Church For Mission with Rob Wegner
Developing a roadmap to execute on the micro so you can dream big for the macro.
- Meeting 6 – Graduation
Each team presents ALP with feedback from the whole group.
“Our future planters are already in our local churches. God has deposited something in them. They just need some TLC, some training, and some life-on-life development. We want to help you help those potential planters. That’s why we’re offering this training partnership with the New Thing Network of the Multiplying Church Practicum. Together, we’ll learn alongside other Vineyard pastors to move discipleship and leadership development that feels stuck into something that’s multiplying in your community.” —Michael Gatlin