Multiplication. Some people love it, others absolutely fear it, and many haven’t even entertained the idea. As a microchurch leader, it is your privilege and responsibility to disciple your group into not only viewing multiplication in a positive light, but to lead them in multiplying your group and experiencing the joy and sense of accomplishment it brings! Read more
One of the greatest mission fields is ready for harvest, and yet continues to be overlooked by the majority of microchurch leaders. Have you ever had a problem with recruiting people to your microchurch? Did you know that the majority of the people who attend large weekend church gatherings are actually not yet plugged into a microchurch? Read more
Here’s a cool visual representation of exponential discipleship.
What a powerful word. It is what is left of you when you are gone. It represents your life effort and the effectiveness of how well you pulled it off. I believe one of the most important questions that is going to be asked on judgment day as we stand before Jesus is, “How many disciples did you make?” So let me ask you a personal question; how many disciples have you made up to this point in your life? I am not talking about how many spiritual conversations you had or how many times you sort of helped someone out. That wasn’t the question. Read more
Every living thing on this earth is designed to reproduce. Trees reproduce more trees. Fish reproduce more fish. Humans reproduce more humans. Life gives birth to new life. It reproduces. It multiplies.
As microchurch leaders, we should see this as no different regarding spiritual DNA. Disciples reproduce disciples. Healthy microchurches reproduce other healthy microchurches. Multiplication is the natural by-product of growth and the way DNA is transferred from one generation to the next. Paul puts it like this: Read more
Sounds crazy right? But it’s true: the best leaders never lead. They don’t lead opening prayers at microchurch, they don’t lead worship, they don’t do the Bible studies, or even follow up with all their members throughout the week.
Why is this something we champion? Read more