Episode 148: Inhibitors to DNA Clarity in Multisite Churches

In Episode 148 of the New Churches Q&A Podcast, we are wrapping up our 5 Days of Essential Campus Pastor Week.

Today is the final day of Essential Campus Pastor Week, where we have been showcasing selections of one of the lectures from our Essential Campus Pastor course and giving you the opportunity to purchase Essential Campus Pastor with a special deal that will change everyday this week.

Today, we will be hearing Module 7 with Pastor Chris Kouba.

And if you purchase today, February 10, by 11:59 pm CST, you will get 20 percent off the Essential Campus Pastor course PLUS a NewChurches.com Bluetooth Speaker! In addition, Plus Members can apply their Plus Member coupon code and get an additional 25% off of the price of the course. Listen to today’s episode to get today’s coupon code.

But wait, there’s more!  You can either purchase the course and get the daily deal, or you can also purchase a ticket to the upcoming Campus Pastor Coaching Summit and you’ll get the course for free!

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “Campus pastors not coming from the original campus creates problems.” -Chris Kouba
  • “One of the biggest detriments of the multisite movement is the desire to reproduce fast without replicating the DNA of the original location.” -Chris Kouba
  • “DNA transfer can never be assumed. It must be reinforced.” -Chris Kouba
  • “One of the easiest ways to pick up on disunity between campuses occurs when a campus emphasizes something which seems to compete with what is emphasized churchwide.” -Chris Kouba

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