Episode 200: The Future of Church Planting & Multisite

What is the future of church planting and multisite?

In this episode of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel, Ed, and Todd discuss what’s next in church planting and multisite in honor of Episode 200.

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • Thoughts on the future of church planting
  • Thoughts on the future of multisite
  • Things to consider when choosing between planting a church and the multisite model. 

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “I think the future of church planting is multisite. More churches are using multisite as a vehicle to plant new churches.” –@toddadkins
  • “I think the future of multisite is church planting.” –@danielsangi
  • “For multisite to work really well there needs to be DNA alignment.”–@danielsangi
  • “Bivocational church planting is so much of the future and it was so much of the past.”–
  • “I think the men and women serving in bivocational roles need to be celebrated more.”–
  • “Bivocational ministers are not junior varsity.”–@toddadkins
  • “There’s a great freedom when there is not just a sage on the stage, but a group of people sharing the responsibility.”–
  • “The future of multisite is agile methodology, starting small, and continually testing waters.”–@danielsangi
  • “Our legacy is likely not going to be something we do but someone we develop.”–@toddadkins
  • “This work is a holy work that requires us to lean in on growth, prayer, and trusting Jesus.”–
  • “Draw close to Jesus, minister out of the overflow, and ultimately make it your aim to, ‘preach the gospel, die, and be forgotten.'”–

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