Episode 305: Multiplication at Every Level

There’s no way you can multiply your church without multiplying disciples.

In Episode 305 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Ed discuss church multiplication and disciple multiplication. Here’s today’s question:

How do we make church multiplication one of the bi-products of disciple multiplication, and not the other way around? 

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • The difference between addition and multiplication when it comes to making disciples. 
  • Why you need both disciple multiplication and church multiplication. 

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “You want to cast a vision for multiplication at every level.”–
  • “You can multiply churches without multiplying disciples, and if you’re doing that, you’re doing it wrong.”–
  • “It’s easier to cast a vision for planting a new church than raising up new disciples, but we need to be making new disciples every day.”–
  • “Unchurched does not always mean non-Christian.”–
  • “I don’t want to multiply churches if it doesn’t involve the multiplying of disciples.”–
  • “When church multiplication and disciple multiplication are done together, that is the sweet spot where God is most glorified and people’s lives are being changed by the power of the gospel.”–
  • “Biblical disciple-making does not result in greater head knowledge without action.”–@danielsangi
  • “Biblical discipleship has to lead to evangelism, but evangelism has to lead to discipleship.”–@danielsangi
  • “There’s no way you can multiply your church without multiplying disciples.”–@danielsangi

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