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Episode 328: Church Planting Pipeline versus Multiplication

If You Want to Grow Your Church, You Need to Grow Your People

In Episode 328 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss how to determine whether your church plant goes multisite versus sending out an autonomous church plant. Here is today’s question: 

For a church plant looking to multiply right away, how do you decide to go multisite versus sending out an autonomous church plant? How do we look into the future and say whether or not we are going to be church planting church or multiplication church or both? 

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • Important points to consider when multiplying the church
  • The importance of simplicity and flexibility in the first years of the church plant 
  • The launch of the Lifeway Leadership Podcast Network 

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “The point of your church is to multiply. What determines which avenue your church takes to multiply are the people around you.” – @danielsangi
  • “Multiply yourself by starting another service. If that grows, then multiply to another service to a maximum of three services in the first few years.” – @danielsangi
  • “If you want to grow your church, you need to grow your people.” – @toddadkins 
  • “You want to create an environment and system as frictionless as possible to making decisions.” – @toddadkins 
  • “If you can keep it simple, you can sustain and scale quickly.” – @toddadkins
  • “Try to be flexible in your first few years. Continue to experiment, test, and be willing to change.” – @danielsangi

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