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Leadership Forum – April 30, 2012

01 May

This past Monday night at Eastbrook Church, we gathered together for our quarterly Leadership Forum. I am so thankful for all those who came together for this important time to look at vision and direction.

Our focus for this gathering was on multiplying at every level, in particular developing ministry leaders at the church. We talked about the need to multiply disciples and ministry leaders if we are ever to be a part of God’s work in reaching more people through multiplying churches or sites. I utilized 2 Timothy 2:2 as a basis for our discussion of the reproductive principle we see in nature (e.g., seeds to plants to scattering seeds) and in the ministry of Jesus Christ (e.g., selecting twelve, sending twelve, sending the seventy).

We discussed the challenge of taking action versus waiting on God in prayer. We discussed the variety of ways that we can reach out to develop others.

My challenge to everyone present was that each of us pray that God would lead us to at least one other person whom we could pour ourselves into so that they might be able to do what we do in ministry.

You can view the slide presentation that accompanied our discussion below.

 
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Posted by on May 1, 2012 in Eastbrook

 

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2 responses to “Leadership Forum – April 30, 2012

  1. Jim Brunner

    May 5, 2012 at 4:45 pm

    Matt, when you are referring to a second site, what do you mean? What would it look like and what would be the purpose? Thank you. Jim

     
    • Matt Erickson

      May 6, 2012 at 6:35 am

      Jim, by a second site I am referring to a second location for worship and ministry that is still related to our main location. There are many churches taking this approach, which is called multi-site ministry. It allows you to share staffing and resources across multiple locations in ways that a strict church-plant usually does not.

      A good friend of mine, Mike Moran, has this sort of approach at Kettlebrook Church, which now has two sites: one in West Bend and one in Jackson.

       

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