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CFTROU 0014: Launch Large

Today on our Multisite Church for the Rest of Us series we start drilling down into the ways that we have gone multisite. We believe in getting a lot of hooks in the water through various church planting approaches and methods. This episode focuses on the traditional, “launch large” strategy. This is method most people think of when someone says they are going to plant a church. It involves identifying a place, a pastor, a launch team, making a local and national appeal, setting a date, building momentum and advertising the big launch date. We will discuss the upsides and downsides of this approach.

Key Points:

  • Churches that want to go multisite should consider getting a lot of hooks in the water.
  • Challenge people at your church to take a one-year mission trip.
  • Why you should consider sending your very best.
  • The costs of planting to the sending church.
  • Three things to ask your launch team.

If you’re going to plant a church, there’s a cost to the originating church. Click To TweetIf you’re going to do a traditional launch, launch large! Click To TweetFor a church to launch a church everybody’s got to have an oar in the water. Click To Tweet

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Jimmy on Twitter

Steve on Twitter

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