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CFTROU 0029: Multisite Landscape

Today we welcome Family Church member, Kadi Cole. Kadi is a facilitator and consultant to church leaders around the country and serves as the Director of the Multisite HUB at the Leadership Network. Prior to that, Kadi was the Executive Director of Multisite Ministries at Christ Fellowship Church in Palm Beach County, the Dean of Student Development at Palm Beach Atlantic University and the Director of Advancement at Grace Church in Ohio. This is the first in a three-part conversation with Kadi about the multisite movement. In this episode, Kadi gives us an overview of where the multisite movement is today. We discuss the viability of going multisite, why some churches are walking away from multisite, and the factors that come into play for successful multisite churches. Kadi is a wealth of knowledge and shares valuable advice for small churches who are thinking about going multisite.

Key Points:

  • An assessment of the multisite landscape in America today.
  • Why some churches walking away from multisite.
  • The blurred lines between multisite churches and church planting.
  • The factors that come into play for successful multisite churches.
  • Live preaching versus video venue for multisite churches.
  • Key markers to hit before going multisite.
  • Factors that small churches should consider before going multisite.

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Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

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