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CFTROU 0031: Multisite Church for the Rest of Us

Today we conclude a series on multisite church with our friend and church leadership expert, Kadi Cole. Kadi is going to share 8 factors for a church of any size to consider prior to going multisite. They are: vision, a strong core team, funding, launch strategy, and more. Kadi also gives us some insight into potential barriers to multisite growth as well as the characteristics shared by successful multisite churches.

Key Points:

  • Eight factors to consider before going multisite.
  • The need for a clear, compelling vision.
  • The importance of having a core team of both leaders and doers.
  • Emphasis on people over location, facility, and logistics.
  • Utilizing reverse engineering.
  • The importance of the campus pastor.
  • How budget and funding can dictate other decisions.
  • Defining the “win”.
  • Maintaining a consistent strategy across ministry areas.
  • Common characteristics of successful multisite churches.

Multisite isn’t vision; it’s strategy. Click To TweetThe people are more important than the facility – we are called to a people, not a building. Click To TweetThe great thing about multisite is that there are so many options – there are as many options as there are churches. Click To Tweet

Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Kadi Cole

Kadi Cole on Twitter

Jimmy on Twitter

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