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Multiplication Movements

A Disciple-Making Movement Visualized

L.J. Evers, the team leader of the Keystone Project Houston team has developed a visual to help teach his team the steps of multiplying a disciple-making movement. This flowchart is an adaption of the 4 Fields approach to church planting movements found within the T4T training program. This Keystone Project chart specifically emphasizes working to…

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4 Obstacles to Multiplying Disciples to the Fourth Generation

—From The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene In almost every instance I have researched, there have been four common denominators which contribute to a general trend to fall short of the fourth generation: You chose the wrong first generation disciple, or your first generation chose the wrong second. If that is the case, you need…

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A Multiplication Movement in a Surprising Place…

As the Keystone Project Program Director, I serve as a resource person to our various trainers and movement leaders. I am hoping to begin sharing short stories on a more regular basis from the reports that I get from leaders around the world. Below is a excerpt from a recent prayer letter of one of…

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4 Keys to Multiplying Disciples to the Fourth Generation

One question we are often asked is, “How do you prevent breakdowns in the disciple-making process?” The following is a summary in outline form of the four keys that we have found. This outline is taken from The Keystone Project Training Manual by Richard Greene Key #1 Select Your First Generation Carefully Select your first generation…

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The Power of Prophetic Prayer

Sam McVay Jr. leads our team of “special ops prayer warriors” here in the U.S. When there is an urgent need from one of our trainings or international leaders, Sam notifies his team and they are mobilized in prayer. In January, the Keystone Project was hosting a small “underground” training in a muslim dominated area…

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Multiplication Movement Infograph

This infograph put together by City Church of Woodbine captures vividly a disciple making movement and how it overflows into a movements of church planting as well. (The image above is only a small preview of the entire thing).

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Setting Movement DNA

The secret of success in this work lies in beginning at the very beginning. It is the training of the first converts which sets the type for the future. If the first converts are taught to depend upon the missionary, if all work, evangelistic, educational, social is concentrated in his hands, the infant community learns…

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Recognizing and Launching Movements

Christianity in its purest form is a movement. A movement is “a diffusely organized or heterogeneous group of people tending toward or favoring a generalized common goal.” A movement occurs when people are connected to a shared cause or purpose. The shared connecting points of a movement could be  Vision Goals Values Identity Passion Achievement Purpose Affiliation To bring people into…

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Multiply Movement

Excited for what God is doing To stir his church in the United States to make disciples who make disciples. Check out this great new ministry here.

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Beginning with the End in Mind

If a church multiplication movement is to happen in the United States, it is highly unlikely to come from our current structures and systems, and not even from our more vigorous approaches to church planting in recent years. If we carry our current methods and approaches to their logical end, maybe we could push the…

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