How Exponential shapes seeding conversations.
Multiplication is somewhat new within the Hispanic Wesleyan community, with only a couple of years of discovery.
The Wesleyan Church had over 500 lay and clergy multipliers in participation who worked together to freshly imagine ways to care for their communities.
The Wesleyan Church is expanding its vision of church multiplication by adding four new, specially-designed cohorts in partnership with Exponential for 2020.
The Wesleyan Church is seen as an early adopter amongst denominations in applying multiplying and movement-making principles.
Leaders invest in the next generation and pray for equipping power from the Holy Spirit.
The Church Multiplication Collective of The Wesleyan Church has created an initiative to help leaders develop a church multiplication strategy.
Two pastors new to The Wesleyan Church share a passion in church planting. So they did just that: planted a church in Pennsylvania.
You can plant a church with the engine of evangelism. But if you want to launch a movement, you will have to engage the engine of discipleship.
You are called to do things that you cannot do, that you could never do.
HopeCity, a Wesleyan church in North Carolina, has been presented the first-ever Life Transformation Award. The award was presented at the Exponential Conference in Tampa in April.
Exponential may be a mathematical term, but it also holds weight in God’s kingdom–especially in the area of church planting and making committed disciples of Jesus.
With more than three hundred church planters, pastors, and leaders attending Exponential 2014, the movement of multiplication is definitely on the rise across The Wesleyan Church.