Creating a Multiplying Culture: 5 Lessons from Acts

Creating a Multiplying Culture: 5  Lessons from Acts

You can’t force multiplication to happen, but you can cultivate an environment where multiplication can happen. As a leader, you can create a culture where sending people is expected, celebrated, and shared by the entire community. There are five important principles from the story of the Church in Antioch and the sending of Paul and Barnabas in Acts. Their story is not merely a pattern to follow but the essence of a multiplying culture. In this chapter, we will unpack these crucial characteristics of communities that send leaders and multiply. 

The Gospel Changes Who We Are

The Gospel Changes Who We Are

Many of us find meaning in who we are, where we come from, what we do for a living, or where we live. The list is long and we try to squeeze that significance, or the best of us, into our 140-character bio. We label ourselves, we are labelled by others, and our cultures tells us to find and express ourselves. It’s all quite confusing, disorienting, and we are left clinging to mishmash of views or stories about ourselves. This mosaic forms our identity.