Category: HeroMaker


Hero Maker Practice 2: Are You Leading With a Bias to ‘Yes’?

Back in junior high, I had what I call my first “I-C-N-U” conversation. I was at a summer camp in…

Hero Maker Practice 1: Are You Thinking Beyond What You Can Do Alone?

Below, Exponential President Dave Ferguson unpacks the first of five essential practices in shifting from hero to hero maker.   "If…


Tanya Paniagua’s HeroMaker Story


Beyond Addition to Multiplication

What culture are you creating in your church? In this post, Exponential Director Todd Wilson unpacks the three elements of…


What Kingdom Dream Are You Calling People To?

  Sound teaching, powerful storytelling (live and video), inspiring real-life examples—Day two of Exponential West continued the Dream Big conversation…

What Is The Big Dream God Has Called You To?

  John Ortberg, Dave Ferguson, Albert Tate, Ed Stetzer, Will Mancini and others introduced this year’s “Dream Big” theme—focusing on…


Are You a Hero Maker?

Looking back over your life, who were your heroes—the people you looked up to and wanted to be like? We’ve…

HeroMaker: Daring to Lead a Multiplying Church

As a community of activists devoted to church multiplication, Exponential is continuing the multiplication conversation in 2018 as we look…


A Glimpse into the New eBook Multipliers

Exponential's new ebook Multipliers goes along with our 2018 HeroMaker theme. The book will come out early September. Below is the…


7 Shifts Toward Planting a Movement

To say that we are euphoric about the new conversation happening within church-planting circles would be an understatement. Exchanges that…


Three Essentials of Kingdom Multiplication

The plan begins with a mission. This quote from modern management pioneer Peter Drucker gives us a good indicator of…

Making Disciple Makers

[s3mm type="video" s3bucket="ExpoTraining" files="2017 East/Bobby Harrington.mp4" /]   In this training video from Exponential East 2017, Bobby Harrington talks about…


Healthy Rhythms

for Leaders


By Winfield Bevins

& Mark Dunwoody