Jon Ferguson
Author, Speaker

Jon Ferguson is co-founder of Community Christian Church, a church with 14 locations in the Chicagoland area, and NewThing, which is Community’s global church planting mission. He is the Chicago Network pastor at Community, overseeing COMMUNITY’S initiatives in Chicago, including three new locations in the last three years. He also serves as teaching pastor and leads the team of staff champions for adult, student, children and creative arts ministries across all COMMUNITY locations. He is an adjunct professor at Wheaton College Graduate School, and he co-authored The Big Idea, Exponential and Discover Your Mission Now!. He lives in Lincoln Park on the north side of Chicago with his wife, Lisa, and their two children, Graham and Chloe.

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Leadership Conversations | Jon Ferguson

One of the most powerful tools we have for reproducing leaders are the words we say. In this podcast from…
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A Movement Starts with You

Movement is how you accomplish the Jesus Mission. Discover the 4 reproducing principles that will help you start a movement.…

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Reproducing Leaders Who Reproduce

Dave and Jon Ferguson, founding pastors of Community Christian Church in Chicago, join us for our next edition of the…

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The New Frontier of Multisite Movements

Hear the COMMUNITY story and discover the strategies for a reproducing movement. Discover what it takes to move from multisite…

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BLESS: 5 Simple Practices to Change Your World

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Seven Moves to Multi-Site



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Reproducing Leaders: Mobilizing Your Church for Mission

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Seven Moves to Multi-Site


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Mobilizing Your Church for Mission


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MULTI-SITE: Seven Moves to Multi-Site

Learn about the path Community Christian Church and other churches have walked that has led them to launch multiple locations.…

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TEAM & STAFFING: Tools for Reproducing

Join Dave Ferguson as he shares essential and proven tools, along with practical insight drawn from years of experience, for…
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The New Multi-Site Frontier: Networks and Movements

Are you thinking multisite is so "yesterday"? Do you feel like you've heard all there is to say about reproducing…