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What the Church Today Can Learn from the Wesleyan Revival

What would a multiplication movement look like in the West? There is no better example of church multiplication than the Wesleyan revival, which grew exponentially in the early years. The movement started with only a handful of people in the 1700s and grew into a movement that reached thousands of people and established hundreds of societies in England and the United States. From 1850…

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Featured Ebook:The Networked Church


7 Critical Shifts for Moving Beyond Mega and Multisite

God is calling forth his Kingdom, and we are not meant just to pray his Kingdom come, but also to live toward that end. In The Networked Church, Brian Sanders, Executive Director of the UNDERGROUND, gazes into the future of American culture and describes how the Church needs to adapt to the changes that are beginning to take place. Rather than the large consumer-focused…

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Featured Ebook:Flourish


Growing a Level 5 Marriage

What level of “oneness” are you working toward in your marriage? This is the critical question for all couples, especially if you’re in ministry together, say Larry and Deb Walkemeyer, co-pastors of Light & Life Fellowship in Long Beach, California. In their new book, the Walkemeyers springboard from Exponential’s framework of five levels of church multiplication and reflect on their 40 years of marriage—as…

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This report was prepared by the team at Exponential in partnership with Ed Stetzer. We listened to leaders with over…