Tag: Hero Maker

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Honoring Bob Buford

It was one year ago today that I received the phone call that my friend and mentor, Bob Buford, had…
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Hero Maker

In Hero Maker you will learn how to bring real change to your church and community by developing the practical…

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The Legacy of a Hero Maker

Have you ever thought that heroes are made? Every hero has a hero maker—a mom or dad, a friend, a…

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Hero Maker Practice 5: Kingdom Building

The Practice of Kingdom Building The fifth and final hero maker practice is Kingdom building—a shift in counting. Instead of…


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Are You Just Filling Slots?

Are You Just Filling Slots? My guess is that every leader knows what that somewhat cryptic question means when it…
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Discover the Power of Permission Giving

Overcoming Inertia Inertia is the tendency to do nothing and to remain unchanged. It shows no favoritism, acting with equal intensity…


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The Multiplication Conversation Continues

The Multiplication Conversation Continues... [s3mm type="video" s3bucket="expand2018" files="Dave_Expanded_1.mp4" /]   In this video from Exponential 2018, Dave Ferguson gives an…
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Leaving a Legacy of Level 5 Leadership

You may not have known Dr. Graham personally, but you’ve almost certainly been impacted by him. That’s because he was…


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Hero Maker: Five Essential Practices for Leaders to Multiply Leaders

FREE WEBINAR REGISTRATION Register Now! Topic: Five Essential Practices for Leaders to Multiply Leaders Hero Maker is the theme for…

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7 Critical Shifts for Moving Beyond Mega and Multisite

We will need to shift to being agile, creation-oriented networks that unleash the potential every believer is desiring to live…

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Hero Maker Practice 2: Permission Giving

Derwin Gray joins Exponential President Dave Ferguson for the third session in the Hero Maker podcast series as we look…
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Hero Maker Podcast: Multiplication Thinking

Sam Stephens joins Exponential President Dave Ferguson for the next installment in this series focusing on the five essential practices…