Tag: Made for More

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Todd Wilson with ChurchLeaders Podcast

We were thrilled for Todd Wilson, Exponential’s President and CEO to join Jason Daye on the ChurchLeaders Podcast. Todd talks…
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J.D. Greear on Lessons From the Early Church

When people discuss the difference between church multiplication versus church growth, having some hard facts about the state of the…

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Cynthia Marshall on Children of Light, Go Represent!

When you woke up this morning, did you realize that you were waking up as children of light? I want…

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Made for More Video Series – Conclusion

Our 2019 Exponential theme is Made for More: Mobilizing Gods People Gods Way.  We are addressing 6 essential shifts needed…


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Made for More – Dave Dummitt

I am more excited than ever for Exponential 2019 as we dive into the theme “Made For More.” If we…
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Made for More – KARA LASSEN OLIVER

“The place God calls you is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” Frederick Buechner I am…


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Made for More Video Series – From More Strategy to More Surrender

From More Strategy to More Surrender Our 2019 Exponential theme is Made for More: Mobilizing Gods People Gods Way.  We…
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From More Strategy to More Surrender

Shift 6 - From More Strategy to More Surrender: Ephesians Chapter 6 Exponential 2019 has been incredible so far this…


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Made for More Podcast Episode 10 – Ron Edmondson

Ron Edmondson: Made for More Podcast Interview with Ron Edmondson Ron Edmondson joins us for the next episode of the…

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Multiplication in the Face of Persecution

Throughout the world, men and women are planting the gospel, leading churches, mobilizing and multiplying disciples and birthing new gatherings…

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Made for More Video Series – From More Programs to More Mission Fields

From More Programs to More Mission Fields Our 2019 Exponential theme is Made for More: Mobilizing Gods People Gods Way.…
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Change the World

The following is a guest blog by Exponential 2019 Speaker and Exponential team member Ralph Moore. These are mostly meaningless…