The Multi-Site Church Revolution: Being One Church in Many Locations
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The Multi-Site Church Revolution: Being One Church in Many Locations

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This book captures the story of a widespread movement of churches that are expanding their ministries to include multiple formats, venues, and locations, using dozens of in-the-trenches examples, identifying the primary reasons churches succeed as well as how they overcome common snags on the route to "one church---many congregations.'
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Published August 30th 2009 by Zondervan (first published June 1st 2006)
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Wanna read a book that gives an overview of what happens when churches begin operating by a man-made business model rather than an inspired Word of God? If you answered yes, then read Zondervan’s A Multi-Site Road Trip by Geoff Surratt, Greg Ligon, & Warren Bird. This recollection of a cross-country trip to fifteen different multi-site churches across America, including Hawaii, is so full of the folly of man’s knowledge that there is, as expected, little room for Godly knowledge. Sure, there...more
Chris
Straight forward. Well outlined. A solid rationale for franchising the local church. Surratt and his team did a fine job of covering the basic philosophy of multi-site, and then got down to the practical stuff that we were all wondering about.

Lessons:

Take time to identify the nonnegotiable DNA
Take time to list best practices
Take time to find the best campus pastor
Launch with sufficient energy/money/people to raise the likelihood of success
Ronald
I read this book because of our present situation. The book deals mostly with mega-style churches. For an average church I didn't find it that helpful. A more helpful book for me was Becoming One, Merging Churches Together
Juan Flores Zuñiga
I had found it useful and rick in content and experiences. I do highly recommended for planters or churches with a heart for evangelism. The best way to reach the world is planting new and healthy churches
Derek
A good and basic book on multi-site ministry looking at many different situations and possibilities. A good starter book in helping you address the different questions and situations in this unique ministry.
Andrew
This is a great primer if your church is headed towards, or just starting, a multi-site ministry. Lots of good ideas in here.
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