More than 85 percent of churches have under two hundred people in weekly attendance. The tendency is to think these churches are ordinary or everyday-conventional wisdom says that bigger is better and Everyday Churches can have only a limited impact. But when Jesus was teaching people about the Kingdom of God, he didn’t follow conventional wisdom. He compared the Kingdom to a mustard seed-the smallest of seeds, but with the potential to change the landscape. Just like the mustard seed, Everyday Churches are small, but filled with potential. Proliferate: A Church Planting Strategy for Everyday Churches explains how the Everyday Church can fulfill Christ’s vision by helping plant churches across the globe. In Proliferate, the reader will:

  • Understand that Everyday Churches can be involved in church planting.
  • Build out a vision for their church’s involvement in church multiplication.
  • Learn to confront obstacles that stand in the way of church multiplication.
  • Create a communication strategy to engage their church.
Churches of any size can be involved in church multiplication. Gospel-focused churches need to proliferate for the spread of the gospel and the glory of Jesus.

About the Author

Jason Crandall

Jason Crandall is the Lead Pastor of CityVew Church in Pearland, Texas. He serves as Executive Director of The CityView Collective, a group of churches that cooperatively plants gospel-centered churches in the Houston area. Jason trains and coaches church planters from across the country, and he holds a doctorate in leadership from Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He and his wife Allison have three sons.

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