Multiply Minis

Relevant, Timely Trainings to Multiply Your Impact

Multiply Minis are live, interactive trainings for ministry leaders to break out of the norm and  hear fresh ideas. These Minis will encourage, inspire, and resource churches with the most current topics and innovative best practices from practitioners across West Ohio and beyond.  

Each participant will  leave the 90-minute webcasts with practical, ready-to-use tools along with “the one big thing” to take home. At each Mini, you'll also learn about “Co-Labs”: specialized learning groups designed to help you move from information to action. 

Multiply Minis are open and free for both clergy and lay.

*Space for each Mini is limited to the first 150 participants.
*Deadline to register is the Friday before each Mini.
*Continuing Education Units are available for each Mini. See registration for details.
*All times listed are in Eastern Standard Time Zone. 

See below for the full listing! 


Multiply Minis 2021 Schedule thru November


Should We Start a Dinner Church?

November  2  |  10:30-12EST | Fresh Expression US

Christians in the early church gathered together around a meal, telling the story of Jesus’ last supper, breaking bread, and sharing the cup. Ritualized meals have been practiced by a variety of Christian denominations through the centuries. Churches across the US are experimenting with micro-gatherings via Dinner Church and reaching those who aren’t interested in the norm. Is this ancient-futuristic approach to reaching your community something your church could explore? 
Suggested Book: Welcome to Dinner Church by Verlon Fosner 


Creating  a Healthy Staff Culture

November 3  |  10:30-12EST | Rev. Dr. Jon Ferguson

Leading a church that transforms the world requires more than the latest leadership strategies or team building activities. Healthy churches are driven by a culture where people are more committed to leading out of who they are than out of what they do. A healthy staff culture also requires courageous decisions about hiring, developing, and knowing when to let go of a team member. Ultimately, an effective ministry flows out of building a healthy culture. 
Suggested Book:  The Emotionally Healthy Leader by Peter Scazzero



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