Prepping for the Future of Church Multiplication — Peter Mueller of the ACTS Church Network
July 6, 2020
Do you ever wish that you had a time machine? What would you go and tell your younger self when you got started on this ministry journey all those years ago? Or, if you’re just starting out, what questions would you want to ask your future self if you could get your hands on an affordable DeLorean that could go “Marty McFly” on the future?
Well, thankfully, God has provided the church with leaders who are humble enough to know that they don’t have the answers to every question, yet realize that they have something to offer the generation behind them!
When you’re starting out, your questions, challenges, and struggles aren’t the same as they will be ten years in. But what if somebody could help you right now save a lot of time, energy, and wasted resources to start prepping for the future so that you don’t have to make all of the same mistakes that they did?
Enter Peter Mueller. Peter and the ACTS Church Network are looking back to ten fruitful years of switching their focus from a “church” to a church multiplication network. But more importantly, they’re looking forward. Over the years, they’ve put some amazing systems in place to help the next generation coming behind them get straight down to business.
You don’t have to waste time rediscovering the pioneer routes over the mountains. These guys have already done that, and they’ve made maps! Blaze a faster route with some of the wisdom from today’s guest: Peter Mueller of the ACTS Network in Austin, Texas.
Today’s episode covers some of the following:
- You never know when some life-changing thing is going to be said
- How to make sure you don’t just “think about multiplying” but actually do it
- Why we need to collaborate together
- What multiplication networks look like for Lutherans
- The ACTS Network process
- How to see 100 churches planted in the next 10 years
All of this and more will be found in the Exponential Reproducing Churches podcast with Peyton Jones. Listen now!