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Featuring Jimi Calhoun, Ralph Moore, & Myron Pierce

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A Pastor’s Guide to Accelerating Multiplication

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Practical Multiplication
An Online, Interactive, Weekly Pastor’s Guide to Accelerating Multiplication
Episode 12 — Friendship and Race

In Episode 12, Ralph and Myron will interview Jimi Calhoun, lead pastor of Bridging Austin and former world class bassist who performed with several popular acts in the 1970s such as Creation, Dr. John, Rare Earth, Parliament-Funkedelic, Brian Auger, Clifford Coulter, Mel Brown, and Buddy Miles and many others.

Jimi will bring a very balanced perspective to the need to deal with racial issues on a human-to-human basis — instead of just saying the right things, Jimi shows where to start taking practical steps in bridging the racial divide in our country.

This show highlights Exponential’s core church multiplication frameworks with a focus on the everyday, practical nature of how the concepts can help pastors and church planters make disciples and multiply churches.

This weekly show brings Exponential’s frameworks to life through conversation and story with Ralph Moore, Myron Pierce, and an “in the trenches” leader who is putting the particular episodes framework into practice. 

Each of the guests embodies the practices of multiplication as living examples of various stages along the Multiplier’s journey.

Featured Guest

Jimi Calhoun

Lead Pastor, Bridging Austin Interdenominational Church

Myron Pierce

Pastor & Church Planter

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Featured Guest

Jimi Calhoun

Jimi is a former world class bassist who performed with several popular acts in the 1970s such as, Creation, Dr. John, Rare Earth, Parliament-Funkedelic, Brian Auger, Clifford Coulter, Mel Brown, and Buddy Miles and many others.

A gifted storyteller and popular speaker he has made numerous television appearances on NBC, CBS, ABC and others, in addition to hosting his own weekly radio program.

He is co-chair of Community Dreams, an Austin-based nonprofit serving urban youth, and a member of the Austin Interfaith Inclusion Network, which serves people living with disabilities. He is on the boards of the Interfaith Arts Council, Humanitarians in the Arts, The Pecan Street Association, and the Exnihilo Art Center in Deadman's Cay, the Bahamas.

His latest book is "The Sounds of Love and Grace." His previous books are "A Story of Rhythm and Grace: What the Church Can Learn from Rock and Roll about Healing the Racial Divide" and "The Art of God: Reflections on Music, Diversity, and the Beauty in You."

Hosts

Ralph Moore

Ralph Moore is the Founding Pastor of three churches. He and his wife, Ruby, currently pastor Hope Chapel Honolulu. He spends his free time walking, reading and hanging out at the pool. Like his preaching, his written words deliver solid truth in a humorous and unassuming manner. Beginning with just 12 people, the Hope Chapel 'movement' now numbers over 2,300 churches, worldwide. These are the offspring of the 70+ congregations launched from Ralph's hands-on disciplemaking efforts. Ralph currently travels the globe, teaching church multiplication to pastors in startup movements. He's authored several books, including Let Go Of the Ring: The Hope Chapel Story, Making Disciples, How to Multiply Your Church, Starting a New Church, and Defeating Anxiety. Catch his blog at www.ralphmoore.net.

Myron Pierce

Above all, Myron first is a family man, married to his wonderful wife Kristin. Together they keep life busy and exciting as they raise four beautiful children, Jericho, Judah, Jayce, & Presley. Myron previously worked with Abide and was a Pastor at Bridge Church in Omaha, Ne. Myron currently leads a new church plant in inner-city Omaha called Mission Church. He graduated from Grace University with a degree in biblical studies, and business leadership. He's written two books, started two churches, three businesses, and a nonprofit entrepreneurial incubator. His life's mission is to inspire hope in the heart of every person he meets. He's taken the life-transforming power of Christ and, his message of hope to thousands of people.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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