Vision: 5 Paradigm Shifts

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Featuring Drew Hyun, Janet McMahon, Ralph Moore, and Myron Pierce

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A Pastor’s Guide to Accelerating Multiplication

Tuesday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. ET

Practical Multiplication
An Online, Interactive, Weekly Pastor’s Guide to Accelerating Multiplication
Episode 17 — Vision: 5 Paradigm Shifts

In this episode, Ralph and Myron will interview church planting leaders Drew Hyun and Janet McMahon on 5 Paradigm Shifts for Multiplication. Together, they’ll discuss how to release others for multiplication, shifting your operating system, the importance of creating opportunities for ever disciple to become a missionary, and more.

Featured Guests

Drew Hyun

Founder and Pastor of Hope Church Midtown; Founding Pastor of Hope Church NYC

Janet McMahon

Co-founding pastorsof Restore Community Church

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Featured Guests

Drew Hyun

Drew Hyun is the Founder and Pastor of Hope Church Midtown, as well as the Founding Pastor of Hope Church NYC, a family of diverse churches in and around NYC. Drew has also co-founded the New City Network, a network of urban churches that value multi-ethnicity, Spirit-filled ministry, emotional health, and mission.

Drew graduated from UC Berkeley in California with a major in rhetoric. He later went on to graduate from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts.

He has gone on to preach in many different contexts, both in the United States and abroad. His particular passion is for community and for the transformative power that community brings. He now lives in New York City with his lovely wife Christina, and their two children, David, and Avery. His most restful sabbath involves family, sports, and naps.

Janet McMahon

Janet and her husband Troy are the founding pastors of Restore Community Church, a multi-site church in Kansas City. Through its focus on developing and sending leaders, Restore has been a part of planting over 40 churches and invested over a million dollars in Church planting.

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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