Interviews

Interview with John Ippolito

John and Kathryn Ippolito reside in Laval, QC, where they have lead the congregation of Laval Christian Assembly since 1992. John also serves as the Secretary-Treasurer for the Quebec District and is part of the Multiply Network Lead Team.

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Multiply Network Podcast

The primary purpose of the Multiply Network is to champion church multiplication because we believe every Canadian must have an access point to the gospel. We want to be an engine that helps drive the vision of church multiplication forward into new communities, cultures and contexts in Canada! We hope you will be inspired by the stories and resourced by the shared learning.

This month’s podcast features an interview with Jim Molloy. Jim Molloy is the Executive Director of Ministries and Missions for the PAOC Maritime District. This month, we chatted with Jim about life, ministry, and church multiplication. Check out this month’s podcast to hear all the great things happening! To listen or download it, click one of the links below and select Episode 8.

 

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Stories and Videos

Interview with John Albiston

John Albiston is an Effectiveness Coach in the Alberta and Northwest Territories district office. He works with leaders to see both church multiplication and revitalization move forward at a local church level to reach people far from God.

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Media

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Articles and Blogs

The New Normal in Church Planting

In its essence, church multiplication is the action of churches planting churches and often, subsequently, their own networks. This is becoming the new normal in church planting.

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Reaching Religious Nones

I was recently invited by a group of Canadian church planters to share five insights from my sociological research on religion, with an eye toward engaging “religious nones” – those who say they have no religion. I said the following:

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