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Multisite Lab & Workshops at Exponential in Orlando this March

January 14, 2019

Join me at the Made for More: Mobilizing God’s People, God’s Way Exponential conference in Orlando, March 4-7. Exponential is the largest gathering of church multipliers on the planet with many of the leading voices and practitioners in the multisite movement focusing on church reproduction and multiplication. When you register for Exponential Regional Orlando 2019 and choose the Pre-Conference Multisite Lab, you can use the code multisite19 and get the Pre-Conference Labs free ($59 value). Here’s a little more about the multisite labs we’ll be hosting: Multisite Lab – Hosted by MultiSite Solutions A Pre-Conference Equipping Lab for Church Leaders Day 1:​ Going Multisite Monday, March 4, 1-5pmThe multisite movement began as a space solution for megachurches but has… More

Multisite Vision Playlist

November 5, 2018

Going multisite starts with a clear and compelling vision of the future. Compelling multisite vision-casting is tied to the mission of your church, rooted in the Great Commission of Jesus to make disciples and focuses on the size of the spiritual harvest in your community. It’s all about taking your church to the people! Here is my multisite vision-video playlist from some of the leading multisite churches across America. Check out more multisite videos on the MultiSite Solutions YouTube Channel. ​ Woodmen Valley Chapel, Colorado Springs, CO My journey with multisite began in 1997 when I challenged my church to go “Beyond the Walls” and become one church in multiple locations. I was the senior pastor of… More

The Multi-Site Mindset

October 2, 2018

By Jim Tomberlin, repost from Ministry Trends The decline in mega-campuses doesn’t mean a decline in ministry. Quite the contrary! Churches today are learning they can grow faster by inviting people to smaller facilities in multiple neighborhoods. In some multi-site churches, each location has its own worship team and preacher; in others, the worship service at one location is streamed live over the internet to other gatherings. While going multi-site is not cheap, it is much less expensive than building and maintaining one massive facility. The multi-site approach allows a church to extend its geographic reach beyond the distance people are willing to drive to attend a mega-campus. The same church can have congregations in… More

Have We Seen the Last Mega-Campus?

September 13, 2018

By Jim Tomberlin, repost from Ministry Trends Through the internet and social media, the ministry of a local church is no longer confined to its facility. Megachurches are not going anywhere. Their number is increasing, and so is their attendance. But it’s becoming less common for megachurches to bring all their worshipers together at a single campus. At the end of the 20th century, megachurches developed huge tracts of land and large mall-like facilities with thousands of sanctuary seats. These days that strategy is fading, and new mega-campuses are rarely built. Why? These massive facilities struggle to serve their primary purpose over the long haul. Some pastor-centric churches will manage to keep their existing mega-campuses… More

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"Jim Tomberlin was a huge asset to us during our recent move to multisite. His experience and expertise helped us navigate our staff and church through a church merger and greatly assisted us in the union of two churches. I highly recommend Jim to anyone prayerfully considering either mergers or multisite churches."

TERRY BRISBANE
Senior Pastor, Cornerstone Church

"Jim came along side Celebration Church from the very beginning of our multi-site journey. His insight, strategy, and understanding of what it takes to be a healthy church was huge to us as we began this new journey. Since partnering with Jim, we’ve gone from one church meeting in a single location, to five campuses meeting throughout Wisconsin."

MARK GUNGOR
SENIOR PASTOR - CELEBRATION CHURCH, GREEN BAY, WI

"Not only did he bring a depth of knowledge, insight and wisdom but he also helped to bring clarity to our strategy which will keep us healthy and growing well into the future. Jim brought to our team a pastor’s heart with a strategist’s mind for how to understand church growth through multisites."

STEVE POE
LEAD PASTOR - NORTHVIEW CHURCH CARMEL, IN

"Jim is one of the country’s leading thinkers on the multi-site movement."

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Craig Groeschel – Lead Pastor

"If you’re planning to go multisite and want someone to walk you through implementing your strategy successfully you’ll want to connect with Jim…you won’t be disappointed."

Community Christian Church
Dave Ferguson – Community Christian Church, Naperville, IL

"He is a veteran leader, who is able to combine a wealth of knowledge with an intuitive grasp of the needs of the local pastor."

The Chapel
Scott Chapman – The Chapel, Lake Country, IL

"If your church is thinking about going multisite make sure you have Jim on your team."

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Todd Cook – Sagebush Community Church – Alberquerque, New Mexico
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