Monday, March 8, 2010

Muti-Church Road Trip by Surratt, Ligdon, and Bird

The multi-site church movement is reshaping the way we do church. But how does it actually work? And is it right for your church? Enjoy a guided tour of multi-site churches across America and see for yourself how churches are growing and reaching their communities. This companion to The Multi-Site Church Revolution gives you on-site pictures of the new and creative ways churches are expanding their impact through multiple locations.


Hop On for a Guided Tour of the Multi-Site Church Movement

From multiple locations to internet campuses, the multi-site church movement is changing the shape of the church. What is this rapidly expanding phenomenon all about? Experience the revolution for yourself and see why it has become the “new normal” for growing churches. A Multi-Site Church Roadtrip takes you on a tour of multi-site churches across America to see how they’re handling the opportunities and challenges raised by this dynamic organizational model.

Travel with tour guides Geoff Surratt, Greg Ligon, and Warren Bird, authors of The Multi-Site Church Revolution, on their engaging and humorous journey that shows creative ways churches of all kinds are expanding their impact through multiple locations. Hear the inside stories and learn about the latest developments. Find out firsthand how the churches in this book are broadening their options for evangelism, service, and outreach—while making better use of their ministry funds.

This book was an interesting read. The authors not only discuss what they have seen with churches branching out into new locations, but they also give some helpful advice in how churches can do it, pitfalls to avoid, and the best way for your church to branch out into multiple locations.

The Multi-Church Road Trip is availble from Zondervan.


Steve-n-Deb said...

This sounds like one I would enjoy.

gligon said...

Thanks for the post. We hope everyone will find the book challenging, inspiring, practical and fun. We have a multi-site toolkit that we will email to anyone interested. Send request to