Multiply Your Ministry: From Sitting to Serving

Multiply Your Ministry: From Sitting to Serving
July 26, 2016 Bob D'Ambrosio

Imagine a church where everyone is involved in serving and the culture models the priesthood of all believers. Sounds great, right?  So how do you make it happen?

Culture changing starts with leadership.  When 20 percent of your leadership understands the Ephesians 4 call to equip people for ministry, you begin to see culture shifts. We can help you train your leadership with an exciting, hands-on, fast paced, one-day training called Multiply Your Ministry.

Multiply Your Ministry is a unique workshop where you’ll explore the Biblical foundations of how to equip people to truly create team-based ministry.  This training will help leaders understand the essential shift from doing to equipping. You’ll learn the six non-negotiable core values necessary to create a culture that will support an equipping ministry and explore the role of leadership to make it happen.

You’ll take away a plan of action steps to move forward to build healthy teams and articulate a vision of an every-member ministry.

Multiply Your Ministry is now available to bring to your church!  For one low cost you can train as many people from your church (and region) that you can accommodate, so everyone is on the same page—at the same time.  Download the brochure to learn how you can host this exciting event.

For more information call 800-267-9040 or email:


Bob D’Ambrosio is a 25-year veteran of frontline church ministry and now serves with Group’s content solutions team. He’s a trainer for volunteer equipping, a Refresh the Church blogger, and a ministry coach for Group U. Bob is a contributing author and general editor of the E4:12 Bible Study Series Better Together: Connecting to God and Others and Leading Out: Connecting People to Purpose.


  1. Steve Simms 8 years ago

    Bob: I just wrote a book about what you said: “Imagine a church where everyone understands their purpose and the church culture models the priesthood of all believers.”

    It’s called “Beyond Church: An Invitation To Experience The Lost Word Of The Bible–Ekklesia” and is available at

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      Bob D'Ambrosio 8 years ago

      Awesome!Thanks Steve for the head’s up. I’ll give it a read.

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