Peter Ko moderates a discussion with evangelist and well-known blogger Steve McAlpine on the post-Christian thought processes in Australia, and how to speak the Gospel into that mindset.
Derek Hanna and Richard Perkins, experienced church planters, discuss key points for preparing a core group for a successful launch.
Scott Curtis and Greg Lee discuss the development of effective leadership development systems through Hunter Bible Church, and how to apply them to even the smallest church context.
Sam Chan and Al Stewart, experienced evangelists, share their insights in speaking to the post-modern worldview that dominates Australian thinking, and reverse the order that most evangelistic material is presented.
Al Stewart, founding director of Geneva Push, gives a sobering analysis of the Gospel Climate Change that is both threatening the proclamation in Australia. But then the Gospel shines brightest in the dark.
Richard Perkins (CO-Mission, city planting in London) & Wade Burnett (Multisite Solutions, USA) are interviewed about their church planting efforts, and how their networks differ from work in Australia.
In the third and final Bible talk for Multiply17, Peter Ko takes us to Isaiah 50:4-9 and Isaiah 52:13-53:12) to discover the atonement achieved by the Suffering Servant - and a warning for church planters who see themselves as saviours.
Hans Kristensen and Pete Hughes share boldly and frankly with Lee Murray about the closures of their church plants, and the practical and personal lessons God taught them through these difficult times.