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The Vision

The vision of Multiplication Network is to see a healthy church representing the Kingdom of God in every community. Our mission is to equip leaders with the tools to strengthen and multiply healthy churches.

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We Train & Equip

the leaders to engage their people and share the gospel.

Leaders Plant Churches

in their local region using our training programs and tools.

Multiply the Network

through strategic growth and regional church planting.

Ministry Updates

Oumarou's Story - Niger

As a Muslim who strictly adhered to the Islamic faith, Oumarou Mahamadou was resistant to the Gospel when Idi Zaroumey, a church planter with Multiplication Network, first spoke to him. Oumarou is from Birnin N’Gaouré, a town in the Dosso Region of Niger, and many of his early conversations with Idi were aggressive and argumentative.

However, Idi did not give up hope in reaching Oumarou. He consistently and prayerfully conti...

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Grace's Story - Tanzania

“Jesus met me in an ICU room when I was almost dying!” shares Grace Charles. 


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Sam-Ol's Story - Cambodia

Before Sam-Ol Nget knew Jesus, he was a Buddhist. He shares that he was prideful and mi...

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Joshua Ayuba - Nigeria

Joshua Ayuba is a missionary teacher in a primary school in Kwanginu, Nigeria. Before h...

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Give to Ukraine


Multiplication Network is working with the Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary (UBTS) and the Ukraine Partnership Foundation to receive funds to help with ongoing relief efforts. The UBTS has been tranformed into a hub for accepting essential supplies, including food, first aid kits, and diapers and is distributing them to many other cities in Ukraine where the need is greatest.

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Take Your Church's Pulse

Take Your Church’s Pulse was specifically created to help effectively diagnose the health of a community of faith by evaluating several key areas of church life. It is a powerful tool for self-evaluation and planning in a local church—two important processes for churches that seek both quantitative and qualitative growth.

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