We offer tools so that every church can multiply its impact on individual lives, on its community and on our world. In order for a church to live up to its God-potential, we must assess and cultivate readiness for world-changing ministry.
In this dynamic era, churches need nimble leadership and cultural readiness in order to maximize their impact and blessing on the world as followers of Jesus Christ. It is not enough to “grow the church.” We need to multiply ministry. We believe that any church can reclaim the foundational multiplication DNA of the Jesus movement. Readiness 360 embodies the belief that the most fruitful church multiplication efforts come from healthy congregations with strong leadership, spiritual intensity, dynamic relationships, missional alignment and cultural openness. By taking our exclusive 360-degree assessment, any church can now evaluate the behaviors, patterns, and attitudes that contribute to success or failure when developing new places for new people or stepping out in bold risk-taking mission. There is no other instrument that measures church readiness for ministry multiplication like this one.
Our Mission Is…
- To help churches multiply their kingdom impact with their mission field.
- To elevate the expectation that all churches can multiply their ministry and impact.
- To provide tools which improve the sustainability and success rate of new churches, campuses and faith communities.
- To support coaches, consultants and judicatory leaders in taking faith communities to the next level of engagement and multiplication.
Paul Nixon and Christie Latona, are practical researchers of church multiplication. They have studied multiplication movements on different continents, read the books, worked in the trenches, planted churches, coached multiple pastors and leaders who are in the midst of innovation and multiplication and have grown organizations. We believe it is possible to identify and develop multiplication DNA in congregations.
A note about confidentiality: The administrator can see an overview of who has taken the survey. This data will show name, role, age, sex and length of time at church. This data is only shown so the administrator can make sure they are gathering an accurate representation of the congregation, and also a good number of responses. At no time can the names be linked to the responses. Administrators are not able to see individual responses. If there is a greater concern for privacy, respondents can use an alias, they do not have to use their real name.