Episode 617: Your Leadership Pipeline and Discipleship Pathway Revisited

In Episode 617 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd revisit the most popular topic every downloaded.

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • Where the podcast has been and what’s happening next
  • How a leadership pipeline and discipleship pathway create a strategy when used together

 Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “Your leadership pipeline and discipleship pathway are the strategy of your church.” – @danielsangi
  • “It is the structure, the systems that follow that, the skills that you train toward, the selection of leaders you put into place that are vitally important.” – @toddadkins
  • “Pipeline provides a structure so that the weight that you feel of leadership development and leading your church can be spread across the framework to take it off your shoulders.” – @toddadkins
  • “It’s easy to get on the same page with every area of the church in the story and strategy, it really is important though that the structure is carried across the church at each level.” – @toddadkins
  • “If you want to fully implement pipeline you have to go through the pain of redoing some of the structure and systems to get where you want to be.” – @toddadkins
  • “When you think about your discipleship pathway, there are three core elements: your first steps, your next steps, and your ongoing steps.” – @danielsangi
  • “The core of your discipleship pathway are the ongoing steps that are going to shape and form your people into the image of Christ.” – @danielsangi

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Published October 4, 2021