The Multiplication Challenge

Chapter 2: How to Act Like A Leader

Key Points:

  • Growing organizations rarely need more people with leadership titles, but they always need more people who act like leaders, with or without a title.
  • If you want more leaders, you need to find more people who act like leaders.
  • Leadership is supposed to be plural. If you are called to lead, then you are called to build a team so you can lead together.
  • If you want to act like a leader, first build your team, then lead your team. Everyone on the team can and should have a voice, but all voices are not equal in wisdom and authority. At the end of the day, teams still need to be led.
  • Once we get the relationship right, discipleship and leadership will naturally follow. Strong and healthy relationships produce strong and healthy leaders because leadership is relationships. 

Discussion Questions:

  • What are the benefits and dangers of someone leading without a title or position?
  • Do you tend to trust or micromanage those you lead? What are the potential pitfalls of both?
  • What are ways you can bring energy to your team?
  • Do you look for already-developed leaders around you, or do you look for individuals with potential to develop into great leaders? Why?

Communications:

  • New Growth Track Times: We are rolling out new times for our Growth Track. We are encouraging everyone to walk new people into this class so that they can discover their redemptive purpose and live the life God created for them. It is made up of four steps that equip you to follow Jesus, connect to the church, discover purpose, and serve others.
    • Main Campus: Saturdays 6:00pm, Sundays 7:30am, 9:15am, 11:15am, 6:00pm and 7:45pm

    • Kaneohe: Sundays 9:45am

    • Cityside: Sundays 10:30am

    • Regal: Sunday 9:45am

    • Kaneohe: Sunday 6:00pm


  • Camp Impact: If you are in middle or high school, our annual Youth Camp will be held at Camp Pu’u Kahea in Waianae on July 15-17, 2018. Cost is $125 until June 22, and will be $150 thereafter. Registration and donations are received at any of our weekend services. The camp will be limited to the first 150 students. Follow @gbcradical on Instagram for most recent updates.


  • Financial Peace University: Dave Ramsey, nationally known Christian author and radio personality, teaches biblical principles and practices on stewarding the finances God has entrusted to us. This 9-week DVD course with weekly small group discussions and workshops have helped people “tell their dollar where to go” to get out of debt, save money, and plan for the future by following Dave’s “baby steps.”

Every Monday, June 25 - August 20 | 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Main Campus – ENLI 2
Cost
$99.00 Adult/Engaged/Married Couple
$49.00 Full-time College Student
FREE PREVIEW night on Monday, June 25
Register by Wednesday, June 20 
*Limited to first 30 guests*


  • Freedom Weekend: This powerful class is designed to allow God to speak His truth to us, draw closer to us, and transform us in a powerful way. The goal of this class is to help us experience freedom from sin and walk out a new life of victory. 

MEN'S

FRIDAY, JUNE 22
 (7:30pm - 10:00pm)
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SATURDAY, JUNE 23
(9:30am - 2:00pm) 

Main Campus (ENLI 1)

WOMEN'S

FRIDAY, JULY 13
 (7:30pm - 10:00pm)
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SATURDAY, JULY 14
(9:30am - 2:30pm) 

Main Campus (MPR 1)


  • Discipleship Track: This class is designed to lead people to healthy relationships with God and others. It will give you a deeper understanding of the gospel which will transform your life, equip you for ministry in the church and for influence in the world.

WEDNESDAYS
July 11 - August 1
Main Campus (ENLI 1)
7:00pm - 9:00pm

THURSDAYS
July 12 - August 2
Main Campus (ENLI 1)
7:00pm - 9:00pm