What is spiritual multiplication?
It is spiritual parenting that leads to spiritual children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Who do you know right now that you could help as a spiritual parent or as an “older brother” or “older sister” in Christ?
Over the months ahead, as you share your faith you will have your own spiritual children. Sometimes you will “adopt” a child or for a time be a “foster parent.” Over the years, you can have children and grandchildren who live and spiritually reproduce in other cities and perhaps even in other countries. Your Christian life can impact the world!
A strong biblical precedent for multiplication is seen in the four generations of 2 Timothy 2:2: Paul, Timothy, dependable people, and others. Here you see parent, child, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren — spiritual multiplication!
You and many others have heard what I have taught. You
should teach the same thing to some people you can trust.
Then they will be able to teach it to others.
— 2 Timothy 2:2 (New Century Version)
Completing Books 1, 2, and 3 in The 2:7 Series gives you tools and principles to help you—by God’s grace—to multiply your Christian life through those whose lives you influence spiritually.
If you have not yet read or listened to the message Born to Reproduce, plan to do so soon. You can purchase printed copies of the booklet from NavPress in packs of 25 or as a downloadable PDF. You can listen to the audio at no charge by downloading the MP3 from Discipleship Library. This classic message was given by Dawson Trotman, founder of The Navigators, at a conference sponsored by Back to the Bible in 1955.
Another key message from Dawson Trotman is The Need of the Hour. You can purchase printed copies of the booklet from NavPress in packs of 25 or as a downloadable PDF. You can listen to the audio at no charge by downloading the MP3 from Discipleship Library.
You will find other excellent resources to assist you in multiplying your Christian life at NavPress, Navigator Church Ministries, and Discipleship Library.
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