Work with leaders like you to create your unique all-play, everyday, disciple-making movement.

Go farther faster with transformational, cohort-based coaching and collaboration. For pastors and ministry leaders, both men and women. 

 

Make, mobilize, and multiply disciples.

Pastors, we don’t need another conference. We don’t need to acquire more generalized advice that ultimately won’t propel our individually-called churches forward.

But as leaders, we all know God has more for our churches:

● More disciples growing in Jesus
● More disciples empowered to reach workplaces and neighborhoods
● More disciples making disciples

But no one can launch a disciple-making movement alone. We need other leaders to encourage and challenge us so we can create the future together through problem-solving—helping one another design and implement a unique Great Commission vision and strategy.

That’s why the Replicate Collective exists.

For pastors. By pastors.
With pastors.

The Replicate Collective is an ongoing online workshop environment led by and created for pastors and other ministry leaders. We work in our local churches right now.

And we gave up on copy-and-paste advice years ago.

But we found you can inspire your church with a fresh and clear disciple-making vision…

Develop strategies to keep your people on Jesus’ mission…

And implement week-in, week-out tactics that empower disciple-makers at every level.

Members of The Replicate Collective gather and grow through weekly huddles, one-on-one coaching sessions, monthly Q&As with thought leaders, and more.

And we gather with one purpose: To transform our leadership, personal lives, and churches to multiply healthy disciples and disciple-makers in our ministries.

What is the Collective Experience

The Weekly Huddle
The Weekly Huddle is your band of brothers or sisters—a small dedicated group that meets weekly for training, collaboration, and creative problem-solving.
Q&As with Thought-Leader
Once a month, Pastor Robby and Kandi Gallaty host a live session and Q&A with a disciple-making thought-leader like Carey Nieuwhof, Lysa TerKeurst, or Matt Chandler.
Online Community
Connect with other members all week long through our exclusive online community, where we share resources, create new connections, and foster deeper relationships.
Exclusive Live Event
Once a year, Replicate Collective leaders gather in Nashville, TN, for connection, premier training, guest speakers and facilitators, and strategic soul care.
Access Our Resource Library

Gain immediate access to hundreds of exercises, resources, and training videos guiding you through Replicate’s toolkits to help you and your church thrive.
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Leadership Training with the Experts
Every month, you’ll participate in a Q&A with one of North America’s premier thought leaders on discipleship and church leadership.
Vance Pitman
Vance responded to God’s call to Las Vegas, Nevada in 2000, as a church plant sent out from First Baptist Church in Woodstock, Georgia. With a passion for God’s kingdom, he had a vision to launch a church focused on joining in God’s activity locally and globally. Through that vision and with God’s grace, Hope Church was born in the fall of 2001 in Las Vegas, NV. From a small group of eighteen adults in a living room, Hope grew to become a thriving multi-ethnic, multi-generational fellowship of over 4000 members who, today, speak more than 50 languages and who have in common the singular desire to connect people to live the life of a Jesus follower. Vance has led Hope to understand that what God is doing is bigger than one church. Since its launch in 2001, Hope Church has sent hundreds out of its fellowship on mission, invested millions of dollars in God’s global activity, and has commissioned more than 75 churches in the western United States.

As a seasoned church planter in the West, Vance speaks across the country and all over the world from the passion of his apostolic heart to inspire people to join in God’s eternal, redemptive mission of making disciples and multiplying the church among every tribe, tongue, people, and nation. In March of 2022, Vance will assume the role of President of SEND Network, the largest church planting organization in North America, and with it, the role of Senior Vice President of the North American Mission Board.

Lysa TerKeurst
Lysa TerKeurst is president of Proverbs 31 Ministries and the #1 New York Times bestselling author of It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way, Uninvited, The Best Yes, Unglued, Made to Crave and 18 other books. Lysa has sold more than six million copies of her books. Her latest book, It’s Not Supposed To Be This Way appeared on Publishers Weekly’s bestseller lists for 36 weeks in 2019 and is still on national bestseller lists almost two years after publication. In her brand-new book, Forgiving What You Can’t Forget: Discover How to Move On, Make Peace with Painful Memories, and Create a Life That’s Beautiful Again (November 2020, Thomas Nelson).

TerKeurst is passionate about God’s Word. She spends hours each week studying with theological experts and has studied extensively in the Holy Land. She loves to make connections between the Old and New Testaments. Her deepest desire is to help others experience Jesus by unpacking Scripture in the most true and responsible ways so that everyone can relate to and understand how to apply what they learn. As president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, Lysa and her team have led thousands to make their walk with God an invigorating journey through daily online devotionals, radio programs, online Bible studies, speaker/writing training, and more.

A mother of five and grandmother of three, Lysa writes from her gray farm table and lives with her family in North Carolina.

Jen Wilkin

Jen Wilkin is an author and Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas. She has organized and led studies for women in home, church, and parachurch contexts. An advocate for Bible literacy, her passion is to see others become articulate and committed followers of Christ, with a clear understanding of why they believe what they believe, grounded in the Word of God.

 

Matt Chandler

Matt Chandler is the lead pastor of teaching at The Village Church in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and is the president of Acts 29. He has authored several books, including Take Heart, Mingling of Souls, Recovering Redemption, To Live Is Christ to Die Is Gain, Creature of the Word, The Explicit Gospel, and Joy in the Sorrow. Matt and his wife, Lauren, live with their three children—Audrey, Reid, and Norah—in Highland Village, Texas.

Tony Evans

Dr. Tony Evans is the founder and senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, founder and president of The Urban Alternative and author of over 100 books, booklets and Bible studies. The first African American to earn a doctorate of theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, he has been named one of the 12 Most Effective Preachers in the English-Speaking World by Baylor University. Dr. Evans holds the honor of writing and publishing the first full-Bible commentary and study Bible by an African American. His radio broadcast, The Alternative with Dr. Tony Evans, can be heard on over 1,400 radio outlets daily and in more than 130 countries. Dr. Evans’ sermons are also streamed and downloaded over 20,000,000 times annually.

Shane Pruitt

Shane serves as the National Next Gen Director for the North American Mission Board (NAMB). He and his wife, Kasi, reside in Rockwall, TX with their five children – Raygen, Harper, Titus, Elliot, & Glory. He has been in ministry for over 18 years as a denominational worker, church planter, lead pastor, and student pastor. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies, and a Master’s Degree in History.

Shane is also a traveling communicator, evangelist, and Bible teacher. Every year he speaks to tens of thousands about the good news of Jesus Christ. Shane is also the author of a popular blog, which has over 3 million views. His articles have been picked up by RELEVANT, Christianity Today, The Christian Post, The Gospel Coalition, CrossWalk, Church Leaders, The Baptist Press, FaithIt, HelloChristian, and many others. He is also a monthly guest and contributor on the Point of View Radio Show that airs on over 300 stations nationwide. Shane and his wife, Kasi, were featured as ABC’s Nightly News “Persons of the Week” in August 2017.

Shane has recently written a book with the major publishers, Waterbrook Multnomah and Penguin Random House. 9 Common Lies Christians Believe: And Why God’s Truth Is Infinitely Better is available everywhere books are sold. He is also the host of the podcast, Next Gen on Mission (available on podcast platforms), and the YouTube Channel – GenSend Conversations.

Dhati Lewis

Dhati Lewis is the Lead Pastor of Blueprint Church in Atlanta, Georgia and the President of Send Network with the North American Mission Board. He was born and raised in California and later moved to Texas where he completed his undergraduate studies from the University of North Texas. He later earned his master’s degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and his Doctorate of Ministry in Great Commission Mobilization from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.

During his time in Texas, he started a college ministry, served as a chaplain to UNTs football team, coached high-school football, became a college pastor, and eventually planted a church. In all these years of ministry, Dhati became increasingly burdened to see healthy disciple-making churches in the city. This burden grew until the Lord gave Dhati a clear vision to plant a church-planting church in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2009, Dhati, along with twenty-five others, moved to Atlanta with the goal to become the last generation of believers who have to leave the urban context in search of sound discipleship.

Dhati is most passionate about making disciples, equipping urban leaders, and loving his family. On any given day you might find Dhati changing a plan, coaching his kids in basketball, or strategizing on a whiteboard. Dhati has seven beautiful children and is married to Angie, a discerning woman who empowers and encourages him to live fully in his identity in Christ. He is the author of both the Bible Study and book, Among Wolves: Disciple Making in the City and Advocates: The Narrow Path to Racial Reconciliation.

Lauren Chandler

Lauren Chandler is the wife of Matt Chandler, lead teaching pastor at The Village Church in Dallas, Texas, and president of Acts 29, a global church-planting network. They have three lovely (and lively) children. Whether writing stories, singing songs, or making her home a place to linger, Lauren enjoys creating beautiful and meaningful spaces where people may encounter the Lord of steadfast love imaged perfectly through Jesus. When she’s not singing, writing, or spending time with her family, she can be found on the back of a horse.


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Raise and multiply disciples of Jesus.

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Develop All 3 Levels of Your Disciple-Making Movement

 

Every Replicate Collective Leader receives training in the ten core concepts of the Replicate Toolkit with one of North America’s premier thought leaders on discipleship and church leadership.

As a member of The Collective, you’ll bring clarity and transformation at three levels: vision, strategy, and tactics. You’ll foster organizational clarity and disciple-making conviction at each level to move your mission forward.

Each month, Collective Leaders will focus on one of these concepts and set 30-day goals to activate the concept in their leadership or church.

Level 1: Disciple-Making Vision

 

Through the Collective, you will learn how to create a disciple-making vision that captures your people’s hearts and reorients their paradigm towards an everyday disciple-making lifestyle.

Disciple-Making Conviction Concepts:

Funnel Fusion:

Gain a shared conviction to push the finish line back. It’s not about getting people to attend programs but empowering disciples to live on mission where they live, work, and play.

Crowd Cloud:

Change your leadership’s perspective to uncover the true potential of your church by moving from “drawing a crowd” to empowering your people to engage the “crowd” that is already within their reach.

Organizational Clarity Concepts:

Mission:

Write your one-of-a-kind disciple-making mission statement. Compel and challenge every person in your church to step into a disciple-making lifestyle.

Dream Disciple:

Move from an activity scorecard to a transformation scorecard by creating a vivid, clear picture of what personal transformation looks like in your church.

Level 2: Disciple-Making Strategy

 

Design a strategy that is realistic and effective in developing disciple-makers on mission where they live, work, and play.

Disciple-Making Conviction:

Disciple’s Journey: Transform your church into a Training Center by discovering the different stages of the disciple’s journey and identifying the gaps in your church’s disciple-making process.

Kingdom Platform: Learn how to train each disciple to become leaders who leverage their unique gifts, passions, and context. Deepen your ability to create practical tools for your people and empower each one.

Organizational Clarity Concepts:

Discipleship Pathway: Every church has shared convictions that create a unique leadership style and church experience. By naming what makes you distinct, you can maximize your disciple-making impact.

Values: Name and leverage the values already felt by every person in your church to amplify your disciple-making impact.

Level 3: Disciple-Making Tactics

 

Design disciple-making practices to effectively develop disciple-making character and competency traits in your people.

Discipleship Group: Create micro-sized groups and equip people with disciple-making skills to evangelize and disciple those in their neighborhoods, workplaces, and communities.

Ministry Design Bullseye: Avoid the number one reason most disciple-making ministries fail. Help your staff pass responsibility to your people by helping them create a plan they can own.

CHURCHES WE HAVE CONSULTED
Robby Gallaty
Robby Gallaty is a pastor, author, and trainer who has decades of experience leading churches to make disciples that make disciples in small (<65 people), large (800), and megachurch (10,000+) contexts.

As a former drug addict in New Orleans with a dramatic conversion story and after years of being discipled by David Platt, Robby has a passion to see the church emphasize both evangelism and discipleship so that everyone can experience true life-change found in Jesus Christ. This burden led Robby and his wife, Kandi, to found Replicate Ministries, an organization that has equipped and trained thousands of churches and ministries to create a disciplemaking movement.

Over the course of his career, Robby has authored twenty-one books with topics including the history of discipleship throughout the ages of the Church, how Western Christians can learn to better follow an Eastern rabbi, how to create holistic and reproducible strategies for healthy church growth, a starter guide for creating text-driven sermons, and a personal account of his own history with addiction and recovery.

Recently, he has led his staff and congregation at Long Hollow in Hendersonville, Tennessee to deeply consider one of the most overlooked spiritual disciplines–rest–after a close personal encounter with burnout. This focus on rest, solitude, and prayer has prepared him and the staff as they began experiencing a modern-day spiritual revival in December 2020.With a heart for soul care and spiritual, emotional, and mental health, Robby’s Scripture-first approach to the pressing needs of the modern church will inspire anyone, whether they are a lay person or a pastor, to return to the roots of our faith: the Creator and His Word.

Kandi Gallaty
Kandi Gallaty has been investing in the lives of women for over a decade. She believes that there are three major sources to draw from when investing in the lives of others: God’s word, God’s work in one’s life and God’s Spirit. She is passionate about cultivating a biblical worldview from the truths of Scripture and teaching women how to steward the life experiences and lessons God has allowed in their life. Together Kandi and Robby lead Replicate Ministries. Kandi loves being a pastor’s wife and serving alongside her husband at Long Hollow Baptist Church. Kandi is the author of Disciple Her: Using the Word, Work and Wonder of God to Invest in Women (B&H, 2019) and Foundations New Testament, A 260 Day Bible Reading Plan for Teen Girls (Lifeway, 2020). She is also the co-author with her husband Robby of Foundations: A 260-Day Bible Reading Plan for Busy Believers, Foundations: Teen Devotional: A 260-Day Bible Reading Plan for Busy Teens, and Foundations for Kids: A 260-day Bible Reading Plan for Kids. Kandi and Robby are the proud and thankful parents of two boys, Rig and Ryder, and live outside of Nashville, TN.
Vick Green
Vick is passionate about helping leaders and churches chart their course to unleashing their God-given potential. He inspires and equips leaders through communicating deep insights with profound simplicity and catalytic clarity.

Vick Green serves as the Adult Ministries Pastor at Long Hollow Baptist Church (10,000+ attendance) and the Director of Replicate Ministries. During 2020, despite the difficulties caused by COVID, Long Hollow has experienced significant growth in attendance, salvations, and launching new groups in states all across the country. Through Replicate, Vick has trained thousands of churches through their online courses and weekly coaches hundreds of leaders through their Network.

Before moving to Nashville, Vick served in Baton Rouge as a Next Steps Director for The Chapel where their Executive Team led the church through a season of revitalization after over a decade of decline. Through explosive growth in the groups and volunteer teams, The Chapel grew both in attendance and church engagement.

Vick has also led a college ministry of 400+ on the campus of Louisiana State University. During this time, he led a football ministry for the LSU football team, 80+ student group leaders, and oversaw an apprenticeship that launched church leaders to plant churches across the country and world. In addition to serving at LSU, he has led mission teams in four countries.

Whether you are a Senior Pastor, Ministry Director, or an ambitious, young leader, Vick can provide you with the catalytic clarity you need to unleash your God-given potential.

Vick lives in Nashville, TN with his wife Sophie, their two kids, Barrett and Lenna, and their duck dog, Roux. He loves reading a good leadership book, smoking meat on his Big Green Egg, and duck hunting with his friends at his family camp, Shiloh Farm.

Tim LaFleur
Tim LaFleur served as campus minister for 20 years on the campus of Nichols State University in Thibodeaux, LA. In addition to mentoring and discipling students at Nichols, Tim pastored various sized churches in the bayou region of South Louisiana.
Tim serves on the board of Replicate Ministries, where he helps equip pastors and church leaders to develop a disciplemaking strategy for their context.

Before coming to Long Hollow, Tim was the Disciplemaking Pastor at Brainerd Baptist Church for four years. During his tenure at Brainerd, the discipleship ministry grew from 50 to 1200 in discipleship groups.

Tim currently serves as the Equipping Pastor at Long Hollow, working with Pastor Robby to shepherd the staff of Long Hollow, mentoring emerging leaders, and equipping those who feel God calling them to vocational ministry. Through Replicate, Tim is available to train local churches, speak at association and regional conferences, and facilitate staff coaching calls.

Russell Irwin
Russell Irwin is married to Darlene Irwin, has two children and loves spending time with their 8 grandchildren.  He and Darlene are originally from Knoxville, TN, and after completing a social work degree at the University of Tennessee, moved to Louisville, Kentucky to attend The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary where he received his MDiv.

Russell served churches in Knoxville, TN, Lawrenceburg, KY, Fredericksburg, VA, and Seymour, TN. Russell currently leads the staff at Long Hollow Baptist Church in their Pastoral Care and recovery initiative. He has been involved in leadership roles as a pastor, business leader, and in the non-profit world as Director of Operations for a work in Haiti with special needs children.

Collin Wood
Collin is uniquely called and gifted to help leaders and organizations maximize their God-given potential. He is the Executive Pastor at Long Hollow Church where he leads a team of 87 full-time staffers. Before serving as Executive Pastor, Collin served as Creative Arts Pastor, overseeing the weekend experience and creative teams.

Collin has been married for 22 years and has four children. He enjoys golf, Jordans, and learning.

TJ Joy
TJ serves as the Church Planting Pastor at Long Hollow Church. He oversees all of the church planting efforts within the Long Hollow Network, including both existing church plants as well as the church planters he is helping to train and send through Long Hollow. TJ’s unique calling in life is to mobilize missionaries for the sake of the gospel.

TJ has been married to his wife Malyssa since August, 2010 and they have 4 daughters, Madelyn, Emma, Sara, and Mila. He enjoys sports, traveling, and a good true crime documentary.

Jeff Borton
Jeff Borton is on staff at Long Hollow Church and a 20+ year veteran of student ministry.

He is passionate about developing leaders, discipling others, and seeing students live on mission for the Gospel. Jeff recently wrote the book “Your First 100 Days in Student Ministry and the 40 Years that Follow” and co-authored the book “Simple Student Ministry”.

Jeff is married to Jen and they have 3 boys. Together they enjoy different sports, hanging out on their farm and cheering on Wake Forest University.

Julie Woodruff
Julie Woodruff realized God’s call to ministry as a college sophomore. Over the years that calling has taken the shape of youth ministry, pastor’s wife, women’s ministry, writing, teaching, and conference leadership. She has written Bible study curriculum and contributed numerous articles to ministry leadership magazines through the years.

Julie is a graduate of Louisiana College and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Currently she serves as Adult Minister at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tn where she has been for 16 years. She served in Women’s Ministry for 14 of those years.

Julie’s passion for women’s ministry at Long Hollow is to help women find forgiveness and freedom in Christ, to be forged into the likeness of Christ and to become a force for Christ in the world.

Julie and her husband, Sid, have been married for 38 years. They have two married children and seven grandchildren.

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