Multiply Ministries


By Larry Walkemeyer

Mustard plants are one of the most remarkable plants in God’s garden. As a spice, mustard is only surpassed in importance by salt and pepper. It is one of the hardiest and most generative herbs. Mustard multiplies.

As followers of Jesus we are often tempted to look in the mirror at our own limited dimensions and envision the future based on the reflection we see. What can I do? How much can my ministry accomplish? How can our little church have an impact? How can we leave a significant legacy?

The answer?



135 Pages


Light and Life Publishing




August 2016


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