Network centers sit at the epicenter of organizing for a prevailing strategy. Network centers are initially defined by 5-7 churches committing to a journey of disciple-making, leader-raising, and church-multiplying. Disciple-making is the dynamic a where like-minded leaders band together for iron-sharpening-iron growth and accountability for their lives and callings. Leader-raising is the dynamic in which leaders go on the transformational journey of Christian community development leading to the discovery of a voice of justice and reconciliation. Lastly, the church-multiplying dynamic, in its simplest form, takes responsibility for the raising-up of new planters, for new places, with the resources to help send them out. A network center is organized by identifying monthly and annual meeting patters, determining collective discipleship, leadership, and multiplication growth plans, and by committing to a shared resource model for planting and multiplication.