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Dear Ministry Leader,

As a ministry leader I hope you find this page helpful to engage creative thinking as you identify, resource, and ultimately multiply ministry leaders within your sphere of influence. My life work is dedicated to the empowerment of leaders because I am passionate about the expansion of the Kingdom of God. It is my conviction that as we actively engage in the multiplication of ministry leaders the end result is a greater harvest of souls.

As a senior pastor over a network of three churches in Arizona, I found that leadership multiplication is not only important but it is not negotiable. I had to implement a strategic process specific to my church.

Looking outside the walls of my own network of churches, it is an honor and joy to discover, encourage, network, and catapult leaders I meet to new levels of fruitfulness. It is always a delight to resource and empower a church planter, a pastor, or a ministry leader. In order to accommodate the growing need of both male and female ministry leaders, I provide webinars, seminars, personal consultations, and tailored ministry leadership experiences such as tours to Israel, Greece, and Jordan. Additionally, I offer to all women of influence serving in ministry leadership a specific opportunity to join a six-month intensive Ministry Leader Cohort.

For more information, join me on a scheduled Ministry Leader Experience webinar or video conference call. Please also feel free to reach out to me personally.

Partnering Together for a Greater Harvest,

Marion Ingegneri, M.A.


It is my experience that the most effective way to multiply leaders is to disciple leaders. I am committed to a defined and effective discipleship pathway for all leaders under my care. The Ministry Leader Quadrant is designed specifically to engage ministry leaders with an ongoing process of leadership discipleship. Strong and healthy leaders are the key to identification, recruitment, empowerment, and multiplication of leaders.

You are invited!

April 11, 2019 // 10 AM (MST)

Quadrant 1


Personal Leadership Effectiveness (PLE) focuses on principle based leadership. In this quadrant a ministry leader discovers the power of living and leading with a set of core values that drive their personal effectiveness as a a leader. At the core of this quadrant is the leader taking on a mindset of personal responsibility for their leadership effectiveness.

As a starting point in the journey, leaders are assessed on 10 core leadership principles. These ten principles are common to all leaders and provide a foundation for conversation focused on authentic success in ministry.

Quadrant 3


Quadrant 3 speaks to the emotional, spiritual and physical health of the ministry leader. Working inside this quadrant to empower the leaders within your organization requires a partnership with qualified counselors and leadership health professionals.

Emotional health speaks to soul care. Attending to past and present emotional wounds is critical for all ministry leaders. Looking to the future and planning a healthy roadmap for ministry creates leaders that last!

Spiritual health speaks to the demonic forces that come against leaders and to the importance of building a strong intercessory support team.

Physical health of ministry leaders is often overlooked. However, it is of vital importance to the longevity of leadership effectiveness for the ministry leader to attend to their physical health.

Quadrant 2


While it is not necessary for every ministry leader to complete formal theological training it is necessary for every ministry leader to build a solid foundation of biblical understanding for certain core elements needed as a ministry leader.

In this quadrant, a ministry leader is encouraged to strengthen their leadership with specific biblical foundations. Empowerment of a leader includes an assessment of their knowledge and providing core teachings that are important to all leaders serving within your organization.

Quadrant 4


As leaders grow in quadrants 1-3, there becomes a simultaneous need for specific skill development. As you grow this quadrant, consider providing practical teaching, tools, and processes focused on leadership skill development. Knowing your ministry team is the key to discovering the specific skills that might be needed. A few common areas of skill development include time management, recruiting skills, team building concepts, conflict management and skills specific to the responsibilities of the ministry leader.