For Multiple Teams

Multi-city Follow-up Projects, Coalitions, Networks, Ministries

Top Challenges Facing Connected Multi-Location Teams

  • Scaling user costs

  • Security and controlled access

  • Interconnection of reporting while protecting security

  • Wider geographic responsiveness

  • Visibility on activity and problem spots

Disciple.Tools can help!

Disciple.Tools is designed for inter-connectedness and independence

Independent Disciple.Tools systems can be interconnected through site-to-site links and pass contacts and report dashboard progress between each other. This allows teams to form independent but connected networks. These connections do not require those systems to be hosted on the same servers or even on the same side of the planet.


Successful growth of those in your movement could mean prohibitive costs on most contact platforms.

We’re proud that the Disciple.Tools system can scale to thousands of users and hundreds of thousands of contacts and groups at no additional cost.



Security is not a simple issue, especially in hostile environments.

Disciple.Tools has been designed from the beginning for use in countries where Christianity is persecuted. Also, with the growth of users, the need for layers of permissions and segregation of access is vital.


To make the best decisions for stewardship, you need the right information at the right time.

Disciple.Tools was uniquely designed with reports to help leaders understand where ministry is succeeding and where needs focus.

Additionally, Disciple.Tools  allows for network dashboards that protect privacy while communicating key data from multiple network partners.


Saturation is one of the powerful lenses we use to understand the progress of the Great Commission in our generation. We all long to see “no place left” when it comes to access to the Gospel and the presence of believers and churches.

Disciple.Tools is designed with open source mapping so that you can visualize this key dimension to the work of the Gospel.


It is said that leaders don’t make movements move … mostly they work to keep movements from stopping. The knowledge of where problems exist so that leaders can take action is vital.

Disciple.Tools charts, maps, and stats focus on this practical knowledge for movement.

Many cities, One mission.