The purpose of this study was to explore how pastors disciple their congregations toward "rapid multiplication" to further the church planting movement. The researcher identified three areas that are central to this process: reproducible evangelism and discipleship, reproducible church planting, and reproducible leadership. The researcher studied the effect of short cycle multiplicative discipleship growth, rather than simple church incremental growth, focusing on instances where the pastor utilized the CPM methodology. The study employed a qualitative design, using semi-structured interviews with nine demographically diverse pastors from five different denominations. The unit of analysis was the method used for successful discipleship multiplication, and the data was analyzed using the constant comparative method. The findings indicated that the pastors who took the catalytic role of igniting discipleship movements modeled discipleship for their congregations not only by teaching, but by actually fulfilling the Great Commission, looking for persons of peace, initiating DBS groups with unchurched people, and creating a cascade of multigenerational discipleship.