As you cultivate skills to minister alongside immigrant pastoral leaders, would you like to...
- Learn from others' mistakes, so you don't repeat them?
- Know whether others have experienced success or difficulty in launching programs similar to what you're doing?
- Understand church systems from an organic, relational, fluid perspective, as well as from a highly structured perspective?
- Validate or refine your processing through discussion with an experienced consultant?
Consulting will help you identify action steps to break through barriers,
enabling you to move more quickly to higher levels of ministry effectiveness
Which of these
9 phases of immigrant ministry partnership development skills
best describes you?
- Disillusioned: Had an unproductive experience with an immigrant congregation
- Curious: Open to learning more
- Learning: Gathering information and moving towards implementation
- Networking: Beginning to meet immigrant pastors
- Connected: Formed a mutually trusting relationship with a healthy immigrant pastor
- Jumpstarted: Held an initial joint activity with your partnering immigrant congregation that resulted in positive short-term momentum
- Thriving: Experiencing sustained church momentum through ongoing joint ministry with your partnering immigrant congregation
- Multiplying: Serving together with multiple healthy immigrant churches
- Mentoring: Modeling and networking other churches in your community for ministry alongside immigrant believers
My field of specialty is relationships between American and immigrant churches. Prior to 2017 I coached pastors across China and greater Asia, and served on the multicultural leadership team of a large international church. Since returning to the U.S., I've focused my ministry on catalyzing healthy working relationships between American and immigrant pastors.
I've helped other American pastors grow in their cross-cultural ministry capacity, and I'd like to help you, too.