01/30/2020 - 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
We at All Nations want to equip believers to make disciples right now, wherever you are! Join us for a 90-minute mDNA Online Webinar, where we explore practically embracing the forgotten ways and DNA of ‘church-as-missional-movement.’
Our January Online Webinar will be an mDNA overview.
What does movement DNA look like? What are the elements that can catalyze a movement?
Join us as we explore these questions in the first of a new monthly series of Online Webinars!
January 30th, 2 pm-3:30 pm CST
Webinar is free!
Training will be via a Zoom link, emailed to all registrants one week prior.
Jessie is a ordained Foursquare minister and regional denominational leader. She’s a demonstrated disciple-maker and experiential education neuroscientist. She is a nationally recognized leader in the fields of Experiential Education and Educational Neuroscience and holds a Master’s from Harvard in Mind, Brain, and Education. Jessie is a published academic and has edited several books on the application of neuroscience and cognitive psychology to the field of education. She and her husband currently live in Denver, CO.
Rich is the Director of 5Qcollective, the training arm of 5Q, which is part of the 100M family. He also leads Catalyse Change, which provides training & coaching for church leaders and other organizations to equip and enable them around discipleship, leadership, mission and multiplication. Locally, he lives in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he works for Cairn, a ministry working with churches in the Celtic lands, training them to recapture discipleship & mission at the heart of their culture and practice. Rich was previously on staff at St Thomas’ church, Sheffield in the UK for 12 years as the Missional Communities Team Leader. He’s married to Anna, who is a writer & editor, and they have three children: Josiah, Esther and Samuel. They are passionate about living with integrity & intentionality as a family that follows & shares Jesus.
Dr. Bryan D. Sims
Bryan is Associate Professor of Leadership and Lay Equipping at Asbury Theological Seminary and the Director of Asbury Institutes and Lay Mobilization. His expertise relates to team leadership, equipping, leading change, adaptive spiritual leadership, and the link between leadership and discipleship. As director and designer of the Lay Mobilization Institute (LMI), he has launched cohorts of churches into the 18-month coaching process in multiple states, including KY, TN, WV, FL, MS, OH, and GA. As director of Asbury Institutes, he leads a team launching new Institutes through Asbury Seminary, often in partnership with other organizations and churches, with focus in areas like Leadership, Wesleyan Theology, and Multiplication. He has also worked since 2001 as a Leadership and Organizational Change Coach with Spiritual Leadership, Inc. (SLI) where he has trained and coached leaders, teams, churches, and organizations over extended periods of time to bring spiritual awakening and missional effectiveness.
Bryan is a graduate of West Texas A&M University (1998) and Asbury Theological Seminary (M.Div., 2003) and has a Ph. D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University (2009). He is currently writing a book on shared spiritual leadership within adaptive challenges to be published by 100M Publishing in 2020. In addition, he has a authored a chapter in Leadership the Wesleyan Way (Emeth Press, 2016), co-authored a book on worship, discipleship, and mission, published multiple articles, and he was co-author on version 2 & 3 of the L3 Leadership Incubator Materials developed in partnership with Discipleship Resources and SLI (2008, 2010). He and his wife Linda have been happily married since 1997 and have four children: Isaiah, Luke, Silas, and Lydia.
Joshua is the co-Executive Director of All Nations Kansas City. In this role, he is responsible for leading the North America team that recruits, trains, sends, cares for, and coaches international missionaries and North American disciple-makers. He is passionate about training and coaching others to ignite movements to Christ. Joshua joined All Nations in 2011 as field worker. Since that time, he has held the following roles: Field Team Leader and Director of Training and Coaching. Mr. Johnson was named to his current position in January 2018. Joshua spent seven years in the Middle East and Asia catalyzing Disciple Making Movements. Joshua is married to Meredith Johnson, Co-Executive Director of All Nations. He and Meredith have one son: Luke and live in Kansas City, Mo.
01/30/2020 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm