Expanding to a New Role

As I look forward to the fall, I will have new responsibilities with The Navigators. I have been asked to be the Regional Leader of the Great Lakes. Much of my role will remain the same. I will continue serving the eight pastors and the seven churches that I am coaching.

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Here’s the team at our recent Regional Weekend.

What will be different is that a portion of my time will be given to assist, equip and train the Nav Church staff in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. This group formerly was led by Bill Mowry, who has passed the baton to me. Bill has been preparing me for the new role. I am intrigued by the role and curious how these two aspects of my ministry will unfold. I am very honored by Bill and the national leadership asking me to take this step. I’ve already learned a bunch about leadership, particularly from 1 Samuel. There are tremendous leadership lessons in that book that have encouraged and challenged me. Learn more about the Region.

With this new role, there are some changes. The additional time to serving the region means that the two churches finishing up their disciplemaking process won’t be replaced. That will ensure that I am fully available to the staff.

That being said, in order for me to continue unhindered, I need to raise $776 a month. I am trusting the Lord to provide twelve new financial partners: four folks for special gifts of $776 and eight others for monthly gifts of $65 or an amount as the Lord leads.

Would you prayerfully consider being one of the 12 for this new season of expanded ministry?  You may use this link. navstaff.org/give/23817273. Thank you so much.

 

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