I am a resident missionary with Christian Reformed World Missions in Nicaragua where I served as co-founder and intial director of the Nehemiah Center. Over the past year, I have been hosting “table talks” with grassroots leaders to discuss how we can network for transformation both locally and globally. I am originally from Sully, Iowa, and was a trial lawyer in Grand Rapids, Michigan, for 14 years before joining Christian Reformed World Missions in 1995. My wife Jeannie and I have four children and four, soon to be five, grand children.
Transformational community development, social networking, collaboration,church development and multiplication, Biblical worldview, social justice
Thanks, Fronse, for your comments. The question of how we best can walk alongside of churches and classes is one we will need to answer together as we go forward. This is why we want to...view
Thanks, Harry, for your comments. We thought it important first to work on our mission, vision, values first precisely because we are developing a flatter, more geographically dispersed structure...view
Thanks, George. One thing we need to do is share stories where this is already happening. I think that many of the changes God wants to see in the North America church will only come as it...viewposted on: Did You Notice How the World Has Changed?