I love pastors and their families and the work of the local church. When I see the strength and conviction of today’s young leaders, when I sense their passion for the Gospel and the work that God has called them to, I am filled with hope for our future and extreme thankfulness to God. He has called them.
He has called them.
Today, I serve ordained leaders, Vestries, Boards, and groups by listening and understanding their heart and mission for God’s work. I try to see what God is calling them to do even if they may not be sure themselves! I connect with their mission and their heart for service. I help them understand, reframe, and address their significant challenges and move from where they are to where they want to be.
I have extensive experience in leading strategic planning efforts; I do some personal coaching. I love to do congregational consulting, church planter training, and Generosity development. I lead workshops on preaching, biblically sound leadership, best practices for parishes, and pastoral leadership challenges, church stewardship, Vestry Retreats, and staff development.
Please contact me if you’d like to discuss how I can come alongside your ministry.
Right now I serve both as Dean of my Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others and Provincial Canon for Mission of the Anglican Church in North America. I blog here at LeaderWorks; routinely over at AnglicanPastor.org. My other projects can be found here.
My wife and I have four children: Our oldest son Jed, is married and is an Anglican priest in Richardson in a new church plant. Our oldest daughter Taye is married to the worship pastor at another church plant in Frisco. Between these two families, we have five grandchildren. Daniel is the next; he is a fashion designer in New York City. And our youngest daughter, Fox, is a commercial graphic designer in Austin, Texas.
We also lead biblical tours to Israel and faith-tours to Greece, Turkey, Italy, England, Ireland, and Scotland. Come with us!