One afternoon, I was given the opportunity to train with the Arsenal youth team. Every player was outstanding, had been assessed and placed with a group of boys of similar talent with the intent of taking their game to the next level. The fortunate few were given opportunities to serve an apprenticeship where they learned the game of football from seasoned professionals. They started out cleaning boots for the established players and for a select talent, allowed to progress to train with the reserves until they proved they had the skills to advance.
That model has served me well in ministry. As the product of a Christian home, a vibrant church and multiple people who have invested in me; I have experienced the power of coaching, the necessity of training and the catalytic influence of exceptional leaders in my life. Out of this crucible the vision for InFocus was birthed.
The passion to help people far from God discover who they are and what they are called to do, burns at the core of InFocus. The purpose why I coach, train and consult is so that more and better disciples, leaders and churches are multiplied.
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- Missional leaders: leaders who are passionate about making disciples
- Multiply: leaders that train other leaders to reproduce disicples, leaders and churches
- Healthy ministries: leaders focused on numerical, qualitative and spiritual growth
- Fuel: leaders keen on networking with other like-minded leaders to accelerate Gospel movements
- Gospel movements: leaders concerned about transformation in the home, community, region, nation and beyond
- Make more & better disciples
- Make more & better leaders
- Make more & better churches
- Disciples are making other disciples
- Leaders are reproducing leaders
- Healthy churches start new churches