We welcomed several new people onboard during new staff orientation this month. Allow us to introduce them.
Cesar and Angelica Olivares are from Texas and plan to serve in Mexico, where they desire to mentor, disciple and train church leaders. Brigid and Maggie F. are sisters from Wisconsin, heading to Kurdistan with Entrust’s STEP initiative. They will assist Fuad N. with office/communication/finance tasks, build relationships with women, teach, assist in relief efforts and learn Kurdish. Shannon Roach is from Texas and on her way to South Africa to work alongside Arthur and Olga Alard at International College of Bible Missions, also through our STEP initiative.
Do you possess that unique combination of management skills, people skills and a heart for God? If so, you be just the person we’re asking God for. We are actively searching for a president! This person will work closely with our CEO to help Entrust fulfill its vision and strategic plan, to multiply leaders for multiplying churches worldwide, to the glory of God. Find out more at the link below.
Do you love Jesus? Have you been involved in cross-cultural ministry, possibly in Africa? Do you wish to stay involved in cross-cultural work from a U.S. base? Do you have a passion to see African church leaders equipped to meet the distinctive challenges of their contexts with practical biblical answers? We’re praying that God will lead Entrust to a president for African initiatives.
This person (you?) plays a key role supporting our staff in Africa and serves as a trusted advisor and resource provider for them as they develop contextual training by Africans, for Africans. We’re looking for someone who can combine leadership skills with a real heart for the Lord and the people of Africa.
Is this you? Find more about this job opening at the link below.
Singer/songwriter Rich Mullins went home 20 years ago tomorrow. A man passionate for God, genuine to a fault, troubled by life, abhorrent of riches and fame, he gave us worship songs like Awesome God, Sing Your Praise to the Lord and the summer camp favorite Screen Door.
“Christianity is not about building an absolutely secure little niche in the world where you can live with your perfect little wife and your perfect little children in your beautiful little house where you have no gays or minority groups anywhere near you. Christianity is about learning to love like Jesus loved and Jesus loved the poor and Jesus loved the broken.” ― Rich Mullins
Know it or not, as a Christian leader you’ve likely set up your table in the temple grounds, so to speak. How might Jesus respond to your table? Discover Entrust CEO David Goodman’s thoughts on tables in the temple, in this article published recently at healthyleaders.com.
Watch these bubbles and consider, which bubble is you? We’d be hard-pressed to represent Entrust staff with these bubbles because a) they’re scattered across the world’s time zones, b) working early in the morning, late at night, all moments in between, c) often traveling from country to country, d) some working from home (in Budapest, Sofia, Johannesburg, Dallas, Colorado Springs, Portland, Chiang Mai …) and some in offices, some in churches and some in the countryside, some in refugee camps and some in seminaries. We’re honored to labor every day for our Ultimate Supervisor, the Lord. Thanks for following us and for your labor with us.
Agnese was sold on Entrust training before she even fully knew what it was. She took her first course in 2015. Now she’s directing Entrust training across the entire nation of Latvia. Read about her lightning-speed journey, by clicking the link below.