Our President-Elect Dr Jay Klopfenstein
Dear Staff and friends of T-Net world-wide,
As you know, for years I have felt that the highest priority of T-Net International was that we find a successor to lead our ministry into the future. After five years of prayer, and one year of searching and interviewing, I am elated to introduce to you my successor – whom the board just voted in as “President-elect,” Dr. Jay Klopfenstein!
Jay has a BA in Greek from Moody Bible Institute. He has an M.Div. from Trinity international University. He has a D.Min. from Bethel Seminary where his major was “Organizational Systems” and he also focused on church planting. He is ordained by the Evangelical Free Church of America and also in the Association of Gospel Churches in Canada.
Jay has been a youth pastor, the pastor of a rural church, has planted a church from scratch and grown it to over 350, has been senior pastor of an urban church of over 1000 and most recently pastored an international church in Ottawa Canada of 3500 which ministers to over 60 different nationalities with a staff of over 40. He is married with one son attending Denver Seminary, another son starting seminary at London seminary in the UK and a daughter just graduating from High School. He and his wife, Nancy, have been married for 24 years.
Jay says of himself: “I have often called myself a player-coach. My passion is to train and equip the next generation of leaders to fulfill the Great Commission and multiply leaders themselves.”
I (Bob) will remain President while Jay is trained in the intricacies of T-Net. This should last at least until Jan. 1, 2016, but no longer than Jan. 1, 2017. As I train Jay in each division of ministry, he will assume authority over it. Once all are understood, Jay’s title will change to “President,” and I will take another position within the ministry with a different title. I will be part of the T-Net ministry doing my part to FINISH the Great Commission until I am no longer an asset to T-Net.
Your partner in the Gospel,
|Jay and Nancy|
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