Jimmy Smith

Jimmy Smith is a Converge Missionary Appointee with a strong desire to see more missionaries Sent, Supported, and Served by the local church. As the Church Mobilization Specialist, Jimmy will work as a catalyst encouraging, resourcing, and coaching churches in their missions efforts. He wants to help churches understand how they can participate in effective, fruitful cross-cultural missions not only in their own cities (without leaving the country), but also around the world. Jimmy desires to see more missionaries called and sent out from the church and to join in the effort to appoint 300 new Converge missionaries in the next 10 years. “God is moving the peoples of the world around in unprecedented ways and the church has an opportunity like never before to bring the Good News of Christ to the least reached peoples of the world.”

Jimmy has served in pastoral roles in the church since entering ministry in 1999. He enjoyed time in youth ministry, administration, church planting and replanting — but always with a desire to strengthen the cross-cultural ministry of the church. Over the past 18 years, Jimmy has trained and led 20+ short term teams, helped be a driver for mobilizing the church for missions, and encouraged missionaries on the field. Most recently Jimmy served as the Training Coordinator and Director of Operation for Horizons International in Boulder, CO — a ministry focused on reaching the Muslim world. Married with 3 children, Jimmy, his wife Amanda and their family live in Aurora, CO and attend Stapleton Fellowship Church.

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