A Conversation About Current Issues Facing Pastors and Planters
Wednesday, April 21 at 2:00 p.m. ET
An Online, Interactive Show, Tackling Current Issues Facing Pastors and Planters
Episode 27 — How to Lead in the Face of Injustice
Headlines in every part of the country have been filled with instances of injustice with no end in sight. As church leaders, our job is not to stand back and watch, but to bring God’s love and truth into the middle of these situations. In this webinar, Peyton Jones and Daniel Yang will interview Myron Pierce, founder of Mission Church in Omaha, about what leaders can do in the face of injustice.
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Peyton served as a youth pastor, assistant pastor, and interim pastor of the mega church Refuge Huntington Beach that has served as his sending church since 1999 when he embarked on a 12-year mission to Wales, UK. Originally serving as the Evangelist at Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones’s historic Sandfields church, Peyton served as the both the interim pastor, and helped them plant their first church. From there, he engaged in a replant of a Baptist congregation in West Wales, which grew and led to Peyton planting a collegiate church. He also planted a church out of a Starbucks which multiplied to three churches, and a church in urban Long Beach, CA, that planted two other churches.
In both the UK and USA, Peyton formed the New Breed Network, a small network that specializes planting in hard places utilizing 1st century principles. Peyton also co-founded Church Planter Magazine, the Church Planter Podcast, the Hardcore Church planting podcast, and the Ministry Ninja Podcast. His books include Church Zero 2013, Reaching The Unreached 2017, and an unpublished church planting textbook 2021, and he developed CityWide to train planters in collaborative church planting teams wired for multiplication.
Prior to church planting, Daniel was an engineer for eight years. He earned an M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Michigan, and is currently a Ph.D. Intercultural Studies student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.