Impact Conference is a ministry designed to equip and encourage the next generation of disciple-makers to think Biblically about local and global ministry while bringing clarity to Christian leaders and workers relative to the mission of the Church and of individual believers.
The Impact Conference includes challenging and inspiring speakers, opportunities for networking and engagement with other like-minded believers from around the world, and exposure to helpful Biblical resources.
Our theme will focus on the balance of Truth and Love. Advancing the truth and loving those in our sphere of influence go hand-in-hand. Our 2020 Impact Conference will focus on living a life of genuine impact as we put into practice the teaching and lifestyle of Jesus.
Dean of Faculty/The Masters Seminary
Nathan began teaching at the Master’s University in 2000 as an adjunct faculty member in the communications department. In 2008, he began teaching historical theology at the Master’s Seminary and is currently the Dean of the Faculty and Assistant Professor of Theology. Nathan is an author of numerous books, including “Long Before Luther” and is currently serving on the pastoral staff at Grace Church in Sun Valley, California. Nathan and his wife, Beth, have four children.
Pastor of Living Hope Church, South Africa
Joshua Mack (MA in biblical counseling, The Master’s College; MDiv, The Master’s Seminary; DMin, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is pastor-teacher of Living Hope Church in Pretoria, South Africa, and executive director of One Hope Ministries International. He and his wife Marda have five daughters as well as two boys and one girl in permanent foster care. He is the author of Compassion: Seeing with Jesus’ Eyes and coauthor of Courage and God’s Solution to Life’s Problems. You can read more of Joshua Mack’s writings at joshuamack.blog.
Dr. Mark Tatlock is president of The Master’s Academy International, professor of missions at The Master’s Seminary and University, and previously served as the executive vice president and provost of The Master’s University. As a faculty member and graduate of The Master’s Seminary, he is committed to TMAI’s theological distinctives and the priority of pastoral training, sound theology, and expository preaching.
Mark and his wife, Lisa, have five children: Jacob, Josiah, Hope, Paul, and Olivia. Care for orphans and foster children is an area of personal concern for them both, believing that God would have His people model the amazing picture of the Gospel and of His love that is found in adoption.
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