Jeff Johnston


Mary Jo Wilson, A2's VP for Japan, shares why she is proud that Asian Access applies its four outcomes to women leaders across Asia:

  1. Nurturing a love relationship with God;
  2. Growing in Christ-like character;
  3. Reproducing disciple-making leaders;
  4. Planting multiplying churches.

Being a female leader can be a lonely road. But Asian Access is investing in these leaders to help each of them in their context. And as they're in the A2 community, they are mutually encouraged and learning from each other.

Wilson says:

"They are so thrilled to have this level of training available to them and people investing in them in this way."

Mary Jo has seen how women are impacted by our leader development training, as well as how they are contributing to God's kingdom. It encourages her to see churches being planted by A2 participants, regardless of gender or marital status.

God's great mandates to love God and to love others, as well as to make disciples and plant churches apply to all believers—men and women. She is excited about the future as Asian Access remains committed to training younger leaders and women across Asia.

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