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Leadership

Leadership 2018-2019

God’s imparted his VISION, and in response, we’ve prayerfully re-imagined our STRUCTURES. Now, together with God’s Spirit, we’re inviting you to be the PEOPLE who meet God as you lead and seek to see the Asian American communities at UT transformed.

Vision: To see Christ followers developed and the Asian American communities at UT transformed.

  • Where on campus do you want to see others worship and love God, join a community that serves each other, and serves this campus through His love?
  • Approximately 90% of Asian Americans at UT (9,000) are unengaged with the Gospel in a regular, incarnational basis.
  • What if you were part of seeing the 10% mobilized so that the 90% would be reached with the Gospel?

Structures: How AACM leadership will be organized next year! We know it’s not perfect, but we believe that it gives us more freedom to grow, multiply and reach out.

 
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People: Without you, the vision dies and the structures remain empty. As you read the roles and discern leadership for next year, listen to God’s call and respond to him!

Each role has meetings that are unique and specific to them, and we ask all leaders to attend the All-AACM member meetings that occur every other month.

  • President: They partner with staff and lead the core team to drive AACM’s vision and plans forward. (Commitments: AACM Staff Meeting, Plan for Core Team, Core Team)
  • Small Group Coordinator: They are a part of core team to discern vision and plans for AACM. They also discern the vision/plans for small group ministry, provide training for SG leaders, and lead the SGLLs. (Commitments: Core Team, SGC Meeting, SGC/SGLL Meeting, Sunday SG leaders gathering)
  • Small Group Leader of Leaders: They partner with the SGCs by providing input to grow SG ministry. They are the primary shepherds (providing care) and coaches (feedback) to help small group leaders be the best they can be. They lead a small group of small group leaders. (Commitments: SGC/SGLL Meeting, Sunday SG leaders gathering, visiting their SG
  • Small Group Leader: They lead a small group of students to love God, each other, and the campus. In addition, each small group leader chooses a missional identity, which is a commitment to love a people, organization, or place on campus. (Commitments: Sunday SG leaders gathering, the SG you lead)
  • Internal Coordinator: They are a part of core team to discern vision and plans for AACM. They also discern vision/plans for our internal gathering spaces. Some areas that they might focus on are large group, fall retreat, prayer, worship, welcome, spiritual formation, and discipleship. They partner with their team to develop our gathering spaces. (Commitments: Core Team, Coordinator Meeting, Sunday Leaders Meeting, the spaces you lead)
  • Internal Leader: They partner with the internal coordinator to grow our gathering spaces within AACM. They will also be responsible for recruiting volunteers to help bring the vision and plans to be accomplished. (Commitments: Sunday Leaders Meeting, Meeting with volunteer, the spaces you lead)
  • External Coordinator: They are a part of core team to discern vision and plans for AACM. They also discern vision/plans for our external gathering spaces. Some areas that they can focus on include developing relationships with AA orgs, hosting outreach events like connect, IM Sports, talent shows, and service projects. They partner with the internal to our gathering spaces. (Commitments: Core Team, Coordinator Meeting, Sunday Leaders Meeting, the spaces you lead)
  • External Leader: They partner with the external coordinator to grow our gathering spaces within AACM. They will also be responsible for recruiting volunteers to help bring the vision and plans to be accomplished. (Commitments: Sunday Leaders Meeting, Meeting with volunteer, the spaces you lead)

God has been so faithful to grow our ministry this year, and we can’t wait to see what’s next. The leadership team are praying for our next leadership team. Consider joining AACM leadership to grow in your discipleship and see the UT campus renewed!

If you are applying to be a leader, please go here.

Have questions? Check out the Leadership FAQ. If your question isn't there, please reach out to core team or email Joseph at joseph.kwan@intervarsity.org.