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The cohort that this mentoring track is designed for are workplace believers, such as business owners, entrepreneurs and successful professionals residing and living in major cities across Asia. They are already successful in their own right in their workplace roles. The preferred age group would be 35 to 45 years old, which covers the younger Generation X and the older Generation Y, who already have the maturity in their life journey. Most of them can be called the emerging generation who have grown up in relatively peaceful environment when compared to their parents. They are resourceful, technology savvy, and they love their own city. They live in multi-religious, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural urban Asian context, yet most share the desire to quest for better quality of living. Among them, some would start to ask questions pertaining to the quality of life. Indeed, they are the awakened, empowered, and aspiring generation. I came to know these Christian workplace leaders not only through Asian Access, where I serve as Board Director as well as leadership development faculty, but also from my other ministry contacts. Some through training opportunities, while some other I work with one-on-one. The countries involved would be quite diverse in geography, yet with sufficient similarities in terms of their socio-economic profiles.

The focus is to help these Christian workplace leaders to intentionally develop a missional lifestyle, both as an important part of their personal spiritual formation, as well as a practical commitment in their discipleship. It is about a missional engagement through personal spiritual formation as well as corporate discipleship.

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Doctor of Ministry (DMin)

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Fredrickson, Kurt

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Missions; Workplace; Work environment; Mentoring; Kingdom; Leaders; Leadership; Christian leadership; Asia; Urban areas; Cities and towns; Lifestyles; Missio Dei


Leadership Studies


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