Seeing Leaders Thrive
Our Mission and Vision
Ministry Lab Network is passionate about training and equipping pastors and ministry leaders worldwide. We want to help men and women move beyond ideas and give them experiences that will develop skills to impact the people they lead to Christ.
We want to see thriving churches and ministries throughout the world but we believe there needs to be an infusion of practical skills and strategies.
We provide experiences for new and seasoned pastors, as well as non-ordained ministry leaders. Our hands-on, practical training and equipping experiences will build up new and emerging leaders, renew and revitalize seasoned leaders and develop and empower lay leaders.
Training in the Areas You Need Most
Having a solid theology is central to leading the church, but leading today requires much more. Pastors are required to be an expert in all aspects of finances, leadership, staff and volunteer development, counseling, as well as marketing and social media.
There are many great conferences and seminaries, but we work to equip you in the practical areas of ministry with hands-on, experiential learning with top ministry and marketplace facilitators.
Following our training, we promise to be there for you, with online resources, helpful videos and follow up. We’re also happy to provide personal and one-on-one consultation.
Who We Are
The Leadership of Ministry Lab Network
Founder and President
Mark has been privileged to lead four churches across the country: Cherry Creek Presbyterian in Denver, Ward Presbyterian Church in Detroit, Colorado Community Church in Denver, and Bel Air Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles.
He has authored two books, A Walk into the City which addressed the issues of cross-racial and cross economic relationships, and Spiritual Intelligence which takes on the tough issues of life Christians have to address daily.
In November 2012, Mark left Bel Air Presbyterian to start a bold new venture, All Saints Ministry and Ministry Lab Network, a worshiping community combined with a school of practical theology. Establishing All Saints and Ministry Lab Network is the culmination of over thirty years of hands-on ministry experience partnered with the connections and knowledge he has gained in working with churches, ministries, schools and organizations around the world.
He received a Bachelor of Social Science degree from Colorado State University, and a Masters of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary. Mark has also completed formal post-graduate work at St. Andrews, Scotland, Denver Conservative Baptist Seminary, Iliff Methodist Theological Seminary, and St. Thomas Catholic Seminary.
Dean of Faculty
Pam has invested in church leaders and the local church for the past 27 years. She served on the staff of Willow Creek Community Church as the Director of New Community for almost 18 years. Her tenure their gave her many opportunities to interact with and influence churches throughout the world.
As the Director of Content and Training for the Willow Creek Association’s Arts Movement, Pam was a part of the dynamic team that created the yearly Arts Conference, and other equipping and training experiences for artists and pastors serving the local church.
Her years as an independent consultant and on teams at organizations like True North 128 and Church Solutions Group gave her opportunities to work with church leaders from many denominations and all sizes of gatherings. She has been fortunate to serve as a leader in the planning, content creation, and execution of training events and gatherings for church leaders serving in the areas of leadership, communications, small groups, resource management and spiritual formation.
Pam has a passion for helping people know God deeply and discovering who they are in Him and how to serve Him best. She holds her Masters and Bachelors degrees in the field of Social Work, concentrating in the area of planning, policy and administration.
Director of Communications
From a family of Colorado pioneers, Tim is excited to return to Denver after serving in ministry for the past eight years at Malibu Presbyterian Church in California.
Wanting to make movies ever since seeing The Goonies as a second-grader, Tim graduated from USC’s prestigious film school, but soon discovered a God-given passion for ministry and mission through volunteering at Bel Air Presbyterian.
In 2006, a mission trip to Brazil radically changed his heart and passion, further revealing a passion for discipleship, outreach and the global church. Tim was soon hired at Malibu Presbyterian Church, where he served as Director of Communications and Director of Mission and Outreach. While establishing global partnerships and a global two-month internship for college students, he focused on equipping and engaging the church into the local context. To this effort, Tim authored a missional small group study and helped launch missional, church-wide small groups.
In his work with impassioned college students, Tim co-founded a non-profit called Lovemine, a social-justice organization working to educate and activate college students concerning the longest running civil war in history, the oppression and persecution of Burma’s (Myanmar) ethnic groups by the military dictatorship.
With a passion to disciple and see the church more fully embrace the way of Jesus, his position as Pastor of Discipleship is a perfect match as All Saints works to support pastors as well as raise up everyday people as disciplers and pastors.
Among many passions, Tim enjoys writing, playing the piano, watching The Goonies, and being the favorite uncle to ten nieces and nephews.