Champion the setting up of cohorts of students for MA to PhD
Function as coordinator and or faculty mentor
Faculty mentors: not to be the sage on the stage but to be a guide on the side. Works together with two other mentors (a life mentor and a field mentor) in discipling, developing, and assessing the student. The focus is on integrating content with character and craft resulting in greater effectiveness for Christ in their contexts.
Henry Tan (Henry.firstname.lastname@example.org)
The International Leadership Consortium (ILC) is an arm of CCCI that provides oversight to our educational institutions seeking to help fulfill the Great Commission. We equip current and emerging pastoral and lay leaders worldwide through our SALT (School of Applied Leadership for Transformation) department.
ILC-SALT Mission: We seek to identify and equip (e.g., using a competency-based theological education philosophy) champions (e.g., individuals, institutions, and training agencies in the ILC network) to increase the quality and quantity of pastoral and lay leaders for the Great Commission.
ILC-SALT Vision: We seek to develop a growing network of champions to create the capacity to scale and serve the educational and training needs of the millions of pastoral and lay leaders worldwide who lack adequate biblical training.
We serve internationally and are accredited through ATS (The Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada).