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Timothy A.

1716 Lakecliffe Dr. Apt. D. Wheaton, Il. 60189
717-489-1529 Home and Work, 717-418-3814
Twenty-seven years of missionary experience in Lima, Peru. Born in
Anchorage, Alaska, grew up in Wisconsin. Married for 29 years to Deborah.
Three children Joel 25, Elizabeth, 22 and Andrea, 16. Ph.D. in organizational
leadership from Regent University. Desire to influence for Jesus Christ
through leadership formation. Speak Spanish and English fluently. Currently
teaches with ProMETA, a Master’s Level Distance education program in
Latin America, Trinity Western University, and Grand Canyon University
.Also teaches at the Evangelical Seminary of Lima and Victory Center in
Lima, Peru. Served as Country Leader in Peru for 11 years and as Latin
America Director for six years. Likes to work on new projects. Spiritual gifts
are apostleship, leadership and teaching. Strengths are learning, cross cultural
astuteness and persistence. Constantly looking for the best ways to use
education and experience. Tim was recently appointed as a missionary with
Converge Worldwide-International Mission and is in transition to be the
Regional Director for Latin America with Converge.

Education Ph.D., Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia October 2007

Master of Divinity, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School 1981
B.A. Journalism, Marquette University 1974

ProMETA, San José, Costa Rica Sept, 2006-present

Converge Worldwide-International Mission

May, 2010-present

Leadership Department Head for Masters’ level
• Wrote and taught course - the Effective Leader in the
Midst of His Culture
• Wrote and taught course – Models and Skills of Leadership
• Wrote and taught course- Skills of the Effective Leader
• Wrote and taught course- Motivating the People of God to
• Oversaw the beginning of a new department
• Recruited professors for the program

Trinity Western University, Langley, B. C. Dec. 2008

Masters of Arts in Leadership

Wrote and taught course- Leadership Across Cultures-

Scheduled to teach it again beginning November 29, 2010.

Grand Canyon University, Phonix, Ariz. August. 2009

Masters of Arts in Leadership

Wrote - Cross Cultural and Multicultural Ministry

Issues in Urban Ministry
Christianity and Culture

ReachGlobal , Lima, Peru Nov.2000-Sept. 2006

Area Director
• Oversaw expansion into Colombia, Honduras, the
Dominican Republic and Uruguay.
• Led virtual team of nine members in seven countries.
• Led two vision trips to four countries each
• Encouraged growth of the Latin America Training
• Led region of 72 workers

ReachGlobal , Lima, Peru Feb.1983- Present

Country Leader
• Led team of 3-24 workers
• Taught in local seminaries.

• Mentored new workers

• Recruited at least eight new workers.

ReachGlobal , Lima, Peru Feb.1983- 2000

Church Planter
• Worked in the early stages of planting four churches
• Team leader for Lima Work Class City project.

Seminary Professor on Bachelors Level

. Models of Leadership, Church Planting, Evangelism,
Biblical Theology of Missions.

Special Servant Leadership Present

Leadership International leadership with an emphasis in Latin
Interests America and specifically the church.
Mentoring of missionaries
Cross cultural church planting
Leadership in Canada
Latin American Leadership
International Leadership
Servant Leadership
Theology of Leadership


 Irving, J. A., & McIntosh, T. A. (2006).

Investigating value of and hindrances to servant
leadership in Latin America: Initial findings from
Peruvian leaders. Proceedings of the American
Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences
USA, 13(1), 874-887.
 Irving, J. A, & McIntosh, T. A. (2007).
Evaluating the reliability of the Evaluación
Organizacional de Liderazgo among Spanish
speaking Latin Americas. Proceedings of the
American Society of Business and Behavioral
Sciences USA, 14(1), 786-805.
 McIntosh, T.A. & Irving, J.A. (2008).
Evaluating the Instrumento de Contribución al
Liderazgo de Siervo (ICLS) for Reliability in
Latin America. Servant Leadership Roundtable
Regent University
May 16-17
 Irving, J.A. & McIntosh, T.A. (2008).
Investigating the value of and hindrances to
servant leadership in the Latin American context:
Initial findings from Peruvian leaders. Journal of
International Business and Cultural Studies