There are actually four classifications of alumni:
There is a growing number of leaders who have graduated from the A2 Leader Development program across Asia. For example, in Japan, where the program initially began, there are more than 500 graduates who have pastored 11% of the believers there. Check out testimonies from leader development alumni and current participants...
Asian Access staff members are involved in a wide-range of front-line ministry activities, such as church multiplication, leadership training, and evangelism. We are pleased to have highly capable national staff members in Japan, as well as our volunteer national directors in the other countries. Our staff in Japan is supported by competent administrative people in our Los Angeles home office.
"There are plenty of ministries to help Christian leaders develop their skills. What sets Asian Access apart is a focus on the transformation of a leader’s soul. A2 holds an integrated vision of life and leadership that refuses to separate a person’s calling in the world from his or her communion with Christ. By targeting this deeper level of existence, Asian Access equips leaders with a new vision of faithfulness and not merely new tools of effectiveness."
Mr. Skye Jethani
Author, Speaker, Consultant and Pastor. Former senior editor for Leadership Journal
Dr. Lon Allison
Pastor of Teaching & Outreach, Wheaton Bible Church
Former Director, The Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College
Mr. Robert Buford
Chairman of the Board, Leadership Network
Asian Access faculty members serve as pastors, CEOs, professors, missionaries, ministry leaders and/or authors in their own ministries, but who also teach sessions with Asian Access participants. They are essentially volunteers from North America or Asia, who have expertise in a given area. For example, they might specialize in worship, personal and corporate transformation, teaching and preaching, small group ministry, prayer and listening to God, church multiplication, counseling, marriage and family issues, or vision and strategy. Out of their life and ministry experience, they offer...
From time to time, as is appropriate, we will highlight some of our participants and tell their stories. Due to security issues, we must be very careful about publishing exactly who the Asian Access participants are. Even so, we can describe typical participants in general terms.
Asian Access participants are screened and selected by a group of senior leaders and advisors. They are selected generally according to the following criteria: