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Introducing...

Elliott & Lori Snuggs

Ryan and Lindsey


Serving as
Executive Vice President



Bio: Elliott & Lori Snuggs

 

Background Info:

We (Elliott and Lori) first met in August 1983 when both went to Japan with Asian Access as short-term missionaries. Now, over 30 years later, we are still serving with Asian Access, though married and working in the U.S. headquarters office. Elliott is from Texas and Lori is from Pennsylvania. So God had to work to get us together first in Japan and now in Los Angeles. Elliott has an M.Div. from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA and a Masters of Management Arts from the Peter Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, CA.

 

Ministry Assignment:

Elliott is the Executive Vice President at Asian Access. His primary responsibility is to assist the president in the area of organizational management. His primary focus is on strategic planning, launching new initiatives, and facilitating key leadership teams.

 

Words of wisdom...

If you think God might be calling you into missionary service, don't say "NO." Remember Jonah! God has a way of getting you where you need to be, and if it is Japan, an airplane is preferable to a big fish!

 

When you're in Asia, be sure to...

Enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of a completely different culture. What a great opportunity!

 

Funniest story of life in Japan...

One of my (Elliott's) students in Japan told me in 1983 to cut back on sodas. When I asked him why, he couldn't figure out what exactly to say in English, but finally came up with the phrase, "because it will melt your bones!" Good enough reason for me!

 

What we've learned here...

You don't have to force anything. God will put you in the right place to use your gifts and abilities for his kingdom. There is no better place to be than in the center of God's will for your life.

 

How is God blessing your life and ministry?

God has blessed us incredibly with a wonderful church, a wonderful family and a wonderful team of people to work with at Asian Access. Recently, Elliott has had the opportunity to do more teaching on strategic planning in Asia and is enjoying doing that in various cultures. In addition to his work with Asian Access, both Elliott and Lori had the opportunity to serve the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization where Elliott was the manager of the Cape Town International Convention Center for the gathering in October 2010. We are tremendously thankful for God’s call on our lives.

 

 


Recent Articles from Elliott

 

starship enterprise 600x400A2.business Enterprise: Starship Log – Entry 2017-0321-09:33

I grew up watching the TV series, Star Trek. I was recently reminded of the opening of that show at a session of A2.business in South Asia. Star Trek opened every show with Captain James T. Kirk saying,

“Space: the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.”

After spending the weekend together one of the CEO’s shared this A2.business group...

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a2 business-korea-1 2aContinuing to prototype its A2.business ministry to marketplace leaders in Seoul, South Korea. Just recently 9 CEOs and entrepreneurs gathered for the second ever A2.business session. In session two, the nine participants wrestled with the second outcome: becoming a Christ-like leader. In particular, this session...

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13_drucker with elliott snuggsWeek 13 of 52. Welcome to Drucker Mondays, a 52-week journey through the new book, A Year with Peter Drucker: 52 Weeks of Coaching for Leadership Effectiveness, by Joseph A. Maciariello. Each Monday, we'll feature a Drucker fan and his or her favorite snippet from the week's topic. (Subscribe on this page.) Elliott Snuggs is our guest writer today. The big idea from the book: In this four-week segment on “Management in a Pluralistic Society of Organizations,” we learn about Drucker’s emphasis on top management. Maciariello summarizes it this way, “Without effective top management [Elliott’s emphasis] you cannot sustain a spirit of performance, and entropic processes will set in at an organization and eventually destroy it.” Thus, the first job in any organization is to make top management effective...

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professionals-mtgThe mission of Asian Access is to identify, develop and release emerging kingdom leaders to unite the church, multiply leaders and congregations and extend the transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. But just who are emerging kingdom leaders? After all, these are our primary customers.

For the last three decades, Asian Access' constituency has been pastors. Our target has been pastors who are emerging kingdom leaders, leaders of leaders, leaders with potential rather than potential leaders. We now work with...

 

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Why A2?

Why are we serving with Asian Access?

We are serving with Asian Access because we believe in the importance of developing leaders in Asia. The highest caliber of leaders in Asia are able to access the best leadership resources in the world as a result of the work of Asian Access. We are privileged to work with these men and women in Asia whose commitment to Christ humbles us. We can't wait to see how God will move in Asia this century.

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Important Dates
Elliottspacer-transp May 31
Lorispacer-transp Oct 11
Ryanspacer-transp Sep 17
Lindseyspacer-transp Apr 30
Anniversaryspacer-transp Jul 11, 1987

 

 

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