Lloyd Chinn, global director over Africa with WorldVenture, shares how God continues to position and purpose people of African descent to be active agents in his redemptive story.
About the Contributors
Lloyd is a graduate of Texas A&M University and Dallas Theological Seminary. He currently serves as the International Ministries Director for Africa for WorldVenture, a 77 year old missions organization that has a gospel presence in 65 countries. Besides his role in leading WorldVenture personnel in the development, implementation, and accomplishment of strategic ministries, he has the privilege of shepherding, coaching, and mentoring WorldVenture missionary families in 13 countries throughout Africa. His calling is to equip, encourage and empower mission practitioners in the West and in Africa in their cross-cultural journey of making disciples of all nations. Lloyd also serves as the North America Diaspora Coordinator of the Movement of African National Initiatives (MANI) The MANI network seeks to catalyze the church in Africa to be fully engaged in reaching the unreached and least evangelized in Africa. Lloyd and his wife, Jan, had the privilege of serving the Lord in Ghana, West Africa for 11 years, where they were involved in pastoral and leadership training, women’s empowerment and community economic development. They have 3 children and 2 grand-children.