Global Disciple-making Discover the plan of God from the beginning of the bible to be made much of by bringing people from all nations through the means of sending people with the good news of the kingdom and the strategic implications of God’s mission on the church.
The Metanarrative of the Gospel and its Impact on all of Life
Discover the grand story of God that gives meaning to the stories of our lives and purpose to our vocations.
Glocalization: What if the church was the missionary? By asking the question: “What if the church was the missionary?” the entire church can be mobilized to be globally relevant and become a church affecting 7 billion people rather than the few hundred in its immediate context by every member identifying their domain of influence and engaging that domain as a redeemer and disciple maker.
Islam: Foe or Opportunity? Islam represents a great opportunity for the church. What if Christians began to engage and love people from other faith backgrounds as Jesus did in obedience to Jesus? Could it change the world?
Worldview Basics What are the basic components of a person’s worldviews and what are the major categories of worldviews that affect the globe and it’s population? How do these worldviews affect people’s response to the major questions of life?
Bible Curriculum: Sunday School or Serious Education? Explore the benefits of having a bible department that sets the tone for the academic rigors of the school by setting the foundation God as the source of all the disciplines and the one to be discovered in all the disciplines while not sacrificing the academic pursuit of the disciplines.
It’s In the Manual: The Reliability of the Bible and its Implications Explore the reliability of the bible and it’s foundational place in the life of the Christian for determining purpose and action.
Mitch Jolly, M.DIv.
Mitch is the husband of Jennifer and Daddy of Gabriel, John Mark and Daniel.
Currently serving Three Rivers Community Church, Mitch is the teaching pastor. TRCC is a church plant in Rome, GA that he and a group of families founded. Mitch has participated in launching several successful church plant initiatives. Additionally, Mitch has developed a Pastor-in-Training program designed to prepare more leaders for church planting opportunities.
Mitch is a founder and operating officer for Global Impact, an international NGO that works in developing countries to develop and train leaders in starting and sustaining social, educational, and economic reforms.
He serves as Vice Chairman for Floyd County Department of Family and Children Services. As a member of the board his duties include budget input, staffing, and policy management.
While serving as the Bible Department Chair at Unity Christian School Mitch developed a bible curriculum that integrated the major courses necessary for a student to be proficient in knowing and defending their faith at any level. The courses were adapted from graduate level courses and made indigenous to the learning capacity of the students in each grade. Freshmen began with Old Testament Survey. Sophomores advanced to New Testament Survey. Juniors advanced to Systematic Theology, and used Wayne Grudem’s text. Finally, seniors advanced to Apologetics where the Summit Ministries curriculum helps to build upon their previous three years of training and prepares students to defend the faith against major opposing worldviews.
Mitch is a former Executive Director of Youth for Christ, Rome Area in serving students in Northwest Georgia. While serving YFC he was responsible for all aspect of ministry leadership including fund-raising, hiring and training and managing ministry staff, leading ministry
Mitch has extensive speaking and teaching experience in an international setting having served in the UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Malawi with Global Impact.
In 1997 Mitch received a Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministry from Shorter University. He followed his undergraduate education by attending Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he received his Masters of Divinity in Biblical Languages. Mitch also earned and Associate of Science degree in Business and Economics from Georgia Highlands University.