Pastor Nixon Ng
serves as director of Every Nation Leadership Institute.
serves as corporate secretary of Every Nation Leadership Institute. She also serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Every Nation Philippines.
Pastor Gilbert Floliente
serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Every Nation in the Philippines.
Dr. Jun Escosar
serves as director of the Every Nation Asia Leadership team.
Pastor Michael Paderes
serves as treasurer of Every Nation Leadership Institute. He also serves as missions director of Every Nation Philippines.
Pastor Joe Bonifacio
serves as director of Every Nation Campus in the Philippines.
The School of Campus Ministry is designed to train and equip incoming full-time campus missionaries. The curriculum was built on the fundamental principles of campus ministry and serves to inculcate these principles on how our future campus missionaries will reach the campuses and disciple students. It also aims to equip them with the skills necessary in running a campus ministry, such as strategic planning and events execution. A variety of learning environments are used in order to help the students absorb as much as possible. From lectures to group discussions, reports, and activities, each day features an array of classes. This strategy allows the class to be flexible and dynamic for any topic.
The School of Church Leadership is designed to train and equip incoming full-time pastors for their service in ministry. Each pastor will be equipped in the fundamental principles of discipleship, leadership development, and ministry assignment. The school is designed to provide training in areas of ministry such as kids ministry, worship ministry, pastoral services, and discipleship ministry. It enables its students to develop a strategic planning paper for areas in ministry of the local church, and to gain skills and tools to execute the template.
The School of Church Planting is for church planters and vocational ministers. It intends to train future church planters going to strategic cities and towns in the Philippines. It is designed to enable its students to develop a template for church planting and to gain skills and tools to execute the template.
The School of World Missions trains cross-cultural missionaries who will help establish campus ministries and churches in every nation. It aims to raise missionaries who have a consistent devotional life and adequate discipleship, leadership, and ministry skills necessary to adapt to and engage in any given culture; having the ability to effectively evangelize, disciple, plant churches, raise up local leaders in those cultures, and to develop and maintain partnership teams.