About Mark Love

Mark Love is Director of the Resource Center for Missional Leadership at Rochester College, Rochester Hills, MI. His work there includes directing a Master’s degree in missional leadership, working with existing congregations and their leaders toward missional innovation, and directing Streaming, an annual conference on missional hermeneutics.

While Mark lives and works in Michigan, he considers Portland, OR home. He is the proud father of a new monastic, Josh, who lives in Abilene, TX.

 

 

5 Responses to About Mark Love

  1. JW says:

    Me like. OK? Please. (forwarding bedroom pic to Gina Amburn for some lamp-redemption ideas.

  2. Ted Johnson says:

    Happy New Year, Mark :)

    Great readings! I have a question for you – did you have a father who taught psychology at Mt. Hood Community College?

    Blessings.

  3. tsmith0095 says:

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