Jason Lee serves as a missionary with the Acts 17 Initiative serving refugees, immigrants and internationals, and equipping churches in Atlanta and the southeast. He has an unwavering commitment to scripture and a passion for helping local churches glorify God by engaging the nations in gospel ministry. By God’s grace, Jason has served in vocational gospel ministry for over 20 years, and in over 20 countries in various ministry roles including: launching refugee ministries in three US metro areas; missionary roles with Southern Baptists; church planting; and pastoral ministry. Jason serves as one of the pastors at Clarkston International Bible Church. He also serves as a consultant for immigration/refugee ministry to a variety of denominations, churches and entities, along with policy advisement roles to encourage Biblically-informed positions. Jason completed his undergraduate studies at Kennesaw State University and theological studies at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jason and his wife have four children.
Equipped to Reach the Nations Who Are Our Neighbors
Over 42 million refugees, immigrants, and international students call the United States home. How are you and your church (no matter where you live) engaging them with the Gospel? Join us as we have an honest dialogue and answer questions, such as “Who is a refugee?” and “Can my church really make a difference in the lives of internationals?” With the nations as our neighbors, you can be a part of making disciples of all nations without leaving your own community.
Breakout Session #3, Saturday, 10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Room 201