The state of men's discipleship in the church today is anemic at best. Our guest today, Bob Jamison, President and Founder of Adam's Quest Men's Ministry, helps us think through the significance of men's discipleship in the church, as well as the critical role of mentorship.
We discuss the impact of the book, Four Chair Discipleship: Growing a Movement of Disciple-Makers, on Bob and his ministry with CLC. You'll gain a valuable framework for understanding the development of a disciple.
Bob Jamison served for 24 years as President of Family Guidance, Inc., one of the region’s strongest programs for at-risk youth and families. Before coming to Family Guidance, Bob served in college administration at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh.
He has a B.A. degree in communication from Carnegie Mellon, a marketing certificate from the University of Pittsburgh, and a Master’s Degree in Public Management from the Heinz School at Carnegie Mellon
Bob is co-founder of the Greater Pittsburgh Community Leaders Prayer Breakfast, Prayer Over Pittsburgh, and Pittsburgh Prayer Evangelism and has served on the Mayor’s Youth Policy Council and the advisory boards for The Pittsburgh Experiment, CityReachers, the Southwestern Pennsylvania Mentoring Partnerships, and the National Fatherhood Initiative, Friends of Propel Charter School, Gang Free Schools Steering Committee for the Pittsburgh Public Schools, and Urban Impact Foundation.
His life and ministry are highlighted in The Story Behind the Success: Learning from Pittsburgh Professionals. He has traveled in mission to Mexico, Argentina, England, and Brazil.