The National Chi Alpha Ministry Center exists to provide the Chi Alpha movement with Apostolic Covering, Prophetic Voice, Keepers of the Trust, Administration, and Bureaucracy.
The Transitional Stakeholder assumes the responsibilities of the National Senior Director during a time of transition.
Executive Ministry Team
The people and health director facilitates the oversight of personnel and services provided to missionaries and staff through pastoral care.
The national Program Director oversees the development and implementation of Chi Alpha’s national program and strategy across the nation. More photos of Stefanie and her full bio are available here.
The Transitional Stakeholder is assuming the responsibilities of the National Senior Director during this time of transition. Severin remains the XAi Director during this time as well.
The national training director is responsible to establish the core curricula for staff training, preside over essential staff training events, direct the Campus Missionary-in-Training internship program, and oversee the creation of staff training resources for Chi Alpha Campus Ministries.
The Advancement Director stewards the advancement of National Chi Alpha by building favor in the General Council of the Assemblies of God while providing leadership, covering, and direction to Chi Alpha Communications and Alumni initiatives, as well as assisting on the Chi Alpha Advancement team.
National Field Specialists
Field specialists support the implementation of the national Chi Alpha program with specific, national assignments that permit them to live and work within or travel outside Springfield, Missouri.
The XAi Resource Specialist manages digital and print resource development for the XAi team.
The XAi Integration Specialist will act as a discipleship trainer to encourage, resource and train students and staff across XA nation to connect with and disciple students from specific cultures.
The LDT Director facilitates the expansion of Chi Alpha’s mission through the training, coaching, and developing of directors and pioneering teams during Lead Director Training.
The pioneering director enhances our culture of local group multiplication through resourcing area and district leaders, training, equipping teams, and coaching pioneers.
The diversity director drives diversity by helping to create initiatives that equip staff and student leaders, mobilize unsent minorities, and reach Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
The national cross-cultural missions specialist engages students and staff as life-long missional witnesses to cross boundaries of culture, geography, language, nationality, ethnicity, and race.
The Campus Access Specialist answers questions regarding constitutional issues.
The coaching and support raising training director works alongside Chi Alpha’s certified coaches and support raising trainers to raise up fully funded, effective, and healthy missionaries.
The Applied Theology and Culture Specialist serves Chi Alpha by engaging cultural moments through Bible teaching, resource development, and field training events.
The national local church specialist is to build and implement a working model for the local church that wishes to establish a Chi Alpha campus ministry on a college or university near the local church ensuring the resources of a local church are best utilized and the unique culture of Chi Alpha is infused.
The support raising specialist coordinates support-raising training and coaching to equip our missionary personnel to achieve and maintain fully funded budgets.
The missions mobilization directors lead university students to the nations by networking them with Assemblies of God World Missions and is typified by student short-term domestic and foreign trips, graduate give-a-year and pray-about-a-lifetime assignments, and strategic study abroad programs.
The national field specialist will serve to advance the second career training and provide support raising training and coaching as well as leadership coaching for Chi Alpha missionaries.
The event and conference specialist serves to plan and resource Chi Alpha gatherings.
The XAi operations and training specialist develops training content and operational systems to implement the XAi vision of friendship to leadership.
The training team specialist serves in a coaching capacity with New Director Training participants as well as other missionaries on the field to set up Chi Alpha missionaries with the most success.
The marketplace mobilization specialist partners with Chi Alpha groups in the successful launching of alumni into the marketplace to fulfill their purpose in God’s global plan and the coming Great Awakening.
The feedONE collegiate coordinators educate, resource, and enable Chi Alpha ministries to help their students end childhood hunger in our generation by making feedONE a compassion arm on their campus.
Support staff work at the National Chi Alpha Ministry Center in Springfield, Missouri and perform day-to-day ministry duties.
The marketing manager directs and coordinates all communication, marketing, and brand strategies that move forward the mission and vision of Chi Alpha for our local and national initiatives.
The finance specialist serves the National Office by helping all Chi Alpha teams maintain budgets and project workflows.
The people and health team coordinator leads project management and helps achieve the goals of the people and health director while accomplishing the 6 core responsibilities.
The Special Projects Coordinator provides project management strategies that allows for timely project organization, execution, and deliverables that align with the overall vision of Chi Alpha.
The Process & Project Manager oversees practices and projects to ensure they are in alignment with the values, vision, and mission of Chi Alpha, U.S. Missions, and the General Council Assemblies of God.
The training administrative assistant serves the training team and is specifically focused on the Campus Missionary-in-Training program.
The training team analyst facilities research and analyzes results for the refinement and development of new training programs and solutions.
The training team coordinator coordinates training events and communicates with missionaries on the field to ensure the training team mission aligns with the vision of Chi Alpha.
The administrative coordinator serves the senior director with his daily schedule and travel arrangements, and assists the National Chi Alpha Ministry Center staff as needed.
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The Re-Entry Specialist creates systems and training to mobilize Chi Alpha staff and students and prepares international students to re-enter into their home countries, as church planters, apostles, and spirit-filled disciple-makers in the marketplace.
The training administrator works on the urgent so the national training director can work on the important.