As a child, Kent Hunter was a nominal Christian with faithful parents. During surgery for a football injury, God changed Kent from mediocrity to missionary. Kent’s journey through college and seminary provided theology, but little strategy. In search of mission training, he earned a Ph.D. in Theology. It would become the biblical foundation for his future. Kent’s first ministry was to pastor a dying, inner-city, Anglo church surrounded by unchurched African Americans. Humbled and discouraged by failure to effectively reach out, he enrolled in Fuller Seminary. God used that experience to transform his life, his church, and many others on six continents.
Hunter, K. R. (2015). My Pilgrimage in the Church Growth Movement: Empowerment to Lead People to Jesus. Great Commission Research Journal, 7(1), 62-78. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol7/iss1/6