Jorge Acevedo

Jorge Acevedo is the Lead Pastor at Grace Church, a multi-site, United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida with four campuses (Cape Coral, Fort Myers Shores, Fort Myers Central, and Sarasota in Southwest Florida). Grace Church is recognized as having one of the largest and most effective recovery ministries in America.

From 1992 to 1996, Jorge served as Executive Pastor at Christ Church United Methodist in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; from 1988 to 1992, as the Associate Pastor at First United Methodist Church in Kissimmee, Florida; from 1984 to 1988 as Minister of Youth and Children at Trinity Hill United Methodist Church in Lexington, Kentucky.

Jorge is a specialist for SLI.

Cape Coral, FL

Grace Church

Grace Church began its relationship with SLI in the Fall of 2006 in my tenth year at Grace Church. At the time, we were what I would call “a mile wide and an inch deep.” The amazing growth we had experienced in my first ten years was not sustainable. Our SLI coach began to help us build healthy teams led by spiritual leaders who cultivated transformational cultures and fruitful processes. By practicing and getting better at the principles we learned from SLI, we have grown sustainable depth in our ministry and are increasing in our multiplying possibilities.

Jorge Acevedo

Jorge Acevedo is the Lead Pastor at Grace Church, a multi-site, United Methodist congregation in Southwest Florida with five campuses (Cape Coral, Fort Myers Shores, Fort Myers Central, Fort Myers Trinity, and Sarasota in Southwest Florida). Grace Church is recognized as having one of the largest and most effective recovery ministries in America.

From 1992 to 1996, Jorge served as Executive Pastor at Christ Church United Methodist in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; from 1988 to 1992, as the Associate Pastor at First United Methodist Church in Kissimmee, Florida; from 1984 to 1988 as Minister of Youth and Children at Trinity Hill United Methodist Church in Lexington, Kentucky.

Jorge is a specialist for SLI.

Cape Coral, FL

Grace Church

Grace Church began its relationship with SLI in the Fall of 2006 in my tenth year at Grace Church. At the time, we were what I would call “a mile wide and an inch deep.” The amazing growth we had experienced in my first ten years was not sustainable. Our SLI coach began to help us build healthy teams led by spiritual leaders who cultivated transformational cultures and fruitful processes. By practicing and getting better at the principles we learned from SLI, we have grown sustainable depth in our ministry and are increasing in our multiplying possibilities.

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