Kevin Weaver, ACC

Meet Kevin Weaver, ACC. You can read more about Kevin and who he is below the video.



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Kevin WeaverKevin Weaver, ACC serves as CEO for Network211 directing the executive staff and leaders of each department of the Network 211 International ministry. He oversees research and development areas, and coordinates all content and delivery for Project 100 Million, Global Christian Center online church, and all other related web-based delivery systems.

In addition to his coaching and training duties with CoachNet, Kevin also works with missionaries and national church leaders to connect, train and link them to the services that Network211 offers. His wife KyAnne works to provide content for evangelism and spiritual growth — especially content that focuses on marriage, women’s interests, parenting and family.

ACC LogoFor the past 30 years, Kevin has served in various pastoral ministry positions. Including; serving as a Lead Pastor in the Republic of Panama, Longview, WA, Seattle, WA and Jackson, MS, and as Executive Pastoral responsibilities at James River Assembly, Springfield, MO and Pocono Community Church, Mt. Pocono, PA just outside New York City.  Kevin holds the Associate Certified Coach credential in the International Coach Federation.

In addition to having been part of three church plants and leading two, major, church revitalizations in the Pacific Northwest, Kevin led the initiative for the organizational coaching networks in the AGK (Assemblies of God Kansas District) and SOMO (Assemblies of God Southern Missouri District). Kevin continues to be involved in coach mentoring/training for CoachNet Global. He is currently coaching church planters, and pastors/leader teams and missionaries in the U.S. and around the world.

Kevin and is wife KyAnne have three boys; Kaleb, graduate from the University of Kansas and a worship leader at Chapel Springs Church, Manassas, VA; Keith, 2LT U.S. Army, 101st Airborne, Fort Campbell, Kentucky his wife Kelli and son Thomas: Klay, ROTC Cadet and student at Pittsburg State University.

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