Greg Ligon has been with Leadership Network, a non-profit organization dedicated to multiplying innovation and leadership in the Church, since 1997. He currently serves on the strategic leadership team as Vice President and Publisher.
During his time at Leadership Network, he has also directed the Multi-Site Churches Leadership Community, Leadership Training Network and spearheaded strategic services for the organization. Greg is also one of the authors of The Multi-Site Church Revolution and A Multi-Site Church Road Trip.
Prior to joining the Leadership Network team, Greg was responsible for creating and directing the United Methodist Campus Ministry at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He also served as associate pastor at First United Methodist Church in Waco, Texas.
Greg and his wife, Susan, have two sons, Daniel and Andrew and live in Plano, Texas.
"Jim came along side Celebration Church from the very beginning of our multi-site journey. His insight, strategy, and understanding of what it takes to be a healthy church was huge to us as we began this new journey. Since partnering with Jim, we’ve gone from one church meeting in a single location, to five campuses meeting throughout Wisconsin."
"If your church is thinking about going multisite make sure you have Jim on your team."
"With our Branch Creek Campus, LCBC Church is better positioned to reach more people with the good news of Jesus throughout central and eastern Pennsylvania. Having Jim Tomberlin at our side was a definite benefit..."
"Not only did he bring a depth of knowledge, insight and wisdom but he also helped to bring clarity to our strategy which will keep us healthy and growing well into the future."
"If you’re planning to go multisite and want someone to walk you through implementing your strategy successfully you’ll want to connect with Jim…you won’t be disappointed."
"He is a veteran leader, who is able to combine a wealth of knowledge with an intuitive grasp of the needs of the local pastor."
"Jim is one of the country’s leading thinkers on the multi-site movement."