Wade Burnett has planted churches, pastored churches, merged churches and launched multisite campuses both in rural Louisiana and in suburban Nashville.
In a prior life, he was a nationally recognized lawyer whose work has been featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, ABC 20/20, NBC Dateline, Good Morning America, The Today Show, People Magazine and many others.
As an Affiliate of MultiSite Solutions, Wade has done extensive work coaching and consulting church leaders in multisite, church mergers, pastoral succession, and church multiplication.
Wade currently resides in Nashville, TN with his wife Amy and their three children.
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"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."
"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..."
"If the Holy Spirit is in it, Jim and his team can help you develop a plan to that honors God and everyone involved."
"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 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."
"Jim is one of the country’s leading thinkers on the multi-site movement."
"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. Jim brought to our team a pastor’s heart with a strategist’s mind for how to understand church growth through multisites."