Albert Tate Bio
Albert is the founding pastor of Fellowship Church—one of the fastest-growing multiethnic churches in the United States. He began in ministry pastoring just a few families at Sweet Home Church in Mississippi before serving the historic Lake Avenue Church in Pasadena, California. Hearing the call from God to plant a church, Albert and his wife, LaRosa, launched Fellowship Monrovia in January 2012. In its short history, this gospel centered, multiethnic, intergenerational church has already established a solid foothold in the region for life transformation to the glory and honor of Christ.
As a dynamic communicator, Albert is passionate about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ both to the local church and the global community. Blending the power of storytelling with a good sense of humor, Albert enjoys illustrating God’s amazing grace and love in church, academic, and conference settings.
Albert and LaRosa have four beautiful children. Albert serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University, the Museum for the Bible in Washington, D.C. and Global Church Planting Organization, Stadia. He was recently published in Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and in 2018 launched the Albert Tate Podcast.
Senior Pastor, Lakeland Community Church
Josh Amstutz Bio
Josh is the Senior Pastor at Lakeland Community Church in Lake Geneva, WI.Over the past 9 years the church has grown from 150 to over 1500 in weekly attendance.He approaches life and ministry with a team approach as his wife Lisa is the second primary voice at Lakeland as she leads an amazing worship team and the church in worship each week. Josh has led multiple Pastors’Networks and is currently working with pastors in SE Wisconsin to see multiplication at all levels in church and disciple making.Not only does Josh enjoy his growing church but he takes his greatest pride in his family.He and his wife have 9 children ranging from 5 to 18 years-old, (and yes they know what causes that, and no they don’t homeschool…until this recent coronavirus outbreak