Alan Witham has served with the Kentucky Baptist Convention since 2000. He has served in his current role of Regional Consultant Group Leader since 2012. He works to equip and encourage church leaders to take steps that lead to greater health and growth both personally and congregationally. Alan has 19 years of experience as a senior pastor in Kentucky Churches. He is a graduate of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div) and Campbellsville University (B.A). He is a contributor to the following books “Lead to Revitalize: 15 Practices of a Revitalization Leader” and “The Deacon Ministry Handbook: A Practical Guide for Servant Leadership” He has worked with KBC’s Regional Consultant Group to write the following: “40 Days of Prayer for Revitalization” “Strengthening Congregational Prayer,” “Breaking Barriers in Smaller Churches,” “For the Kingdom’s Sake: Finding God’s Preferred Future for Your Church, ” and “Pastor Search Team Guide.” Alan is married to Jenny and they have two children, Ryan, Kelsie (and husband Carson) and three grandchildren.
How Alan helps churches:
Alan works to equip and encourage churches and church leaders to take steps that lead to greater health and growth both personally and congregationally. He provides consultations, training, and practical resources. He also provides coaching to church leaders based on their perceived needs and goals. He works to help leaders think through practical next steps that lead to strengthening church ministries and church leaders. His consulting work includes the following areas: Church Building, Capital Fundraising, Space and Facilities Studies, Church Strategy/Future Planning. Training that Alan can provide includes the following: Biblical Conflict Resolution, Strengthening Your Deacon Ministry, Strengthening Your Church Stewardship Ministry, Church Security 101, Greeter and First Impressions Training, Creating a Disciple-making Culture in Your Church. Raising the Climate of Evangelism in Your Church, Bible Storying for Small Groups. Alan seeks to provide helpful resources to church leaders based on expressed needs. These resources are in the form of books, publications and documents.