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Jim Tomberlin

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Ministry Partner

Jim Tomberlin is founder and senior strategist of MultiSite Solutions, a company dedicated to assisting churches in multiplying their impact.

Over three decades of diverse ministry, Jim has pastored a church in Germany, grown a megachurch in Colorado and pioneered the multisite strategy for Willow Creek Community Church in Chicago.

Through his company, MultiSite Solutions, Jim and his team of specialists assist local churches in maximizing their redemptive potential through intensive and insightful multisite consultation. As the MultiSite Guy, he continues to track multisite developments and has become the nationally recognized expert on multisite church. In addition, he has become the MergerGuru on church mergers with nearly a third of his consulting currently involving merger issues.

Jim is the author of “125 Tips for MultiSite Churches” and co-author of “Better Together: Making Church Mergers Work.”

Jim is based in Scottsdale, AZ. You can email him directly at jim@multisitesolutions.com, subscribe to his MultiSightings blog or follow him on Twitter at MultiSiteGuy or MergerGuru.