James Moline, PhD, believes that developing the opportunity for generosity to build God's Kingdom on earth stands as a central issue of our times. As a licensed psychologist, confidant, and advisor, Jim has built a 30-year career consulting with global companies about providing senior leadership excellence, managing across borders, and transforming their organizations in an era of rapid change and uncertainty. As a former tenured professor, Jim is passionate about influencing lifelong learning in the communities he serves.
Jim sees his work as a calling that extends to all people in the global community of God's Creation. Central to this understanding is the perspective that everything we have is a gift from God, and that God calls us to live together in generous community with him. To that end, Jim's expertise extends to advising clients on how to give back at the local level while helping them develop strategies and action plans that encourage philanthropy.
Along with a 30-year commitment to teaching in the local church, Jim's personal ministry passions include Young Life International (youth), Urban Homeworks (housing), and Mobile Action Ministries (food insecurity).
In addition to being a PhD licensed psychologist (Fuller Graduate School of Psychology), Jim also holds an MA in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He and his family live in Stillwater, Minnesota.