Columbia, SC — Crossover Communications International recently announced the appointment of Ken Katayama as its second president in its 25-year history. The president is responsible for developing new ministry opportunities and guiding the USA base with other autonomous Crossover bases located in Australia, Brazil, Moldova, and New Zealand.
A native of Curitiba, Brazil, Ken ﬁrst joined Crossover in Brazil in 1999 as a short-term ministry coordinator. In 2006, Ken moved to the USA ofﬁce and became a citizen of the United States where he served in other capacities within the Crossover-USA ofﬁce until this appointment. Ken said, “I am humbled and deeply honored to have been chosen to lead our ministry as we seek to move into a new season of planting multiplying churches among the unreached peoples of the world.”
Bill Jones, founder and ﬁrst president of Crossover, has assumed the chairmanship of Crossover’s International Leadership Team and will provide counsel and assistance to all of Crossover’s presidents.
About Crossover Communications International
Crossover, a globally integrated church planting movement, intensely desires to see God glorified among all the peoples of the world. Founded in 1987, today Crossover serves on six continents and has planted many churches among the unreached peoples of the world. Crossover passionately seeks to glorify God as a catalyst for planting multiplying churches among the unreached peoples of the world. For more information about Crossover, visit www.crossoverusa.org.
Director: Communications & IT