The Columbia Partnership, commonly known as TCP, is a Christian ministry organization focusing on leaders, congregations, denominations, and parachurch organizations throughout North America.
"TCP is committed to helping the Church serve with the great vitality and vibrancy in the 21st century. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you" --George Bullard, President
Briefly: Transforming the Church for Vital Ministry
At Length: Transforming the Capacity of the North American Church to Pursue and Sustain Vital and Vibrant Christ-Centered Ministry
To be empowering the transformation of 2100 congregations annually by the end of 2019 throughout North America in collaboration with other Christian ministries.
TCP was founded in 2005 as a non-profit Christian ministry focusing on leaders, congregations, denominations, and parachurch organizations. It is a 501[c]3 organization.
In 2008, it launched a kindred ministry known as Coach Approach Ministry, and four of TCP’s founders were commissioned to start this new ministry to focus more deeply on coaching and coach training.
TCP currently has an active Ministry Community of 12 Ministry Colleagues and Ministry Network Members. The typical ministry colleague or network member has a minimum of 20 years of experience working with Christian leaders and organizations.
Anglican/Episcopal, Assemblies of God, Baptist—multiple groups, Brethren, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Church of God [Anderson], Churches of God--General Conference, Disciples, Evangelical Covenant, Lutheran—ELCA and LCMS, Methodist, Pentecostal Holiness, Presbyterian--PCUSA, Reformed Church in America, United Church of Christ, Wesleyan.