The most powerful resources in vulnerable urban communities are the leaders themselves.
We support a global network of training hubs committed to developing incarnational leaders in vulnerable urban communities.
use our training and resources to seek the peace of their cities.
are being developed using our Incarnational Training Framework.
are prepared and equipped to develop more local leaders.
We develop Incarnational leaders
Training the heads, hearts, and hands of urban leaders
to love their city and seek its peace.
Training the heads, hearts, and hands of urban leaders to love their city and seek its peace.
1001 Yakima Ave Suite 15
Tacoma, WA 98405
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Preaching Peace Gathering
Tuesdays at 12pm
Street Psalms Office
Reflection and Discernment Gathering
2nd Tuesday every month
6pm at IKE Box
Training and Dialogue Space
3rd Sunday every month
5pm at IKE Box
Live Launch Event
January (also available as webinar)
March 4th, 2018
Closing Reflection Retreat
March 20th, 2018
“Breaking the Barriers of Unconscious Bias”
June 5th, 2018
“Women in Church Leadership”
Joyce del Rosario
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Kris lives with his wife, Lana, and their two sons Grant and Mitchell in Tacoma WA. He has served in urban ministry since 1985 and is the founding director of Street Psalms. He earned a B.A. in English at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA, an M.Div. at Palmer Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA, and a D.Min. in Transformational Leadership for the Global City from Bakke Graduate University in Seattle, WA. Kris is also an ordained member of the Street Psalms Community.
Joel Van Dyke
Joel Van Dyke has lived and served in Guatemala City since 2003 with his wife Marilyn and their children Joel and Sofia. Joel was the founding director of CTM Guatemala and now is secunded to Street Psalms from Christian Reformed World Missions (CRWM) to direct the Urban Training Collaborative. Joel earned a B.A. in Psychology and Social Work from Calvin College and his M.Div. with concentration in Urban Mission from Westminster Theological Seminary. He completed a D.Min. in Transformational Leadership for the Global City from Bakke Graduate University.
Lana has served in urban ministry since 1981 in several cities as a volunteer youth worker, Young Life Metro Director, and operational staff for Street Psalms since 1999. When she’s not working as a critical care nurse, Lana continues to serve with her husband Kris at Street Psalms. The Rockes and their two sons live in Tacoma, WA.
Director of Strategy
Nic lives in Portland, OR with his wife Brittany and two daughters Adelyn and Audrey. Nic has spent the past 12 years as a management consultant in a diverse range of industries. His focus has been on creating strategic and operational frameworks that empower executives to implement their vision. He now brings this gift and experience to the Street Psalms team in support of developing Incarnational Leaders.
Kristy Humphreys has spent most of her life in the Pacific Northwest and now lives in Tacoma, WA with her husband Brian and their children Bruce and Evelyn. Kristy has spent her career working with nonprofits, and she and Brian spent three years in the Dominican Republic as Peace Corps Volunteers where she focused on youth leadership development with adolescent girls. She has a B.A. in Biblical Theology and Music Ministry from Multnomah University and earned a Master’s of Public Administration (MPA) from the University of Washington with a certificate in Nonprofit Management.
Communications and Content Manager
Cody is a designer, student, husband, and father. Cody received his B.A. in Psychology from Concordia University and his M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the former Executive Director of Tacoma College Minsitry, and is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University. In addition to his design and communications work with Street Psalms, he is a freelance graphic designer (www.codyjlail.com).
We hope the Incarnational Training Framework equips you for the work of loving your city and seeking its peace.