Jessica McFalls

Jessica McFalls

Jessica “Mama J” McFalls has served in full-time ministry since 2004. She has served with several ministries in multiple countries in Africa, South Asia, and East Asia. She has been with All Nations since 2011 when she did her Church Planting eXperience (CPx) training at the Cape Town hub in South Africa. With All Nations she has served in Cape Town, the Himalayas of NW India, and currently in Taiwan. She has served on hub staff, as a field team leader, and currently serves as a church planting/member care coach and a trainer for CPx both with cross-cultural catalytic workers and local indigenous workers. She holds an MA in Christian Formation and Discipleship and is an ordained minister.

The thing that makes Mama J smile more than anything else is seeing people come to Christ and grow in their relationship with him. It is those little “aha” moments along the way in their discipleship that makes everything worth it!

Blog Entries

Discipleship from Karma to Atonement

A New Resource on ResearchShare.

What is needed for effective discipleship among Tibetan Buddhist background believers?


Rhythms of Spiritual Praxis as Discipleship from Karma to Atonement among Believers from a Tibetan Buddhist Background

Anyone who has spent significant time attempting to share the truths of the gospel among Tibetan Buddhist peoples can attest to it being a difficult process. It is said that in 1892 Hudson Taylor said, “To make converts in Tibet is similar to going into a cave and trying to rob a lioness of her cubs.” Even after over 100 years this statement still largely describes the situation well.

This thesis specifically looks at the causes of apostasy and the potential role of rhythmic Christian spiritual practices for deeper and transformational discipleship.