Jonathan B. Krogh
The Rev. Jonathan B. Krogh is the Founder and President of LAMUS Consulting. Prior to his creation of LAMUS, Krogh was Executive Director of EPM, a training and consulting firm which also provided pastoral care without charge in a mall-based ministry.
For nearly 8 years Jonathan was pastor of Chicago's Morgan Park Presbyterian Church. As pastor his work included the celebration of the congregation's centennial and the unexpected responsibility of leading the congregation after a devastating fire gutted a large portion of the church
After leaving Morgan Park, Krogh was appointed Interim Director of Field Studies and Instructor for preaching, ministerial formation, and pastoral administration at the Divinity School of the University of Chicago. Following his work at the University, he served as Deputy Director of Protestants for the Common Good, a state-wide educational and advocacy organization. In addition, Krogh has presented at numerous seminars and workshops on leadership training, communication skills, diversity awareness, and not-for-profit administration.
Krogh also served as Director of Mission for Chicago's historic Fourth Presbyterian Church, he was adjunct faculty for the Chicago Metropolitan Center where he taught courses on the relationship between Christian values and vocation. Krogh has presented for the Life Services Network annual convention and for six years has been a featured speaker for The Governor's Conference on Aging and the Illinois Association of Groundwater Professionals.
He is currently serving as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Peotone, the First Presbyterian Church of Kankakee, adjunct faculty at Joliet Junior College, and Senior Pastoral Associate with Evergreen Park Ministry. Krogh has also been a guest speaker for various programs including:
The University of Chicago Divinity School Lecture Series,
S.C.U.P.E. Urban Ministry Congress,
Illinois Campaign for Political Reform,
Center for Not-for-Profit Tax Law, and
Chicago Tonight with John Calloway.
Krogh, an ordained Presbyterian (USA)minister, holds a BA in Sociology, an MA in Religious Studies and Masters of Divinity with a concentration in not-for-profit management, all from The University of Chicago. He is also author of The Joshua Factor: Leadership Principles from an Ancient Warrior.