About the Mission Management Company

Mission Management Company (MMCo) was established to support mission-based repurposing of church assets. Our proprietary MMCo (“miko”) Score empowers church leadership, judicatory portfolio managers, lenders, developers and partners by determining the likelihood that a church can successfully transform its property from a stand-alone religious building into a community asset. This innovative scoring system provides valuable insights that enhance an advisor’s ability to assist churches, lender underwriting, portfolio manager and developer pipeline triaging and management.

We believe that every church and situation is unique and that it’s important to clarify the attributes that make a church God’s masterpiece. Using our proprietary MMCo Score we take a data-driven approach with qualitative insights to understand each church to allow mission-aligned partners to support a church’s mission in the community.

Our Team

Rev. Josh Hayashi

CEO & Co-Founder

Josh is a bridge builder between the church and its surrounding neighborhood. Josh is passionate about the mission of the church as the sign of Christ in the world today. Josh is a pastor, son of a pastor, and spouse to a 4th generation pastor’s spouse. Josh attended Bethel College, Indiana and received his Master in Divinity from Regent College in Vancouver Canada.

David Oyadomari

President & COO, Co-Founder

David is an organizational transformation expert. For over two decades David has served on executive management teams in Telecommunications, Hospitality, and Banking where he led the organization’s transition to a new method of operating. David holds an MBA from the Wharton School and Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude from Claremont McKenna College.

Brian Dote

Chief Technology Officer

Brian is an accomplished mobile and web application developer with a rich history in the tech industry. He holds five US patents related to iOS technology he co-invented at Apple, and has an impressive background in leadership roles at various technology startups. Brian received his Bachelor of Arts in Zoology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and received his MS in Information Systems from Hawaii Pacific University.

What makes MMCo different

We believe…

…in mission-centered design, a church operating model that is built around a mission to love your neighborhood. A mission-centered church is the physical manifestation of God’s love for the neighborhood.

…in church partnership as a critical part of the process in which your church retains agency over your property and is responsible for renewing your mission, in contrast to closing it down and selling your property. Your church is best equipped to hear God’s call for you to your neighborhood.

…in the seven values of church mission: (1) Legacy/Mission to Community/Partnerships, (2) Long-term Financial Stability, (3) Property Ownership/Stewardship, (4) Immediate People Needs, (5) Long-term People Needs, (6) Sunday Morning Service, (7) Risk & Entrepreneurship. Decisions can be made quicker and with less conflict when values are prioritized and aligned across the church.

…in the seven Transformation Drivers that measure a church’s preparedness for alternative property uses: (1) Mission Clarity, (2) Organizational Capacity, (3) Decision Speed, (4) Partner Mindset, (5) Runway Length, (6) Expense Management (7) Income Diversification. This enables a church to focus on areas to increase its preparedness for new uses of its property.

…in God’s calling for a new church operating model, i.e., “new wine skin,” that will redefine how church property is used. This enables the church to better fulfill its mission to the neighborhood and community by seeking to understand the needs of the community that the church and its property can meet.

…that technology and data used responsibly is a transformative platform to assist churches in the creation of a new operating model centered around their mission, new uses of their property, organizational change, and an outward community-centered mindset. This creates the opportunity for churches to move at a pace necessary to resolve financial challenges that otherwise might lead to closure or an outright sale of property at below market prices.

…when empowered and transformed churches enter into successful relationships with Mission Adjacent Partners the community is energized. This greater impact in the community energizes the community by illustrating that the seemingly impossible is possible through collaboration.