Originally a civil engineer, trained at Nottingham University, I balanced an early engineering career with a Pentecostal training course and a vocational call which focussed upon Christian mission, scripture study, prayer and writing. I later started a desktop publishing and printing business, which among other things, assisted continued to facilitate my vocational work.
In 2000, I visited Kenya, to present a series of teaching to the church of a Kenyan pastor, a friend with whom I had shared missionary training a decade before. The teaching was well received and I subsequently developed it into a ‘mobile academy of mission’, which I have taught regularly within West African over the past seven years.
During the same period, I undertook by distance learning a master of philosophy degree in Intercultural Studies. This led in turn to my undertaking a DMiss course with Fuller School of Intercultural Studies, in California. My research project is critically focussed upon the development of a discipleship curriculum, in relationship with West African missional leaders.
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