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AFTER DINNER MINTS [12:30-1pm; after lunch in the dining room] Purpose: to provide the opportunity to listen and interact with effective pastors, mission and marketplace leaders, and ripe saints as they tell their personal stories in leadership and mission with transparency 17 July Lyn Campbell has wide experience in working with children, young people, intergenerational groups and families. She has worked as Commissioner for the NZ Families Commission, has been Children’s Advocate for Christchurch City Council, has met with mayors and policy leaders around the world, was Director of Alpha Educational Institute, Deputy Principal of Middleton Grange School, a National Board member of Parents Centre NZ, and has been a member of Baptist Assembly Council. She is currently oversees the Baptist Union’s Community Ministries. 24 July Viv Greg is Assoc Prof of Urban Leadership, Azusa Pacific University, California. He is a very simple Kiwi; for 35 years he has wandered behind Jesus in the underside of megalopolises, pioneering movements of churches among the urban poor, catalyzing development works, advocacy for land rights, establishing training for thousands of urban leaders, creating new urban theologies. Viv has authored a number of books including Companion to the Poor,and The Spirit of Christ and the Postmodern City. 31 July Mark Johnston is the Auckland Coordinator of the Knox College Centre for Leadership Training. He is an accredited Secondary School teacher who served for five years in student ministry with Tertiary Students Christian Fellowship before being ordained in the Presbyterian Church. He served at Wadestown Presbyterian Church in Wellington before leaving for the U.K. to work with the Church of Scotland in a church planting and community ministry role in Aberdeen. He has been instrumental in exploring and pioneering new patterns of worship and community, and latterly community ministry.
7 August Gary Mauga is a graduate of Carey Baptist College and is currently a Ministry Intern for PCANZ as he works towards becoming an ordained Presbyterian Minister. He is Samoan, born and raised in South Auckland and part of Tamaki Pacific Islander’s Presbyterian Church, Glen Innes. Married to Suliana Mauga, he loves music, singing, basketball, laughter, eating, fellowship, fun, taking risks, mountain climbing (never), and JESUS! His passion is to live a life that points people to God! 14 August Mark Powell is the CEO of The Warehouse, and a recent pastoral leadership graduate from Carey! Originally from Wales, Mark is married with two daughters. He has held a number of management roles in the UK, Canada and Spain, including responsibility for Wal-Mart Canada’s logistics operations. Mark has a Master’s degrees in Logistics (from Cranfield) and Business (an MBA with distinction, from Cardiff). He has also attended strategic leadership courses at Harvard and INSEAD. In his spare time Mark is part of the leadership team at Whangaparaoa Baptist Church. 21 August Sue Croad is a graduate of Carey with over twenty five years experience in pastoral care in mostly lower socio economic areas, and until quite recently has been assistant pastor at Eastgate Christian Centre. She has been a prison volunteer for thirteen years and joined the Prison Fellowship staff a year ago. Sue is passionate about lives being transformed through Christ, restorative justice, and the Bible. She has a deep interest in prisioner reintegration, and where and how the wider body of Christ can fit into this. Sue has three adult children and two grandchildren.
18 September Sam Kilpatrick has been involved in various Baptist Churches over the years and has a deep love for the local church. He was Associate Pastor (Youth/Young Adults) at Manurewa Baptist in South Auckland and has worked as Youth Pastor at Eastview Baptist. Sam has a real passion for the discipleship of young people through both taught and experienced situations and is particularly keen on seeing young adults better integrate their faith and life choices. Sam is a Pastoral Leadership graduate from Carey, recently finished a Grad Dip in Business at AUT, and is currently working on his Masters of Theology. Sam is married to Laura and they have two young sons. 25 September Bruce Pilbrow is CEO of Parents Inc, and a Carey Board member! A passionate proponent of leadership, Bruce believes leaders must inspire their team to be the absolute best at what they do. With 15 years in marketing, sales and business management under his belt, he sought the opportunity to apply his skills in the not for profit sector. As the CEO and Director of Parents Inc, the organisation has moved from reaching 180000 people per annum to more than 420000. 2 October Andrew Thompson teaches at the University of Auckland and is a social worker and therapist with the Consult Liaison Psychiatry Team at Starship. His work involves consulting with children, their families and staff across the hospital on issues relating to trauma adjustment, coping and adapting to treatment, and grief. Andrew was a founding member of the Paediatric Palliative Care team and established the first Bereavement Service at Starship and continues to provide education and training in these fields of practice. Andrew has over 30 years of social care experience with children and families and is a Trustee of the Auckland Grief Centre. He has recently published “Beyond Words: grieving when your child has died” with Tricia Irving from Skylight. 9 October Denise Krum is Co-founder & Director of TableSide Charitable Trust, an innovative community service project network. She was awarded the 2011 New Zealander of the Year Local Hero Medal (Auckland Region) for her efforts in various communities. Denise is also a
Deputy Regional Chair (Auckland) for the National party, and serves on various boards including Parents Inc., The Halogen Foundation (a youth leadership organisation training 13,000 students each year), and Ellerslie School as Vice Chair. Denise is married to our very own Brian Krum, and they have two daughters. 16 October Ian McInnes is World Vision New Zealand’s Humanitarian Emergency Affairs Manager. Ian manages funding for disaster response and risk reduction programmes across the World Vision network on behalf of the NZ office. Prior to working for World Vision Ian led disaster response activities for the charities TEAR Fund and World Concern in the Haiti earthquake in 2010, Myanmar/Burma cyclone in 2008 and in Sri Lanka following the Asian Tsunami in 2004 and again following a civil war that remerged in 2008. Before training in international development and disaster management Ian worked as a manager and educator in the outdoor pursuits industry in New Zealand and in the United Kingdom. Ian has an MSC in the Management of International Development and an MBA. 23 October Bryce Staveley is passionate about taking the gospel to his local community. To do this he established a low-cost gym in Glenfield, to proactively help people who struggle financially. He notes, “It is not just focused on fitness but also finance, faith and friendship”. Bryce will share with us his inspiring story of what being a radical disciple of Jesus has meant for him.