Married to Clare, attending St Alban’s MBM, Rooty Hill. I’m best suited to ministering to people from similar backgrounds. I met the Lord Jesus in 2009 at age 24 as a self employed electrician, and God immediately shifted my ambition for myself to that of glorifying Jesus.
As Michelle begins a second year of MTS at the Uni of NSW, David is excited to dig deeper into the scriptures at College. Moving to Parramatta has been a homecoming and we are thankful for family at MooreWest and St John’s.
After spending most of my life in country NSW (most recently Dubbo), I’ve moved to Sydney this year to be further equipped to serve the God of every place in whatever places he may take me to in future.
I’m married to Ben, who is also studying at Moore. We’ve just moved from Newcastle this year and go to St Matt’s in Ashbury. Decision-making time is a while off yet, but at the moment we are hoping to move overseas somewhere and help train local pastors in a bible college.
I’m Dale and I live in Terrigal in house of 5 blokes. I attend and serve at EV Church in the kids ministry and love the kids and the work that’s happening.
Left Eastwood this year to worship with the brothers and sisters in Manly. Loving the coffee and culture of King St and the College lifestyle. Striving to glorify God in all I do.
I attend St James Turramura, where I am involved in the youth group and the 6pm congregation. I am passionate about seeing the gospel go out to the nations. After college I plan to do some Chaplaincy work in schools.
Going by the alias of “Townsy”, Brendan (and his wife, Kat) are in the Dip. Band Missions course. When he isn’t cramming for an exam you’ll find him hanging out with the young and young at heart from St. Cuthberts, South Carlton or in the surf at Cronulla.
THOMAS YI-YU CHEN
Brendan (my husband) and I are both studying the Diploma of Bible and Missions. Please pray as we consider further study and how we can best serve God, in whatever context we find ourselves. Thank you!
Having involved in student ministry for 2 years, I am now pursuing further training in God’s Word at Moore in order to serve his people better in the future; particularly in mind are those with a Mandarin speaking background.
Coming from a non-Christian family and growing up against religions, God is merciful to give me faith and called me into ministry of preaching and witnessing Jesus to both Chinese and English speaking people alike.
Tom grew up in Wagga then moved to Canberra to study music at uni and do MTS. He is now a student minister at St John’s Asquith leading the youth ministry and lives in Chappo House Newtown.
8 building foundations
The annual magazine published by the students at Moore Theological College. You can download a PDF copy at moore.edu.au/moore-college-public...