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New Director of Free Church Training

Graham Beynon is to become Director of Free Church Training at Oak Hill College, beginning in the academic year 2014/15.

Graham is a former student at Oak Hill and is minister of Grace Church in Cambridge. He is also the author of several books, including Planting for the Gospel: a hands-on guide to church planting.

Graham will continue to pastor his church in Cambridge, and this part-time appointment with Oak Hill will help ground Graham’s work with the college in the life of the local church.

Graham will be responsible for directing and developing modules which will train Free Church students for church ministry.

Mike Ovey, Principal of Oak Hill, says: ‘We’re delighted that Graham will be helping us provide the best possible training for our students from independent churches. He will also make sure our culture and community at Oak Hill welcomes free church students and enables them to thrive here.’

Graham says: ‘My time studying at Oak Hill was invaluable for the years of Christian ministry that followed. Not only did I learn to think more clearly about God and his wonderful word, but I was also challenged in my own discipleship through the relationships with other students and staff.

I’m thrilled to be joining the staff team at Oak Hill to focus on the needs and training of free church students. I hope that with God’s help this new position will benefit the next generation of free church ministers.’

 
David Kratt

David Kratt
13 June 2013




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