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CERC Camp 2018: Relationships

30 Aug - 2 Sep 2018    Residence Inn, Cherating


Relationships

Speaker: Rev. Phillip Jensen

Rev. Phillip Jensen is the former Dean of St. Andrew’s Cathedral Sydney and has significantly contributed to the growth of faithful ministry for over 40 years. Having completed his formal theological training at Moore Theological College, he served at St. Matthew’s Manly and later as Rector of St. Matthias Centennial Park.

An outspoken leader, Bible teacher and evangelist, Phillip is known for his expository teaching of Scripture and practical ministry skills. In 1979 he developed the Ministry Training Strategy (MTS) programme, coaching hundreds of men and women to prepare them for a lifetime of service to Christ. He also served as Director of Ministry Training and Development for the Sydney diocese, training ministers and planting churches across the country.

A catalyst for student ministry, Phillip was chaplain of the University of New South Wales for 30 years- during which he set up Campus Bible Study to train university students to teach the Bible as well as the annual Mid Year Conference, a week-long theological training intensive. He also founded publishing house Matthias Media, and authored books such as “By God’s Word”, the gospel tract “Two Ways to Live” and evangelical magazine “The Briefing”.

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The effects of Phillip’s ministry are far-reaching and contributed to the work of Christ Evangelical Reformed Church (CERC). CERC’s founding elder Robin Gan was trained in MTS before entering seminary, and based MTS as a model in developing our Church Ministers’ Apprenticeship programme.

Phillip currently resides in Sydney and remains active in ministry efforts. He is married to Helen with 3 children and 13 grandchildren.


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