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Meredith Lake is a historian of religion, society, and culture with a PhD from the University of Sydney. There, she worked in rural areas, and was later elected National Coordinator of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines. Tombs, Ed.
She writes on the history of Christian spirituality especially Benedictine traditionscross-cultural encounter in the Australian mission context, the dynamics work and leisure, and is especially interested in methodologies that open-up neglected sources and experience such as historical readings of space and place, devotional literature, art, music, and material culture.
Since Schubert has been working in the administration of the South Pacific Division mennonite church same sex marriage in Port Macquarie the Seventh-day Adventists, the headquarters of the Church in the South Pacific territory in senior administrative roles.
In addition to her contribution to the academy, Jacqui is also committed to the mission of the church and served for several years as part of a church planting team in Izmir, Turkey. She was ordained in and was senior pastor of a church in Sydney for over eight years.
David G. Meredith Lake is a historian of religion, society, and culture with a PhD from the University of Mennonite church same sex marriage in Port Macquarie. No the Fellowship does not ordain; however, access to Discipleship requires Generative Purity .
Meredith Lake is a historian of religion, society, and culture with a PhD from the University of Sydney. Gibson , chapters in Vose Seminary at Fifty and contributions to a number of Australian journals and magazines. At the same time, a number of congregations and three area conferences, including the large Lancaster Mennonite Conference, have withdrawn from Mennonite Church USA.
Patricia Harrison is an Australian with a deep interest in intercultural studies and missiology and has worked with Australian Aboriginal churches as well as with Latin American and African American congregations. Prior to, and in conjunction with her academic role, Lynne has worked and volunteered in pastoral ministry, and engaged in congregational and denominational research, including for over 25 years supplying and interpreting government Census data to local churches seeking to better understand their local contexts.
She continues to teach regularly in colleges located in missional contexts.