Gareth is currently the Senior Pastor at Life Church in Bristol. He has been a Software Engineer with IBM, Worship Pastor and involved in song writing and production with New Wine. Gareth has recently completed his MA in Practical Theology with Missio Dei and has a keen interest in Pentecostal Theology and History and the contemporary relevance of Scripture in our post-modern age. As well as being a keen musician Gareth enjoys running and is married to Marianne and has three children.
Bex is an Associate Pastor and elder in a multi-cultural church in East London, where she grew up. Bex has a BA in Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge University, and has taken an MA in Biblical Studies through Missio Dei. She has worked as a senior Executive in the charity sector and, latterly, as a consultant to public sector organisations and an international missions agency. Bex’s research interests lie in Biblical narrative, particularly the gospels, and in mapping the connections within and between the testaments.
Hannah Prosser is a missionary and leadership practitioner with a BA in Theology and an MA in Practical Theology (University of Chester). Her academic research and writing has particularly focused on anthropological and missiological studies of various people groups, contemplation and pastoral care in Pentecostal churches and for missionaries, and leadership issues. She has previously been part of the faculty at Africa School of Missions, training students in both the theory and practice of mission and theology.
Outside of the college, Hannah’s primary ministry is in leadership development and discipleship, working with church leaders, church planters and missionaries around the world. She is a trained coach and uses this alongside mentoring and training skills to do so. She is also the Training & Development Pastor at Hope Church Rotherham, a local hospital chaplain and on the AoG 3D mission team heading up missionary care and training.
Stephen Prosser is a missionary and leadership practitioner with a BA in Theology and an MA in Mission (Bangor University). His academic research and writing has particularly focused on church culture and leadership matters, alongside European studies, with a specific emphasis on soteriological, anthropological and missiological issues. He has previously been part of the faculty at Africa School of Missions, training students in both the theory and practice of mission and theology, and has worked with Potchefstroom (now North-West University) to produce academic resources and courses for BA students. He has also been a marker for Mattersey Hall.
Stephen is also the Associate Pastor at Hope Church Rotherham with oversight of leadership development and mission. He leads Europe for the AoG 3D Mission Team, is a trained coach, and leads many mission trips throughout Europe, running leadership development and local church events for church leaders and church planters.