Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. 
To him be the glory both now and forever. Amen. 
(II Peter 3:18)

General Inquiries & feedback: 
info@klesis.com.au

Klesis Institute is a division of CommAsia Australia Pty Ltd. 
ACN 097 136 171  ABN 53 702 023 60

Klesis Institute
P.O. Box 700, Glen Waverley
Victoria 3150, Australia

Our People

Our People

Jenny Ancell is managing editor of InterSections and a social worker by profession. Passionate about her faith, Jenny has been a Christian since her early years in Brisbane and Sydney.  She combines extensive knowledge of Churches of Christ in Australia with a deep desire to see Christians communicating more frequently with one another. Jenny is married to Marvin Ancell and they have ministered to churches in Victoria and NSW. They are members of the Coffs Coast Church of Christ in Coffs Harbour, NSW.

Brett Christensen iis a municipal prosecutor with the Greater Dandenong Council in Victoria.  Married to Lesley, they have three children. Brett and Lesley are part of the South East Church which meets in Endeavour Hills in suburban Melbourne.  Brett graduated from Macquarie School of Biblical Studies in Sydney and has experience with fulltime ministry in Victoria.

Heather Cox is manager/designer at Gekko Graphics, Coffs Harbour. A talented graphics designer, Heather worked in both Melbourne and Sydney with many advertising agencies and audio-visual companies as an art director/designer. She is part of the Coffs Coast Church of Christ in Coffs Harbour and is a passionate Bible school teacher. She has created several church websites in Australia.

Dale Hartman is a minister and an elder at the Eastside Church of Christ, Midwest City, Oklahoma. A former missionary for 12 years in Sydney, Dale and his wife, Sheila, continue to visit Australia regularly, teaching and exhorting Christians across the country. Dale's a graduate of Oklahoma Christian College and obtained his MTh, MAR and DMin from Harding School of Theology. He also has an MA in ancient history from Macquarie University. Dale's a member of the advisory board of InterSections magazine.

Nathan Holyoak is an associate editor of InterSections magazine. He is a member of The Point Church in Brisbane and enjoys writing and reflecting about God's Word. Nathan works as an architectural draughtsman specialising in education and healthcare projects.

 

Andrew Johnson is the Principal of Redlands College, a Church of Christ affiliated school in Brisbane and has 19 years of experience in Christian schooling. Andrew is married to Danielle and they have three children: Laura, Harry, and William. Their family fellowship with Holland Park Church of Christ in Brisbane and Andrew is a member of the church's team of Shepherds. Andrew has a Doctor of Ministry from Lipscomb University.

Allan McNicol is professor emeritus at Austin Graduate School of Theology in Austin, Texas. A Queenslander and Australian citizen, he and his wife, Patricia, are part of the Brentwood Oaks Church of Christ in Austin. Allan graduated from Abilene Christian College and Yale University and has a PhD in New Testament studies from Vanderbilt University. He's a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas. Allan’s is also on the advisory board of InterSections magazine.

Barrie Morgan is a retired electrical distribution designer in Hobart, Tasmania. Married to Joanne and with four adult sons, Barrie is active with the Eastern Shore Church in Hobart where he teaches and preaches regularly. Earlier in his Christian life, he undertook a year of intensive Bible study at Macquarie School of Biblical Studies and he's now keen to help others study God's Word.  

Joanne Morgan is a retired marine trimmer and is now heavily involved in community voluntary work based in Hobart, Tasmania. Together with husband Barrie, they're part of the Eastern Shore Church in Hobart where Jo's an active member of the congregation.

David Mowday is an elder with the Gosford Church of Christ in Gosford, NSW, where he also ministered for seven years in the early 1990s. He and his wife, Joy, have three children and seven grandchildren. David also serves as a director of the Australian Church of Christ Evangelistic Trust (ACCET) and currently works as a business manager for the NSW Department of Premier & Cabinet. David is a member of the advisory board of InterSections magazine.

Alan Rowley  is principal consultant to Klesis. Alan is a Director of Burlington  Group Pty Ltd – a firm that specialises in Leadership Development, Change Management and Instructional Design. He has a degree in business studies and a graduate diploma in adult education. Alan and his wife Debby are active members the Belmore Road Church of Christ in Melbourne.

Debby King-Rowley is a director and founder of Burlington Group Pty Ltd and facilitates leadership and change management programs for a number of universities and global companies. Debby is a graduate of David Lipscomb College and has a PhD in Instructional Design from Florida State University. Debby and her husband Alan are active members of the Belmore Road Church of Christ in Melbourne.

Benny Tabalujan is director of Klesis and editor of InterSections magazine. A former lawyer, he gained a PhD in law from the University of Melbourne where he continues to be a visiting faculty. Benny serves as an elder with Belmore Road Church of Christ and has completed a Graduate Diploma in Divinity from the Australian College of Theology. Benny's married to Pauline and they have four children.

Pauline Tabalujan is married to Benny and they have four children. Originally from Singapore, Pauline studied economics at National University of Singapore and has worked in banking and government. She spent most of her formative Christian years serving in children’s ministry. She’s passionate about Christian service and currently leads the women's ministry at Belmore Road Church of Christ in Melbourne.

"I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.
John 15:5