Founded Charlton and Blackheath Christian Fellowship September 1985; pastor for 5 years. First Missionary trip to
Kenya and East Africa in 1987; to Eastern Europe 1989; to N. Iraq 1991; to America 1995; to Central America 2000;
to The Philippines 2001; to India 2006. to Pakistan and Zimbabwe 2009.
Ministerial License – Tree of Life Ministries 1999, Full Gospel Fellowship of Churches and Ministries International 2002,
Servant’s Heart Ministries 2007 (USA) and Churches in Community 2010 (UK);
Founder Member Greenwich Evangelical Leaders; former Chairman of 'A Child is Born Charitable Trust'.
Board Member: Ark of the Covenant Ministries (USA). Interim pastor for Tree of Life 2007.
Parliamentary Candidate (UKIP) 2001 & 2005; European Director of Souls for Jesus 1999 -2007;
Parliamentary Candidate for Christian Peoples Alliance 2010;
Federal Executive member and Treasurer of Christian Peoples Alliance since 2011;
Chairman of Woodland Christian Trust.
Author of three books: ‘Unity: Wholeness for the Church’. This looks at the biblical foundations of unity and is
a call to churches back from division, jealousy and selfish ambition. 'Are We There Yet?' is a biblical look at
the days in which we live in the light of the Book of Revelation. 'The Word' is a consolidation of the Bible Course
into book form. A fourth book about 'standing firm' in our Christian faith is written but in need of a serious
re-edit before it is published. Plans are also laid for a fifth book taking a biblical look at the creation
account, through the flood to the Tower of Babel.
My ministry has often taken me to those nations where conflict has at times caused other missionaries to pull back.
I have worked in the conflict areas of
Rwanda and Burundi,
Congo and, Sudan. On one trip to
Mindanao in the Philippines I had a contingency of marines to cover my
security and had a body guard in the militant Hindu areas of
have all produced situations of insecurity from time to time.
I recently prepared a PowerPoint Presentation
based on the Lord’s teaching on prayer. This is based on what most know as The Lords' Prayer but that I prefer to call The Disciples' Prayer.