NETS Teachers | Ellel Ministries UK
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NETS: Life Transforming Ministry Training

NETS - The Teachers

NETS is taught by a variety of teachers from different countries, backgrounds and ministries. Every NETS is slightly different because we have to work around the busy timetables of some of our guest speakers! The majority of teaching on NETS is brought by those who are involved with Ellel Ministries across the world, but we are also delighted to be constantly enriching NETS by welcoming guest speakers such as:

Alistair Petrie (Partnership Ministries), George Otis Jr. (Sentinel Group), J Lee Grady (The Mordecai Project), George Verwer (Operation Mobilisation), Jan Ransom (Flame International), Ken Symington (Christian Restoration in Ireland) and many more.

The highly experienced Ellel Ministries teaching team for this programme will include*:

  • Peter Horrobin (sample)
    The founder and international director of Ellel Ministries, author
  • Fiona Horrobin
    Executive leadership of Ellel Ministries
  • Paul Watson (sample)
    Centre Director of Ellel Pierrepont
  • Diane Watson (sample)
    Deputy Centre Director of Ellel Pierrepont
  • Jill Southern-Jones (sample)
    Executive leadership of Ellel Ministries & author
  • Ken Symington (sample)
    Christian Restoration in Ireland
  • Jilly Lyon-Taylor (sample)
    Ellel Pierrepont leadership team
  • Gary Gallager (sample)
    Ellel Pierrepont leadership team
  • Angela Hardy (sample)
    Ellel Ministries team
  • Morna Gillespie (sample)
    Ellel Pierrepont leadership team
  • Jen Perdriau (sample)
    Ellel Pierrepont leadership team
  • Denise Cross
    Executive leadership of Ellel Ministries & author
  • Julie Smith
    Author & Associate teacher

* Due to speaker’s schedules and unforeseen circumstances, it is not always possible to guarantee that every teacher on this list will teach on the particular NETS that you attend but there is a high possibility.

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