Timon graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with a master’s in theology in 2006. He served as an associate pastor in Perth for four years before becoming the Senior Pastor of Oakden Baptist Church in Adelaide.
Timon spearheaded the establishment of the City Reach Family of Churches and worked as its director, promoting church planting. He also served as a state advisor for Overseas Christian Fellowship and taught at the Barnabus School of Leadership in Nepal. After leaving City Reach in 2021, he briefly served as the Leadership Development Manager at Queensland Baptists before becoming the state director for the Christian Community Churches of Queensland in 2023.
He enjoys rugby league, chess and spending time with his wife and kids. He has a passion to see every Christian become a disciple maker and to see churches plant other churches. He has been married to his wife Tegan for 29 years and they have five daughters, one Son in law and one grandson.
Born in Queensland, Australia and raised as the son of a minister, Peter worked as a teacher and principal of Crossway College and pastor of Muller Community Church and is a return speaker to QTKC. Peter loves the opportunity to share God’s Word with His People.
Peter with his wife and daughters, moved to the U.S. in 1982, to continue theological studies. In 1985, he traveled to Eastern Europe to meet with Christians who were persecuted under Communism in Russia and various other former Soviet Union countries. This experience solidified his call to minister to the spiritual and physical needs of the people in Eastern Europe – a ministry focused for many years on Moldova, the poorest of the nations in that region of the world and today on Balkan nations, such as Macedonia and Serbia.
Peter and his late wife, Margo have four daughters and fifteen grandchildren.