Peter Jensen, has been Principal of Moore College in Sydney and also Anglican Archbishop of Sydney. He retired from the latter role in 2013, but until this year continued to be General Secretary of a world-wide Anglican movement called Gafcon, set up to defend and proclaim the gospel, especially in areas where the churches have become compromised. He also lectures in various theological colleges and speaks in churches and conventions around Australia. He is the husband of Christine and they have 5 children and 25 grandchildren.
Peter Francis is Principal of Malyon College and lectures in the areas of Missions, Old Testament and Pastoral Studies. Peter is married to Wendy who is the Director of the Centre for Human Dignity. Together they have three married children and ten grandchildren. After a 10-year career as a high school teacher, Peter entered into Pastoral ministry at Cleveland Baptist, having earned his Master of Divinity through Trinity Theological College (USA). Over a period of 22 years Peter pastored at Cleveland Baptist, Beenleigh Baptist and the City Tabernacle Baptist Church, as well as being involved in numerous short-term missions in places such as PNG, Bangladesh, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Solomon Islands, South America and Belarus. He has also given two years’ service as a Regional Consultant with Queensland Baptists and has served on various mission boards such as the Far East Broadcasting Company and Global Interaction. Peter has been on the full-time faculty of Malyon College since 2011. His theological studies include a Master of Divinity, a Graduate in Theology, a Master of Arts in Theology and a Doctor of Ministry in which he explored factors impacting the missional rejuvenation of inner city churches.
Wendy Francis is the Director of the Centre for Human Dignity in Australia, an initiative of the Australian Christian Lobby. She is a recognised Australian spokesperson for the rights of women and children and an effective campaigner against sexual exploitation in all its forms. Wendy’s professional experience includes managerial positions at Griffith University and Queensland Baptists. In 2010 Wendy commenced a movement "Outdoor Advertising Should Be G Rated", contributing to various inquiries and to laws being introduced to stop offensive messaging on Australian roads. Wendy is a Director and Board Member of Samaritans Purse Australia, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association Australia, and Vision Media Australia. Wendy has travelled to countries such as Vietnam, Thailand, Bangladesh and Cambodia where she has seen firsthand, projects that rescue women and children from sex slavery, and provide literacy projects amongst rural women. She has been married to her husband Peter for 39 years. They have 3 married children and 10 grandchildren.