|BENGALURU PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN BENGALURU, KARNATAKA
FEBRUARY 8-10, 2011
|Todd Kelly plays a major role in the teaching and management of the TNT programs at Leadership Resources International, an organization set to encouraging and equipping pastors worldwide through conferences and workshops. He received formal training from Moody Bible Institute, University of Michigan and Westminster Theological Seminary, and was mentored by his father throughout. He has served churches in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois.
Don Bosco Provincial House
P.B. No. 551. Milton Street
Cooke Town, Bengaluru 560005
Phone: (080) 2549-4759
Brochure [pdf, 157kb]
|Paul Billy Arnold serves as the pastor of Bangalore Presbyterian Church. He received a Master of Divinity from Covenant Theological Seminary at St. Louis. Through the Presbyterian Church Planting Network of India (Presbyterian Mission International) he oversees training, facilitation and mentoring of church planters. As the president of Rock Bible Centre he directs the ministry of teaching the Word, provides an excellent campus for Christian groups to conduct conferences and retreats on India’s southwest seashore, and serves the disadvantaged of India through disaster relief and children’s homes.
|Alan Ginn serves as a Regional Director with Leadership Resources International, working with pastors primarily in East Asia. Alan earned a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary and a DMin from Talbot School of Theology while serving as a pastor at Chinese Grace Bible Church in Sacramento, California for nearly 30 years. Since joining with LRI, Alan has made trips to train pastors in China, Indonesia, Nepal, and Vietnam. He also serves as a visiting teacher at Simpson University's extension site in Sacramento, Nepal Ebenezer Bible College in Kathmandu, and Biblical Seminary of the Philippines in Manila.
|Robert Kinney is the Director of Ministries of the Charles Simeon Trust, where he began working in 2005. In this role, Robert is responsible for overseeing the training initiatives and also frequently collaborates with David Helm on ministry projects. Robert earned a BA in Early Christian Literature at the University of Chicago and a master's in Communications from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is also presently working on a PhD in New Testament at the University of Bristol. Prior to his work with the Charles Simeon Trust, Robert served as a pastoral intern at Holy Trinity Church in Chicago.