Whitley Graduates taking up new roles
Mark Yettica Paulson has been appointed as Joint Campaign Director for Recognise, an orginasation committed to the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia's constitution. Mark is an Indigenous man from the South East Queensland and North East NSW regions. Mark completed his Bachelor of Theology at Whitley, graduating in March 2016.
Angela Sawyer is a Whitley student completing her PhD research on Isaiah 40-55 in the context of 'Post-Church' Australia under the supervision of Mark Brett and Meryl Blair. Angela has been appointed as Lecturer in Old Testament and Dean of Students at Stirling Theological College.
Rev Dr Christopher Turner has been appointed as Lecturer in Pastoral Theology and Spiritual Care at Stirling. Chris was a Whitley research graduate in 2016 with a Doctor of Theology from the University of Divinity in the area of Theology and Australian Culture. An ordained Baptist Minister, Chris has served most recently as a Chaplain with Baptcare, and prior to that in pastoral leadership in Baptist Churches in Victoria and the ACT.
Whitley is proud of the work of all its students, and pray God's blessing upon the work of these three graduates.