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Faculty of Divinity


First year PhD student in New Testament/Early Christianity.

MA in New Testament — Denver Seminary (2022).

My research focuses on the role meal fellowship and the food motif played in the early church in the book of Acts. I am interested in gaining insight into the remarkable growth of the early church through a sociological and anthropological lens to see how the earliest Christians forged relationships and their collective self-identity. 

My interest in this topic comes from serving as the founder and pastor of a dinner church and non-profit organisation in inner city Denver (Colorado, USA) for over a decade. We found that eating together was a powerful way to cut through sociological barriers as anyone from the homeless to the wealthy gathered around tables to enjoy a meal and remember Jesus. This led me to become curious about the practical, everyday dynamics happening among the first Christians as they sought to live out their faith within the Roman Empire. 


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