Justin Bradbury, B.A., B.Th., (Booth University College) M.T.S. (Wycliffe College/University of Toronto)
'Diaspora Missiology and the Church in Canada: Lessons from John Wesley's Theology of Mission' (NTC)
Justin is a church planter with the Wesleyan Church, and has served in pastoral ministry for 18 years. He recently established an immigrant support ministry in Winnipeg, Canada, out of which a new congregation has emerged. Justin is researching Wesley's concept of mission as it emerges from the theology of the means of grace. He seeks to apply this theology as a way to minister effectively among the growing diaspora populations found in Canada. Justin is married with 3 children.
Justin is a Sessional Lecturer in Missiology at Providence University College (Otterburne, MB), and provides academic support in the Arrow Leadership Program (Abbotsford, BC).