Originally from Ethiopia but nowadays based in London, Caleb Mathewos is now very pleased to be studying online with All Nations for a Masters degree in Transformational Leadership, validated by The Open University.

Caleb has been involved in church planting for around eight years in the UK capital, using the premises of the Anglican church Saint Mary Newington on Kennington Park Road - where the priest-in-charge is Canon Dr Giles Fraser, the well-known ‘Guardian’ and BBC journalist and broadcaster.

‘I believe that good leadership is vital for church growth,’ says Caleb. ‘I really appreciate the fact that my fellow All Nations students come from such a wide variety of different cultures. This is particularly relevant for me personally, because my vision for the future is one of planting multicultural churches – and one of raising up a group of new leaders.

 

‘I have known about All Nations for a long time before beginning my studies for the MA. I would like to say that I am particularly grateful to the Leader of the All Nations Postgraduate Programme Dr Mark Galpin for his teaching on leadership - it is possible that in future Mark will act as a kind of mentor for me. I am also very thankful for the assistance of Dr Kate Wiseman, the All Nations Head of Learning Services, who helps with study and research methods – I am very grateful for all of Kate’s help as well!’

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