The Leadership of Langham Partnership New Zealand.

Tony Plews is the Executive Director of LeaDev-Langham, a collaboration between Leadership Development International and the Langham Partnership founded by John Stott. Tony previously taught Theology, Ethics, Church History and Preaching at Laidlaw College, Auckland, New Zealand between 1983 to 2002.  In the course of his work, Tony travels two or three times each year to visit LeaDev-Langham partners to encourage, advise, assist with strategic planning, consult, trouble-shoot, mediate, and to teach and preach as opportunities arise. These visits also enable him to keep current on local social, religious, economic, and political situations in various countries, especially, though not exclusively, in Asia.
Executive Director, M: +64 21 683 393

Sheryl Savill
Administration Manager, T: +64 9 376 5190

John Corban
Finance Manager
Langham Partnership in New Zealand is administered by LeaDev-Langham, an organisation which exists to support the development of Christian leaders.  LeaDev-Langham also administers the work of Overseas Council, another international ministry, in New Zealand.  The one team of Kiwi staff and Trustees simultaneously serve both ministries, and in doing so value the unity that this brings to the New Zealand contribution to global mission.  Read more about LeaDev-Langham here.

The global leadership of Langham Partnership.

WrightChris Wright is the International Ministries Director.

His job is to represent and promote the vision and work of Langham around the world through his international travel and speaking and his writing ministry as a Christian scholar and author, and to share in the spiritual and strategic leadership of the organization. An ordained pastor in the Church of England, Chris spent five years teaching the Old Testament in India, and thirteen years as Academic Dean and then Principal of All Nations Christian College, in England.

 

HuntMark Hunt is the Executive Director.

His job is to provide international executive leadership to the senior team of ministry directors and national executives, and to facilitate the integration and effective operation of all Langham’s work around the world.  Prior to coming to Langham Mark spent nearly 30 years as a publishing executive with Zondervan, during which time he was also a Langham US board member and for several years Chair of the Langham Partnership International Council.

WindsorPaul Windsor is the Director of Langham Preaching.

Paul coordinates an international team of national and regional co-ordinators and trainers who facilitate Langham Preaching movements around the world. A New Zealander who currently lives in Bangalore, India, Paul also teaches homiletics at the South Asia Institute of Advanced Christian Studies (SAIACS). He has served as the Associate Director of Langham Preaching, and has also served as Principal of Carey Baptist College, Auckland, New Zealand. Paul played a key part in establishing Langham in New Zealand in 2007, and currently sustains strong ties with Kiwi supporters of Langham’s ministry.

KassisRiad Kassis is the Director of Langham Scholars.

He is himself a Langham Scholar from Lebanon and is deeply committed to global theological education. Riad has served as Regional Director for the Middle East, North Africa and Eastern Europe for Overseas Council as well as visiting professor of Old Testament at The Arab Baptist Theological Seminary in Lebanon – which is where he lives. Riad combines this Langham appointment with another role, as the Director of ICETE  (the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education).

KwantPieter Kwant is the Director of Langham Literature.

A Dutchman who has lived in South Africa, he has worked for several Christian publishers, including the one he founded himself, Piquant Editions. Pieter oversees the work of the Langham Literature Warehouse and Service Centre in Carlisle, England.

 

 

Mary Evans is Chair of the Langham Partnership International Council.

She is the Acting Academic Dean at the Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology in Addis Ababa and is the author of several books including the BST commentary on 1 and 2 Samuel.

 

For information on Langham staff at national level, select the relevant national partner below.

Australia

New Zealand

United Kingdom & Ireland

Hong Kong

Canada

United States