David is the Vicar of a busy Parish in Yorkshire. England. He has written books and Bible Notes for BRF for a number of years, and has recently developed Parbar Publishing to bring the work of authors he enjoys to other readers.
David married in 1981 and he has four children. After the unexpected breakup of his marriage in early 1999, he became a lone parent for five years before meeting and marrying Gill.
David's leisure interests are varied - mechanics and tinkering, cabinet making, general building, plastering and plumbing, music, writing and poetry. He has always been of the opinion that all work and no play make the vicar a very dull man indeed.
He was born in Edinburgh in 1954, but grew up in and around London. At the age of eighteen he became a volunteer worker for CMS (Church Missionary Society) before studying Biblical Studies with Greek and Hebrew at Sheffield University. As a graduate, he worked in the service industry before training for ordination at Ridley Hall, Cambridge. Ordained in 1979, David has served in the dioceses of Bristol, Oxford and Wakefield. He has also been a Rural Dean, a Proctor on General Synod and served on a plethora of diocesan councils and committees.
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Collaborative Ministry: What it is, How it Works and Why
This book comprehensively explores the theology and practice of this style of ‘being church’, considering the implications for churches both large and small. A central section provides foundational Bible studies, unpacking the themes of authority, acceptance and covenant, while an appendix of group study material offers help for churches considering a collaborative approach.
Marriage: Restoring Our Vision
This book aims to restore our vision of God’s created purpose for marriage. It allows the Bible to shed light on both our inherited cultural values and our contemporary Christian assumptions. Linking with the vows in the Anglican Marriage Service, it examines biblical principles, challenges current practice and drives the reader back to a truly biblical vision for marriage.
Bertie's Quest for the Perfect Pearl
Bertie Brundle is a very rich man. He has everything anyone could want – but his special passion is his collection of costly pearls, and when he discovers the Lost Pearl of Kullimoor in a junk shop, his life is turned upside down... Bertie’s Quest for the Perfect Pearl is a children’s contemporary story based on the parable: The Pearl of Great Price.
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