Steve and Inger’s Biography
Was born in Portsmouth England, but having a Naval Father meant being raised across the U.K. and the Â world in various ports and bases including Singapore. The Lord Â saved Â me at age 16 by the witness of Jewish believers whilst working in a restaurant (The first time on hearing the gospel). Then through Â God’s supernatural intervention I ended up going to seminary at London Bible College, earning a degree in Theology where I co-led the campus Prayer for Israel group with Jacob Prasch. Ministered then Â in a number of short term projects, including Iceland and various other Scandinavian countries.
Met Inger my Â wife at a missions base in Norway 1992. Two weeks after our marriage we were pastoring amongst the Inuit (Eskimo) people’s in the Â Canadian Arctic. I Spent the next nine years at various mission posting across the Northwest Territories, ending up in the highÂ ArcticÂ close to the Alaskan Border near the North Pole. Â Then after a spell in the Canadian military post 9/11, returned to the pastoral ministry. I left the Anglican ministry due to a series of serious doctrinal and moral Â differences on a range of issues from not accepting infant baptism to my objecting to homosexual ordination. Â Currently we are Â in the Albertan Prairies, where I pastorÂ a Pentecostal church amongst the Northern Canadian Â rural peoples; including the Cree and other Â native groups. Â Inger my Â wife was raised in a Christian Home in Kristiansand, Norway. She Â follows in her father’s footsteps of ministering through music and Christian song.