Phillip Jensen

Bible Teacher and Evangelist

Phillip has been active in ministry since conversion in 1959. From 1970, after education at Moore Theological College, he has been employed in various ministries including working with John Chapman in the Dept. of Evangelism, Chaplain at University of New South Wales for 30 years, Rector of St Matthias Centennial Park and Dean of Sydney at St Andrew’s Cathedral. During this time he was chairman of Katoomba Christian Convention, founded Matthias Media, Ministry Training Strategy, and numerous evangelistic ministries as well as writing several books and undertaking University missions in Australia and overseas. Phillip is the driving force behind the establishment of Two Ways Ministries, with the aim of raising up a new generation of gospel-centred preachers through training ministry workers, and modelling preaching in churches and conferences, both local and international. Phillip is married to Helen, has three adult children and 13 grandchildren. For more information about Phillip go to http://phillipjensen.com/about/



Alison Napier


Alison also went to Moore College, after which she served for 3 years doing city evangelism and training with City Bible Forum, and then at St Andrew’s Cathedral for the next 7 years. She has been involved in short term missions in India with the India Gospel League and assisting with the ministries of Equip Women. She is now working with Campus Bible Study but is joining Two Ways Ministries as one of our consultants. Her experience as an evangelist, speaker, Bible teacher, mentor and trainer is invaluable to our work of raising up the next generation of women evangelists.



Al Stewart


Al Stewart has been involved in gospel ministry for about 30 years. After graduating from Moore College he worked in a variety of different ministry roles in the Sydney Diocese, and throughout those 30 years has been a regular itinerant preacher and evangelist. During that time he has planted and pastored congregations and been director of Anglican Youth Works and Chairman of Katoomba Christian Convention. Al currently works with City Bible Forum in Sydney. He is keen to spend time helping young men become better preachers. Al is married to Cathy, is a grandfather to two and the father of four adult children.



Wendy Swanton

Two Ways Ministries Operations Manager

Wendy left primary teaching to study at Moore College during which time she was a student minister at St Matthias. After college she married Philip Swanton and spent 10 years in Switzerland where her two, now adult, children were born. On returning to Sydney, she worked in a variety of positions in parish ministry and schools work, including teaching Christian Studies and with the Schools Division of the Crusader Union. She has been working with Phillip Jensen since 2008, and now manages most of Two Ways Ministries activities. She is the main contact person for enquiries about what Two Ways Ministries can offer.


Candy Pang

Student Minister with Two Ways Ministries

Candy was brought up in a Buddhist home, but in God’s kindness, she began to follow Jesus in late high school. This pivotal moment in her life has now brought her to train at Moore College with the desire to serve others by asking them this crucial question: will you follow Jesus? Candy is hoping to be involved in overseas mission after college and is currently being trained in evangelism at Two Ways Ministries.



Christine Bransdon

Student Minister with Two Ways Ministries

After hearing the gospel proclaimed faithfully at Campus Bible Study at UNSW, Christine was challenged to think through how to serve God with her whole life. She is now in her second year at Moore College and hopes to teach and train women in south west Sydney when she graduates. She is married to Thom and together they serve at St Barnabas Fairfield and Bossley Park.



Mike Taylor

Student Minister with Two Ways Ministries

Mike, currently in fourth year at Moore College, is married to Pip and they are expecting their first little miracle in January.
Mike came to know Jesus through a random woman telling him about Jesus at a petrol station when he was 18. Faced with the urgency of the last days, the priority and power of the gospel and the reality of hell, Mike is convicted of the great responsibility and privilege he has to proclaim the gospel of grace and to train up others in this task. Mike is currently being trained and equipped for this great task through Two Ways Ministries.



Guangyao Un

Freelance Writer with Two Ways Ministries

Guan is a freelance writer, currently working with the aim of delivering the ideas of Two Ways Ministries through publishing and the written word. He has previously trained at Moore College and lives in Sydney’s inner west. He is married to Mary, is father of two kids, and loves the saints at Erskineville Village Anglican Church.


Office Holders

The Board
Archie Poulos (Chairman)
Richard Chin
Peter Greenwood
Matthew Jensen
Phillip Jensen
Tony Payne

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