C3 college lecturers.

C3 College has over 65 lecturers dedicated to helping people step into the call of God for their lives. Their expertise varies from theology, ministry and leadership to creativity and artistic excellence. Hear a few words from some of our lecturers below.


Pam Borrow

Certificate IV in Training and Assessing, Bachelor of Applied Science, Master of Arts (Biblical Studies), Master of Theology.

Principal.

“One of the great joys of my life is watching people arrive at C3 College one way and then they allow themselves to go on the God adventure and leave a different way.

I personally love the divine surprises. The people who get to third year, the ones who you thought didn’t have a leadership bone in their bodies but emerge as gentle but strong leaders, leading out of a deep knowledge of who their God created them to be and how He has wired them.

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I love watching people, whose faith was based on what their parents or their Youth Leader had told them, freak out in their first few doctrine classes (you should see their faces from where I stand as a lecturer) but gradually discover a robust, Biblical, gutsy faith that will stand them through the joys and challenges of life.

I love being part of a team of exceptional people who constantly cheer on the students to become the stunning, creative, free person they were created to be.

I love the fact that the Holy Spirit moves in our College to challenge every one of us, staff and student, to grow to be more like Jesus every day, so that we may more clearly reflect the image of God, to a world that needs Him.”


Ryan Smith

Certificate IV in Training & Assessing, Diploma of Music from Sydney Conservatorium of Music.

Music Faculty Head.

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“It’s essential to spend time away from the world and get sufficient alone time with God so that your life may be lived out of the overflow of His life.”


Katie Haldane

Master of Theology candidate, Certificate IV in Training & Assessing, Certificate IV in Christian Ministries, Bachelor of Theology.

New Testament Lecturer.

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“There is something set in all of our hearts that desires to live a life of meaning. To live lives that are activated in all God has for us. We don’t just want to be spectators in the game of life but players on the field. When it comes to the Bible we want to be doers of the Word not just readers. The Bible is living and active and empowers us to live our lives activated.

Any pursuit of spending time studying the Bible is not just about reading the Bible but letting it switch things on in you, it activates your calling, it activates the breakthrough, it activates power in you to live in freedom, it activates obedience to live out it’s instructions.

The Bible is a book to be lived in not just read. It’s about a new level of engagement with the Word, releasing the transformation power not just gaining knowledge. Setting aside time to study the Bible will equip and empower you to live an activated life for Christ.”


Mark Kelsey

Bachelor of Social Studies, Diploma of Biblical Studies.

C3 Global Growth Director.

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“Philippians 3:12-14 says, ‘Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.’

God wants us to take a hold of the call and gifting upon our lives so that we are not just observers but participators, not ‘critiquers’ but encouragers.”


Alex Farncomb

Advanced Diploma in Christian Ministry & Theology, Certificate IV in Training & Assessing, Bachelor of Theology candidate.

Academic Dean.

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“I’m committed to seeing people realise the faithfulness of God in their lives. As you follow God’s call, we’ve got your back.”