CREDO 2017

Gary Millar

Gary and Fiona live in the leafy Brisbane suburb of Ashgrove with their three funfilled girls Lucy (14) Sophie (13) and Rebekah (9). They spent 18 years planting and revitalising churches in Dublin, before Gary was appointed Principal of Queensland Theological College in 2012.

Gary is passionately committed to preaching Jesus from every part of the Bible, and helping others to do the same.

Thom Bull

Thom is grateful to be able to serve Jesus as a husband to Mary Jane, a dad to Nicholas, Lucy and Timothy, and a pastor to Ellenbrook Anglican Church. He enjoys singing with his family, learning from the great Christian teachers of the past, and seeing the hills outside his kitchen window turn from yellow to green just before winter starts.


CREDO 2016


Mikey is the Campus Director of the University Fellowship of Christians, University of Tasmania, Hobart. Mikey is a leader of The Vision 100 Network (Tasmania) and Geneva Push (National) - both church planting networks, He is also the network coordinator of MTS Tasmania and a chaplain at Jane Franklin Hall.

Mikey's ministry has focused on preaching to unchurched uni students and graduates. He is also passionate about identifying and developing future Christian leaders. Mikey is married to Nikki and has three children. He loves cooking, fishing, reading and has recently taken up rollerblading again.


Steve is approaching an age which would be a more than useful Test batting average.  He is a pastor of Providence Church in WA, is married to Jill and together they have two children, Sophie and Declan.  Steve grew up in Northern Ireland, but apart from rolling his “r’s”, and talking too fast, is a West Aussie through and through. He has degrees in journalism and theology and enjoys combining the two through writing and blogging, especially on matters of church planting and cultural negotiation for Christians in the increasingly complex West.   


CREDO 2015 Talks

At CREDO 2015 Sam Allberry gave three talks on the Trinity and Allan Chapple gave three talks on the Psalms.

Sam Allberry

Sam is the Associate Minister at St Mary’s Church in Maidenhead, just outside London in the UK, and is the author of books on the resurrection and the Trinity and most recently “Is God Anti-Gay?” In his spare time he enjoys American history and Thai food. 




Allan Chapple

Allan teaches at Trinity Theological College here in Perth. Prior to this he has served as a pastor in WA and the UK, taught at a theological college in Malaysia, and been an AFES staffworker. He has been married to Allison for forty years, and has three children and two grandchildren. Apart from his family, his great love is better equipping himself to teach the New Testament to his students. He also delights in the music of Handel, Mozart, and Berlioz. 


John Lennox: Why I am a Christian

On the 20th August 2014, Professor John Lennox explained "Why I am a Christian" at Riverview Church.

Professor John Lennox Talk and Q&A on "Why I am a Christian"

Dan Conway's performance and testimony

If you would like to download the talk and Q&A from Professor John Lennox on the night please click on the links below:

John Lennox: Why I am Christian

John Lennox Q&A

John Lennox: Cosmic Chemistry

On the 18th August 2014, Professor John Lennox spoke on Cosmic Chemistry on the question if Science and God mixed. This event was run by City Bible Forum at the Perth Concert Hall.

For more information about the City Bible Forum please click here

CREDO 2014 Talks

At CREDO 2014 Rory Shiner and Duane Olivier each gave a three talk sermon series on the Gospel.

Rory Shiner

Rory was born in Albany. He studied English and Anthropology at UWA and theology at Moore College. He is currently on the staff of St Matthew's where he pastors City Church and Unichurch International. He is married to Susan and they have four sons. His first book, One Forever, was published in 2013.


Duane Olivier

Duane is married to Naomi and they have three children; Calvin, Kayleigh and Charis. Duane used to work as a lawyer for several years but decided to enter into gospel ministry and is currently on staff at Kingsley Community Church. Duane’s favourite pastimes are in the ocean where he will surf, dive, boat, kite surf, spearfish, lifesave, paddle or sail.