Peter Marchand is the founder and Director. He graduated from Emmanuel College, Cambridge University with a Masters Degree in Theology and became a Religious Studies teacher for 12 years. After 3 further years as a missionary in Cairo, Egypt, together with his wife, Gillian, he returned to the UK in 1986 and pastored Beulah Christian Fellowship, Gillingham, Kent, England. He resigned at the end of 2002 to concentrate entirely on the work of Inn Christian Ministries.
At the beginning of 2006 he opened a new church in Gillingham, Kent, together with two Ugandan pastors who joined him for the initial stages. The Victory Outreach International Church England (The VOICE) caters especially for the influx of students from overseas, currently studying on the Universities at Medway campus - http://www.voice-uk.org.uk/.
Peter also works with numerous fast-growing networks of indigenous new churches in Uganda, at their invitation for apostolic oversight. He also provides apostolic preaching and teaching in India, working by invitation in conjunction with India Village Ministries.
Peter and Gillian have three sons, George, William and James, and they live in Gillingham, Kent, England.
Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke:
"Peter Marchand is a man of integrity and well-known to our ministry.
We appreciate his vision for the United Kingdom."
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