The VBC Board


Andrew Beddoe

In 2010 Andrew joined MTS to explore Christian ministry training in the VET sector. After piloting the MTS Blue Collar Ministry Apprenticeship in Fairfield, Sydney, Andrew became convinced of the need to make this model of training accessible to Christians around the country. This resulted in the establishment of the Vocational Bible College in 2015. Andrew has also been involved in AFES ministry amongst International students at Wollongong University and served as a Pastor at St Barnabas Fairfield and Bossley Park Anglican Church.


Allan Dodd

Allan has been an active member of St Paul’s Carlingford Anglican Church for many years. He is a Fellow of CPA Australia and Justice of the Peace. Prior to his retirement from full time work in 2015, he was a registered Tax Agent, Company Auditor, Self-Managed Superannuation Fund Auditor and External Examiner for the Law Society of New South Wales.


Bruce Bennett

Bruce has spent all but four years of his life in country Australia, in either farming or ministry. He is also a qualified carpenter. After leaving farming Bruce and his young family moved to Sydney to study at Moore College. After college the Bennetts spent nine years ministering in the Armidale diocese. In 2005 he took up the position of senior minister at Orange Evangelical Church where he continues to lead the team.

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Isobel Lin

Isobel is married to Peter and has three teenage daughters. Home is Sydney's southwest where Peter is Bishop of the Georges River Region for the Sydney Anglican Diocese.  She serves as a Chaplain to women at Moore Theological College and is involved with some of her best friends in the ministries of EQUIP women.



Daniel Willis

Daniel served as an Anglican Minister in Sydney from 1987 to 2001.  He was appointed CEO of Bible Society NSW in 2001 and led the organisation through significant change until July 2010.  In 2012 Willis formed Leading Global Impact, an organisation dedicated to leadership development amongst top leaders who are thinking nationally or internationally.  Daniel also served as the International Director of the Lausanne Movement's South Pacific Region for over 10 years coordinating the work in the region's 29 countries.  Since moving to Sydney in 1972 he has had an extensive career both in business and ministry.