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Neil Bramble

Neil Bramble is retired from his career as a teacher and staff member of The Gideons International In Canada. He currently works as a freelance writer, editor, and speaker and has taken a special interest in leadership during his career. He lives in South Surrey, British Columbia.

Bio last modified May 12th, 2017.


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The life story of James Innell Packer is the story of a shy, introverted young boy of humble beginnings who became a dominant voice guiding the development of British and North American evangelical Christianity after WWII. 

#122: Leonard Denithorne Crimp

Leonard Crimp was a visible leader, always present. Able to cast vision and to inspire others, he took the long view; he led by example. Through the H. J. Heinz Company his influence was felt across Canada and in several other countries; in The Gideons it was felt around the world.

#108: Peter Foggin

Throughout his life Peter Foggin has been motivated by a deep sense of mission and God’s personal call. He pursued that call in the world of academia, spending his professional life as a university professor in Quebec, providing leadership to his colleagues, in field work projects, and in extensive research. His field of specialization—medical geography—equipped him to develop a mission of compassion to various people groups, which included northern Canada, Haiti, and Thailand, but his primary focus was China, Mongolia, and the Tibetan plateau. In retirement he continues to travel extensively to Asia to carry on his mission. 

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