Dr. L. Greg Williams

Dr. L. Greg Williams

Greg spent fifteen years working in pastoral ministry, another ten years in para-church youth ministry with Youth for Christ. He has worked with Grace Communion International’s Church Administration and Development since 2009 in various roles and is presently serving as the Director of CAD-USA. Greg has a Doctorate of Ministry from Drew University where the focus of his degree was on church and community growth. Greg is married to Susan who serves as Registrar for Grace Communion Seminary. They have three sons, two daughter in laws, and one granddaughter.

John McLean

ACCM Director - John McLean

John McLean (BA, MBA, MAITD) is Director of ACCM Diploma Program. He has served for more than 20 years in pastoral ministry and is currently National Director of the Grace Communion International in Australia.

John is also a leadership and team development trainer with Pacific Training & Development and the Australasian Centre for Leadership Studies.

An accredited Situational Leadership ® trainer with Dr Paul Hersey’s Centre for Leadership Studies, John is also an accredited Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI ®) administrator. He holds a Master of Business Administration (Human Resource Management) degree from Griffith University.

Over the past five years John has delivered MBTI ® and Situational Leadership ® training to individuals and teams in universities, schools, community organisations, national corporations, and state government departments. He has a special interest in mentoring and team development, and also presents community seminars on family dynamics.

John is a member of the Australian Institute of Management, the Australian Institute of Training and Development, and the Human Resources Institute of Australia.


Phillip Hopwood

Phillip is pastor of the three congregations of the Grace Communion International in Tasmania, the southern island state of Australia. He has been a church member since 1972, graduated from Ambassador College BA program, majoring in theology with highest distinction, in 1983. He has undertaken a variety of studies since, including Regent College classes in Biblical Interpretation, and a number of classes at the Tasmanian College of Ministry, including Old Testament Theology, as well as completing Certificate IV in Assessment Vocational and Workplace Training at TAFE in Hobart. Besides part time pastoring, he assists with ACCM classes by giving feedback and grading student assessments, runs a small computer business, and teaches a variety of courses at the Tasmanian Education Department's Adult Education division. He enjoys computers, reading historical novels, trout fishing, photography and travel.

Phillip has a passion for preaching God's word to his people. He been involved in speaking clubs and preaching classes for 35 years. He has been serving as pastor for nearly 25 years in Canada and Australia.

Randall Bourchier

Randall Bourchier (BA, MA(Mus), Dip. Ed) pastored several Australian GCI congregations for over fifteen years, following three decades as a professional musician.

With over 90 years of GCI membership between them, Randall and wife Mary continue to serve in pastoral ministry with particular love for the ministries to young people and children, the musical ministry of the church, and the life of the church in the community.

Abiding interests – the outdoors, creation care, people and cultures, and the arts.