Dean of Ministry and Theology
Ps Andrew Groza
MA Min (Harvest)
BA Min (Harvest)
Cert IV TAE (Unity)
Andrew Groza works full time as a lecturer with Harvest Bible College in their VET department. He was on the leadership team of the youth and young adult department of Faith Christian Church in Melbourne for almost 12 years; 5 of which were served on staff as the youth and young adult pastor. Currently, Andrew ministers at one of FCC’s extension campuses through preaching and serving on the core leadership team. He completed his Masters of Ministry through Harvest Bible College in 2013. He has co-authored an article in New Frontiers published by Mosaic Press and has an article scheduled to be published in the Journal for Contemporary Ministry.
Andrew is married to Bianca and has a daughter.
Main Teaching and Research Areas
Biblical Studies (Biblical Studies and Academic Writing; Exegesis of a New Testament Book; Old Testament Survey; New Testament Survey); Ministry (Understanding Kingdom Ministry, Homiletics)
Awards & Qualifications
|Full Name of Award||Subject/Major area||Awarding Institution and Year of Award|
|Master of Arts (Ministry)||Ministry and Biblical Studies||Harvest Bible College|
|Bachelor of Arts (Ministry)||Ministry and Biblical Studies||Harvest Bible College|
|Certificate IV in Training and Assessment||VET Training||Unity College|
“Going Missional…What a Mission!: Challenges faced by those who seek to explore different forms of church” to Harvest Bible College Research Conference, August 2014
“With the Curiosity of an Oddity from a Bygone Era: The GOCN Conversation and its implications” to Harvest Bible College Research Conference, August 2013
“Contemporary Ministry in International Perspective: Field Trip Report” to Harvest Bible College Research Conference, August 2012
“Contemporary Ministry: A Global Perspective.” New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry in 21st Century Contexts. Mosaic Press, Melbourne, 2013 (Co-Authored with Ian Grant, Amelia Pickering, Daniel Sanders)
“With the Curiosity of an Oddity from a Bygone Era: The GOCN Conversation and its contribution to mission to the west.” Journal of Contemporary Ministry. (2015): Forthcoming.
Harvest Bible College online co-ordinator VET