Les and Kate Martin have been serving in Nigeria for several years. Kate is a Nigerian native, while Les hails from Tennessee. They make their home in Lagos, where Kate works as a pilot for Dana Airlines.
Les is an Anglican priest, who serves as an Archdeacon and in the office of Canon Theologian for the Anglican Diocese of Pankshin, Plateau State, Nigeria. He is engaged in a ministry of teaching and writing for the diocese.
He is an adjunct lecturer for Archbishop Vining School of Theology, an Anglican seminary in Akure, where he teaches in the fields of Systematics, Biblical Interpretation, and Anglicanism. In addition, Les is a Field Partner with Theologians Without Borders, an international cooperative that allows him to teach at seminaries throughout the developing world on a short-term, intensive basis.
Les is also active in the Order of the Mustard Seed, and in recovery ministry amongst the chemically addicted.
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