Lecturer in Missiology

ThD, PG Cert, BA(Hons), HND, DipPS


Darrell grew up on the Isle of Man. He has thirty years of ministry experience (pastoral, denominational, crosscultural, and educational) following graduation from
London School of Theology in 1989. He worked in Hungary, around Europe, and has short-term mission experience in China, Ireland, the Czech Republic and Zimbabwe.

The University of Birmingham awarded his ThD in 2009. He has served as adjunct and visiting faculty in the UK, USA, and Europe, and writes and regularly for publications around the world. He coedits a number of mission-focused bulletins. Darrell chairs the Lausanne International Researchers’ Network, is the Secretary of the
Australian Association of Mission Studies, a member of the WEA Mission Commission, and a board member of European Christian Mission.

He maintains research interests in European missiology, diaspora missiology, Orthodox missiology, and is able to supervise students in these areas.

Darrell maintains academic pages at http://actheology.academia.edu/DarrellJackson where his CV and several published articles can be viewed.

PUBLICATIONS

  • Cronshaw, D., and Jackson, D.R., eds., Congregational Transformation in Australian Baptist Church Life, New Wineskins Volume One, (Macquarie Park, NSW: Morling Press, 2015).
  • Jackson, D.R., ‘Conclusion: Does the Future Have a Church?’ in Cronshaw, D., and Jackson, D.R., eds., Congregational Transformation in Australian Baptist Church Life, New Wineskins Volume One, (Macquarie Park, NSW: Morling Press, 2015).