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Grant Sandercock-Brown


Doctor of Ministry (Asbury Theological Seminary; USA), MA Christian Studies (Morling College; Sydney), Advanced Dip of TSA Ministry (COFE, The Salvation Army), Graduate and Associate of Birmingham School of Music (Birmingham School of Music, UK), Bachelor of Music Education (Qld Conservatorium)

 Grant Sandercock-Brown

Areas of Expertise

Spiritual Formation

Grant is a Corps Officer at Parramatta in western Sydney; the cities geographical heartland. Grant has taught at the Sydney and Melbourne Training colleges. He started writing after a successful fight with Hodgkin's disease and since then his writings have appeared in The Salvation Army publications in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, UK and Russia. His first book, From a Middle Aged Dad to a Teenage Daughter was published by the Intenational Headquaters of The Salvation Army and his second, 21 Questions for a 21st Century Army was published by Booth College in 2014.

Grant has a degree in music education and was a high school music teacher for 10 years. Since entering The Salvation Army Training College in 1999, Grant has completed an MA from Morling College in Sydney and a Doctor of Ministry at Asbury Theological Seminary in the USA.

He loves God and takes every opportunity to talk about the things of God with anyone who’ll listen.


  • “A Pastoral Response to Homosexuality.” The Practical Theologian 4:1 (2006).
  • “Wesleyan Holiness – A 21st Century Perspective.” The Practical Theologian 3:1 (2005).
  • “The Church in the World of the 21st.” The Practical Theologian (Booth College) 2:1 (2004)

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