BSc(Biomedical Science), MDiv, DMin–Preaching and Leadership(candidate) (Asbury Theological Seminary, Kentucky)
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Captain Laithe Greenaway has been a Salvation Army officer for 14 years and is currently the Ministry Program Officer at the School for Officer Training. In this role he invests in the coaching of ministry skills for future officers of The Salvation Army. As part of this role, Laithe has been involved in one-on-one coaching of preaching and guest lecturing in preaching since 2013.
With a passion for learning and teaching, Laithe continues to study and share his learning with others. In 2015, he wrote a theological research paper entitled: Divine Humility and its Implications for Prayer. This paper addressed the question of how the concept of Divine Humility might inform the paradox of a Sovereign God who nonetheless invites human participation through prayer.
In 2016, Laithe was awarded a Beeson International Scholarship into the Preaching and Leadership Doctor of Ministry program at Asbury Theological Seminary. Alongside coursework in Preaching, Missional Leadership and Spiritual Formation, Laithe is writing a dissertation with a working title of: “We have a Gospel: A critique of understandings of salvation driving The Salvation Army in Australia”. The purpose of this study is to contribute to the articulation of the mission of The Salvation Army in Australia, by comparing an examination of the understandings of salvation espoused by current leadership teams, with a document study of the historical and theological understanding of salvation in the Army.
- “Good news that is still good for those living with chronic disability”, in Living as People of Hope in a Time of Despair, Thought Matters Vol. 5. Bayswater, VIC: The Salvation Army, 2016
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