Graham is an honorary lecturer of the Queens University, is a part time faculty member of the London School of Theology, teaches and supervises students at Belfast Bible College and teaches and advises in a Masters course in Pakistan. At Union Theological College, he supervises undergraduate dissertations and tutors and supervises masters students, in the area of practical theology.
After being the minister of a Baptist church and a missionary lecturer in Nigeria, Graham was principal of Belfast Bible College for seventeen years then founder and director of the centre for the study of theological education in Belfast for five more. He has been a staff member and accreditor for the European Evangelical Accrediting Association, has acted as external examiner for five UK universities and has travelled in Europe and beyond to teach and advise on theological education matters.
Once asked why he was involved in teaching, he replied that he loves ideas and he loves students and that is still his motivation today. He believes that all theological education ultimately is aimed at helping students to love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength and their neighbour as themselves.
Married for 45 years to his wonderful wife, he has three children and four grandchildren, all of whom put up with his serious coffee habit and he is a member of Finaghy Baptist Church. His blog on theological education is found at www.teachingtheology.org.Back