Mark Samuel lives in South West Asia. His wife and he are committed to serving Christians who undergo persecution for the sake of the Gospel. Mark hopes to build a communion-wide network of awareness, credible research, prayer ministry and incarnational engagement for those who need other Christians to bear their burdens with them and be a voice on their behalf. Mark (the son of an Anglican Priest and Theologian) is currently directing a discipleship and entrepreneurship ministry (with international experience) and his wife is a director and faculty member at the Lahore College of Theology. Together they are committed to Biblical Orthodoxy and proclaiming the unchanging truth in a fast changing world.
In Sydney 2019 the Primates endorsed the recommendation from the G19 Dubai conference statement to develop a 10th network to provide fellowship, advocacy and intentional prayer for the Suffering Church.
Building a global network of researchers, communicators and pastoral carers who can provide credible information to raise up:
1. Prayer and intercession
3. Fellowship and pastoral support