Faculty

Principal

 Jeannie Mok
B.A., M.A.(Hons), Dip Ed. St., Dip Ed., Cert IV Training and Assessment

A University lecturer for 8 years and with a total of 25 years teaching experience, Jeannie is Foundation Principal of Asian Pacific Institute and volunteer Director of Multicultural Community Centre. She serves on the Refugee Resettlement Advisory Council to the Federal Government, Qld Cancer Screening Reference Group, Royal Children’s Hospital District Health Council and Foundation Board, Queensland State Library Multicultural Advisory Committee, Chinese Museum of Qld. and other committees. She served on the Premier’s Council for Women (1999-2001), Multicultural Women’s Advisory Council (2002-2005) representing all multicultural women, “Reconciliation Queensland” Executive Committee, Queensland Psychologists Board and the Community Learning and Skilling Advisory Committee (Employment and Training Board Queensland).

Jeannie is also a cross-cultural trainer, writer and freelance journalist and has written several government-funded books including “The New Wave: Multicultural Women Volunteers” (launched by the Premier in Parliament), “Multicultural Trailblazers” and “Cherbourg Dorm Girls”.

She serves with her husband Senior Pastor David Mok at the International City Church in Brisbane, which they established in 1987. This church has services in English and Chinese; and has established missions in Nicaragua, Kenya and China. Their work in establishing a truly multicultural church, “a place of commanded blessing”, has resulted in her book “The Technicolour Faith – Building a Dynamic Multicultural Church”.

Jeannie also writes for “ALIVE” magazine and “Christian Woman”, serving on the Board of Reference for the latter. She also ministers internationally and is a key-note speaker at many conferences. She is also a cross-cultural trainer and is consultant to schools and churches nationally. In 1998, Jeannie received the Premier’s Multicultural Service Award, in 2003, the Centenary Medal and in 2006, the Mayor’s Australia Day Cultural Award.

 

Director

Rev Jonathan Mok
MA Christian Studies (TEDS Chicago USA), LLb(UQ), Post Grad Dip.Legal Practice (QUT), Cert IV Training and Assessment, Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Qld & High Court of Aust.

Rev Jonathan Mok is the Senior Minister of International City Church. A gifted Bible teacher, Jonathan is passionate about equipping and empowering people to go and make disciples of all nations. His heart is to see the church become a house of prayer for all nations and raise up strategic regional and national prayer altars. Jonathan has a Master of Arts in Christian Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chicago, and worked as a solicitor before entering full time ministry in 2001.

 

Director of Studies

Faith Leong
B.Min., M.Theol., Cert IV Training and Assessment

Faith is an executive pastor of International City Church. She is the pastor in charge of the first Pentecostal Chinese Church in Brisbane which was established by ICC in 1993. Currently, the Chinese congregation led by Ps Ngar Fei has over 200 members from Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. In addition, she conceptualized Harvest International Campus Church at the University of Queensland, which ministered to local and international students.

Her areas of expertise include Cell Church Dynamics, particularly in the ministering to the Chinese. She lectures in Church Planting and Growth, Missions and Leadership at ICCollege.

 

Faculty & Staff

ICCollege lecturers are academically well-known for their practical experience, and are of high calibre. Lessons are thoroughly planned and they maybe instances where guest lecturers are scheduled to take part of a course.

 

Ian Malins
B.Agr.Sc., B.D.Hons, B.Ed.Sts, Cert IV Training and Assessment

Ian Malin is a former missionary, Bible teacher, pastor and author of many books and training Courses. He has a Bachelor of Divinity from Melbourne Bible Institute as well as a Bachelor of Education. He is a well loved teacher at International Christian College. He and his wife, Diane, were Bible teachers on the staff of the Christian Leaders’ Training College of Papua New Guinea (an interdenominational training college) for fourteen years, followed by 10 years of pastoral ministry in several Queensland churches, Australia.

 

Leonardo Leguizamon

Born in Colombia, Pastor Leo came to Australia with his family in 2009 through the miraculous intervention of God. He is a dynamic worship pastor and a gifted teacher. He has a Diploma of Multicultural Ministry from International Christian College

 

Michael Chong

Pastor Michael has a Degree in Commerce from UQ and a Diploma in Multicultural Ministry from the Asian Pacific Institute. He is currently studying the Master of Christian Ministries with Alphacricus. He has been the young adult pastoral worker in ICC since 2013.