Kevin Conner’s Son – Mark Conner

Kevin Conner mentored many young leaders during his lifetime, including his own son, Mark Conner. Mark worked with Kevin at Waverley Christian Fellowship for many years before succeeding Kevin as the church’s third Senior Minister in 1995. Mark has been involved in church leadership for over three decades. He is a gifted leader, speaker, and author who brings a wealth of wisdom and life experience to whatever he engages in.

In February 2017, Mark transitioned out of the role of Senior Minister at CityLife Church in Melbourne, Australia where he was on staff for 32 years, 10 of those years working for his father, Kevin. Mark is now giving himself to training, writing, and coaching others toward greater fruitfulness.

Mark has a genuine love for people and a passion to help them grow and change. He has a Diploma of Business Management from STOTTS College, a Master of Arts degree in Theology from Ridley College, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Mark is married to Nicole and they have three adult children. They live in Melbourne, Australia.

Visit Mark’s web site for access to his popular BLOG, best-selling books, and teaching podcast.

These books are also available as a PDF download from the online shop and are currently on SALE until the end of June 2020:

4 thoughts on “Kevin Conner’s Son – Mark Conner”

  1. As a result of reading and studying The Tabernacle of Moses by Kevin Conner, I’m delighted to have discovered Mark! Now I can continue growing in the deeper things through Marks teachings. I’m so blessed!!!

      1. Can you advise me how to go about obtaining permission to use parts of the Tabernacle of Moses in the prayer devotional book I’m writing. I have listed the book in the Bibliography as well as Suggested Reading, but if there’s more to be done, please let me know. I appreciate your consideration. Thanks again. Carrie

        1. Thanks for asking, Carrie. As long as you acknowledge your sources (for any specific quotes, diagrams or ideas) that is fine. So a footnote or endnote, an in paragraph reference, and/or a bibliography inclusion is fine. All the best with your new book.

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