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Peter Worrall

Peter Worrall
PETER WORRALL was raised by a woman who had just found faith in Jesus and a man who had none. He went as a missionary to Pakistan at age 18, but struggled with his faith at a liberal school upon his return. His twenties were a turbulent time of trying to find who he was created to be and what God's role in his life was to be. During those ten years he completed his degree in education in England, lived for three years in Japan, went back to Pakistan for two years and ultimately landed in Chicago.

At Moody Graduate School, God met him in a powerful way and the internal tangle of competing worldviews gradually began to straighten out. He also met his wife at Moody, proposing to her on a jog after a hard day of ministry together. They have worked well as a team ever since.

Since his twenties Peter has taught elementary school, graduated with a Masters in Teaching, and is a grateful father of Daryl (6) and Amelia (3). He now teaches Education majors at Moody Bible Institute and is a doctoral student in the Educational Studies program at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He likes to play strategy board games, computer games, soccer, and read books. He regularly does pulpit supply, teaches Sunday school, and leads a small group.

Peter Worrall's Books

  • 20 Things We'd Tell Our Twentysomething Selves