Dick J Driedger
Dick and his wife Susan live in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. They have three married children, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Dick has many years of experience in teaching and pastoral ministry in Canada and Europe. He received his education, B.A. and B.Ed., from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and his theological education from the Prairie Bible College in Alberta, Canada.
Dick has designed these Bible study books with the specific purpose of training the laity to become disciple makers. These transferable concepts of Bible learning, and application has proven very successful. Mature Christ followers have been renewed in spiritual vitality as they have equipped to participate in this evangelism and discipleship ministry.
Susan Driedger has over 60 years teaching experience, both secular and Christian. She received her teacher training from the University of Saskatchewan, and her Bible training at the Nipawin Bible College Nipawin, Saskatchewan, Canada.
She has been director of women’s ministries in large churches where she pioneered the strategy for discipleship. She organized large evangelistic outreaches to the community as well as developed the Foundations for Living method for small group interactive dynamic discipleship.
Her profile in successful women’s ministries gave her opportunity to act on international executives, co-author a book, Women’s Ministries Handbook and conduct workshops in churches, conferences and Bible colleges.
In recognition of her faithful ministry to the community and the local church she was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.