Adrian Warnock is part of the leadership team of Jubilee Church, London, which is a multicultural church with over seventy nationalities represented across three sites in Enfield, Wood Green, and Ilford.
He has attended Jubilee Church since 1995, serving alongside Tope Koleoso who is the lead pastor. Together they have written Hope Reborn – How to Become a Christian and Live for Jesus, published by Christian Focus in September 2014. You can read a free chapter “How to Become a Christian.”
Adrian’s first book, Raised With Christ – How The Resurrection Changes Everything was published by Crossway in January 2010. A free chapter on the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection is available online.
Adrian has been blogging since April 2003 and writes what has become a well-known Christian blog at adrianwarnock.com. He is a medical doctor by training, having specialized as a psychiatrist, and currently works in clinical research.
Adrian has also written for the Desiring God blog, The Resurgence, Charisma News, Monergism, Confluence Blog, and Churchleaders.com. There are also a few articles from the 1990s that Adrian wrote for a Christian medical journal.
Adrian was born in the UK, and has always lived within 50 miles of London. He is married to Andrée and the father of five children – Tamasin, Henry, Charis, Joel and George.
A good introduction to Adrian’s life story and ministry can be found in a TV interview which aired on TBN.
More details of Adrian’s life history and testimony can be found in a multi-part series entitled “This is My Story”
Adrian’s broad range of experience is also explored in the following profile interview which covers his being a non-paid member of a church leadership team, his book Raised With Christ, and his perspective on psychiatry, and particularly the Four Pillars of Mental Health.
- Mental Health Series
- The Four Pillars of Mental Health and Wellbeing
- How to reduce the risk of suicide
- Leadership Lessons from 1 & 2 Samuel
- Adrian’s book: Raised With Christ
- Multicultural Church
- The Prophetic Gift of Encouragement
Outside of work Adrian’s pastimes tend to revolve around his family and include teaching his children to play chess.
Adrian tweets at http://twitter.com/adrianwarnock, which is the best way to engage with him and ask him any questions you may have. He can also still sometimes be found hanging around on Facebook or Google Plus.
Adrian can be reached by email at email@example.com He is not always able to respond to every email received.
Adrian writes about a broad range of themes including leadership, modern culture, Christian doctrine, and the Church. From time to time he posts book reviews and sermons he has preached or listened to.
The following posts are a good place to start reading:
- I Don’t Want Balance, I Want It All
- Tim Keller – Preach To Change Them In Their Seats
- Why Do I Love Rick Warren?
- John Piper On Baptism With The Holy Spirit
- Gifts of The Holy Spirit
- Is This A Conservative Evangelical Blog?
- The Atonement Debate
- John Piper’s Most Important Book.
- What Is A Reformed Charismatic?
- Sam Storms, John Piper and John Bunyan VS Wayne Grudem, Al Mohler and Mark Dever
- Comfort Like A Mother
- Abound In Hope
- Rejoice In The Lord
- The Resurrection and Our Salvation.
- More Sermons
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Pastoral oversight Tope Koleoso
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