Dr Graham McLennan

About Dr Graham McLennan

Graham McLennan was born in Dubbo in 1945 where he grew up and was schooled. He attended Hurlstone Agricultural High school as a boarder and finished his Dental Degree at Sydney University where he became a Christian.

He married Pam in 1969. They have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. In 1973 Graham studied with Francis Schaeffer in L'Abri, Switzerland. He was on the executive of the National Gathering of 1988 and the Bicentennial of Christian Education in Australia in 1993, He helped initiate the National Christian Heritage Sunday celebrations in 2012.

Graham McLennan up till recently was a team member for the Australian Christian Values Institute and the National Day of Prayer and Fasting. He was the founding chairman of Rhema FM 103.5 and of the Orange (NSW) Christian School.

Among his great initiatives is the National Alliance of Christian Leaders (NACL), formed in 1985. Christian leaders from around Australia met at a Youth With a Mission (YWAM) base to formulate a national alliance to provide Christians with networking connections. A Religious Freedom Institute was established to help lawyers defend Christian civil rights.

During the 1980’s his interest in Australian Christian history was developed. He started the Christian History Research website. Along with the National Christian Heritage Sunday website, they receive well over a million hits per year.

Among the writing available is a PDF publication, ‘The Hand of God: His Story of Australia’ by Dr Graham McLennan. “While many Australians look to a convict past with its fear of authority and feeling of inferiority, rejection, isolation and loneliness, there is another history yet to be written, that of our Christian forefathers and their faith and contribution to the kingdom of God — a positive affirmation of a nation with a providential destiny. It is encouraging to look at some of the godly elements in Australia's foundations,” he wrote in an illuminating 8000-word study.

He continues his dental activities as a tutor at the nearby University Dental School and supervises dental student teams to Cambodia.
15 10, 2020

Day 15: Pray and Act

By |2020-10-16T11:18:27+11:00October 15th, 2020|Life, Prayer|1 Comment

Intention Prayer is essential, but we cannot stop at prayer -- we must act, and be willing to be used by God as an answer to our prayers. Scripture “The word of the Lord came to me, saying, ‘Before I formed you in the womb ...read more