BROWN, Brenton. b. Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 1 July 1973. Raised in the southern suburbs of Cape Town, Brown attended South African College Schools, studied law at the University of Cape Town, and then received a Rhodes Scholarship to study PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) at the University of Oxford (1996-98), where he also received a one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Theology (1998-99).
Brown’s involvement in worship leadership began during his time at the University of Cape Town, expanded at the Oxford [England] Vineyard Church (1997-2003) where he began recording and writing songs with the help of Brian Doerksen (1965- ), and was named coordinator of the Vineyard UK Worship...
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