My basic theological education I received from the United Methodist Theological Seminary Överås in Gothenburg in 1980. During the time as a pastor of several local churches in Denmark, I studied at the University of Aarhus and completed in 1998 a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Wesley Seminary in Washington DC. Since 2010 I have worked on a Doctoral Dissertation on the theologies of John Wesley and NFS Grundtvig, and I expect to defend the Thesis at the University of Gothenburg this spring. My appointments in the United Methodist Church have first of all been to local churches, where my longest location was in Strandby Methodist Church for 25 years. Now I am a pastor of the Copenhagen Methodist Church. For many years I also was appointed to part time teaching ministry. First as a teacher in several subjects at the United Methodist Theological Seminary in Gothenburg, and during 10 years as a Dean of the Seminary. After 2010 where the United Methodist Church joined the new Equmenia Church in Sweden and the theological seminaries of three denominations have emerged into Stockholm Theological High school, I have been a part time teacher in systematic theology at that school.