Errol Gibbs and Philip Grey bring a unique collaboration to their seminal work, Five Foundations of Human Development (FFHD). Combined, they have travel experience in thirty–two countries, including, Belgium, Cameroon, China, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, and Singapore. Their experiential background has fostered a unique understanding of the challenges that face humanity in the modern age. Their aggregate knowledge can lead to the betterment of humanity.
Errol is a devout Christian who made an irreversible commitment to the faith through baptism in May, 1983. In 2003, he made a life–changing decision to relinquish a career in Engineering (Project Management), to commit to search for answers to problems that afflict humanity. Five years of research in the Holy Bible, not as an academic study, but for its basic spiritual truths, underpins his new and inspiring perspectives. His scientific background informs the need for congruity between the spiritual and the natural world we struggle to comprehend. Errol immigrated to Canada from Trinidad in his mid–twenties. He lived in the United States for five years and currently resides in Milton, Ontario, Canada.
Philip is an international evangelist, author, and motivational speaker. He was born in the United Kingdom, where he lived until his mid–twenties. Philip also lived in Liberia, West Africa for three years, and in the United States of America for nine years. He currently resides in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Philip has an extensive background in international ministerial research and practice. He has held positions from youth pastor to National World Missions director with the Church of God. Philip has also served on an International Leadership Advance Conference Committee; a regional council for Ontario Churches, the Ontario Ministerial Development and Credentialing Board, and was a member of the Board of Directors for the International Bible College, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada.