Josephine Barrow Online Courses Coordinator Pathways College


EdD, MEdAdmin (Hons), BA, GradDipAppTheol, Dip.Tchg.

Francine joined Pathways College in 2020. Prior to this she was involved in leading the Secondary Teacher Training Programme as well as being a supervisor in the Masters Programme at  Bethlehem Tertiary Institute. Previously she spent 15 years as Principal of KingsWay School in Auckland. The focus of research for her doctoral thesis was succession planning in faith-based organisations. Francine has been committed to Christian education for over 35 years and is passionate about seeing students empowered to reach their potential in all their endeavours. She loves most sports and has an eclectic taste in music, drama and the arts. Francine enjoys a full and varied life; fun, food and fellowship are mandatory.


PhD in Theology, MA in Theology, BCS

Richard Goodwin began teaching at Pathways in 2014. He is currently also Adjunct Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary in Los Angeles.

Richard earned a PhD in Theology (Otago) and an MA in Theology (Fuller). His doctoral thesis explored the intersection of faith and movies, and he is interested in the ways Christians engage the wider culture, especially with respect to the arts and pop culture. Prior to theological study, Richard served as a youth pastor for seven years at Raleigh Street Christian Centre in Cambridge.

Julie-Ann Finn PA to the Principal Office Administrator Pathways College


BA, BAppTheol

Following the completion of her Bachelor of Applied Theology from Carey Baptist College, Grace began working at Pathways College in 2016 as the Project Manager. In that role, she enjoyed a range of responsibilities, from lecturing a course on the Gospel of Mark, to helping edit videos for online courses. Grace finished up in that role at the beginning of 2019 and moved to Auckland, where she had grown up, to pastor Māngere Bridge Baptist Church with her husband, Graeme. 

In 2022 Grace returned to Pathways College and has taken up the role of Academic Dean. She is pleased to be back and is eager to discover all the ways she can offer her skills and gifts to contribute once again to the exciting work of training students for ministry and life and seeing them grow more like Jesus. 

Grace is passionate about preaching and lecturing, but her greatest passion is learning. Alongside her new role, she is also working towards completing her Master of Applied Theology and hopes to continue on to eventually obtain a Ph.D. in Theology, most likely in some aspect of New Testament Studies.


BMus (Jazz Perf), DipCM

Rosie Devery grew up in Auckland as well as spending much of her childhood in India. Growing up in a missionary family with an undeniable sense of the presence of God led to the personal joy of knowing there is nothing better than a life lived with Jesus!

Rosie oversees the School of Worship Leading (SOWL) which Pathways launched in 2012. She started worship leading while studying a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance at Auckland University. After a distinct prompting from God during a Sunday morning service she got involved in the leadership of the worship team at her home church, and ended up being a SOWL student herself in 2014. God eventually led Rosie into ministry as a Worship Pastor at Lifezone Church until 2017, and as Tauranga Hub Leader for Worship Central NZ.

SOWL takes worship leaders on an incredible journey of growth as they wrestle with what worship is, what worship leading is, and what that means for the Church today. Rosie is passionate about seeing worship leaders around Aotearoa empowered and inspired to lead God's people in true, Spirit-filled worship.


Julie-Ann Finn PA to the Principal Office Administrator Pathways College


BC, PGCert(BusMgt)

Vivette’s extensive marketing and communication background include senior strategic roles held across a variety of industries and sectors in the Bay of Plenty, including in the tertiary education sector. She has a Bachelor of Communication, Massey University, and in 2022 graduated with a Postgraduate Certificate in Management Studies from the University of Waikato.  

Vivette has lived in Tauranga for 25 years and her husband is Head of Faculty-Technology at a local high school.  Together they have six young-adult children. Vivette has a keen interest in outdoor activities like gardening, mountain biking, kayaking, boating, and managing her small business enterprise, The Healthy Dog Company.

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Julie-Ann has worked in the education sector – from early childhood through to tertiary – all within the Christian framework. She feels it is her privilege to be a part of the Pathways team as they work together to glorify God.

Julie-Ann grew up in a family who honoured God. She has always been aware of his sovereignty. She personally committed her life to Him as a young adult and sees this as being the single most amazing decision ever. Her and her husband love living in the Bay of Plenty and are actively involved in their local church and their wider community.
People are what matter to Julie-Ann. They energise her, motivate her and empower her to live life well. She thrives in community and actively pursues quality relationships. 

Julie-Ann Finn PA to the Principal Office Administrator Pathways College



Originally from Nelson Lynley qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1984 and moved to Tauranga shortly after and worked in an accounting firm for 12 years.  She has worked with some interesting organisations including six years with a women's fashion label she saw grow from a start-up to a multi-award-winning global business.  In contrast, Lynley’s next accounting role was in the heavy transport industry. Currently, Lynley is in the passenger transport industry balancing her work there with part-time work at Pathways.  
Lynley spent 12 months travelling through the Pacific on the Island Mercy, as Purser, but also proving medical aid along the way, going from New Zealand to the Philippines, via Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea.  Lynley has two young adult sons.


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