‘Great survivor’ speaks at Norwich dinner
2012: A business man who lost a fortune in China, but refused to be downcast so that he could continue to share his faith in many nations, was the guest speaker at an FGB dinner at the Brook Hotel, Bowthorpe, Norwich, on Friday, October 12.
is an inspiring speaker from Halifax
and a talented musician whose work has taken him around the world, including China,
where he set up an engineering factory. Despite top level support from the UK, the project collapsed.
Trevor, married to Helen,
is the son of a Polish-Prussian
prisoner-of-war and an English
mother, and is known today as a “great survivor” because he has overcome great difficulties in the business world and always bounced back.
His faith and positive attitude have sustained him to such an extent that he and his team were able to lead a major outreach programme in London
during the recent Olympics
. He is also a regional director of the Full Gospel Business Men
All of these events are organized by the Norwich Chapter of the Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship (FGB), which is endorsed in the UK by the Archbishop of York who says, “We need more men like them.”
The global fellowship has 8,000 local chapters spread across more than 100 countries.
Pictured above is Trevor Bendrien and the Brook Hotel, Bowthorpe.