Philip Lutterodt is married and has an adult son.  He has served as a Christian minister for over 30 years in Theological Education and Pastoral Ministry.  He is currently the pastor of Mitcham Baptist Church in South London and is also involved in mentoring emerging leaders to serve God in the family, church and society.  In Ghana Philp has served as an Academic Dean of two tertiary institutions, a Council Member of the Ghana Baptist Convention and a speaker at Baptist Student Union events in various university campuses.  In the UK he served for a year as a Council Member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and currently serves in the BU Ministerial Recognition Sub-Committee.  
He was part of leadership teams in Ghana that facilitated the organisational development and transition of two theological colleges into university colleges.  His education is in Psychology and Theology. Philip has pastored churches in Ghana, Switzerland and England and has lectured in theological institutions in Ghana and England.  His research interests are in Leadership Studies, Global South Christianity, Christian Doctrine, Christian Ethics and the interface between Theology and Psychology.  His publications are in Christology, Leadership Ethics, African Christianity and Church Health.  He has carried out ministry in USA, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Slovakia.  His hobbies are current affairs, poetry, table tennis and athletics.