Owen Power worked for many years in London as a training manager delivering skills training to people who were long-term unemployed with additional support needs. He served as a diversity & equality advisor on a number of government social projects and produced an audio information cassette on safer sex and HIV awareness for people without sight for World AIDS Day 1992. In 2001, Power decided upon a career change and he started studying at the Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of Manchester. His first book, Hugh Schonfield, is based on his dissertation. Power is currently researching his second book with the working title--Jewish Believers in Jesus: Christians Masquerading as Jews?