Efrem is a founding planter & Pastor of almost 20 years at ecclesia in Lewisham, SE London. He also has worked for the past five years as Training Manager at London City Mission, where he has now transitioned to become Director of Training and Mentoring. He has received most helpful equipping through studies at Oak Hill, and on the Urban Ministry Program, by UrbanMinistries.org.uk. Efrem is married, has two adult children and one grandchild.
Robin is Pioneer Minister with responsibility for Grace Church in Barrow-in-Furness, South Cumbria. He teaches Mission & Apologetics for Cumbria Christian Learning and is a member of the Archbishop’s College of Evangelists. He blogs at ThatHappyCertainty.com.
Sonia is involved with pastoral care at Christ Church Fulwood, Sheffield. She spends most of her time doing biblical counselling, training and equipping others, and supporting the vision of the church leadership to see more and more of her congregation involved in the ‘one-anothering’ of church life. Sonia is married with four children and is in the process of moving to North Sheffield where her husband has just become a curate at St John’s, Chapeltown.
Adrian serves as Associate National Director of the Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches in the UK. He is part of the leadership team of Christchurch Harborough, and also chairs both Evangelicals Now and the charity which owns and manages the PrayerMate app. He is married to Celia and they have three daughters and two grandchildren. He is the author of a dozen titles including books on sleep, marriage and two Bible commentaries.
Dr Amy Orr-Ewing is a Senior Vice President with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries and Joint Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. She leads a team of pioneering apologist-evangelists and speaks around the world on how the Christian faith answers the deepest questions of life. Amy is married to Frog and helps lead Latimer Minster, a church plant and community on a farm in Buckinghamshire, and they have three children.
Rico Villanueva finished his PhD in Old Testament from Trinity College, Bristol, United Kingdom. He serves as Regional Commissioning Editor for Langham Publications and Scholar Care Coordinator for current Langham scholars in Asia. He is author of several books, including ‘It’s OK to be NOT OK’ and commentaries on the book of Psalms and Lamentations – all published by Langham.
Mike Cain came to know Christ through the witness of his best friend at school. After serving churches in London and Leipzig he is now the senior pastor of Emmanuel Bristol (a family of church-planting churches) and a regular speaker at university missions and Bible teaching conferences. He is passionate about persuading people that the gospel is both true and good. He is married to Clare, has two teenage children and is an enthusiastic fisherman, kayaker, tennis player and theatregoer.
Michael Reeves is President and Professor of Theology at Union School of Theology. He is the author of numerous books including ‘The Good God’, ‘Christ our Life’, ‘Enjoy Your Prayer Life’, and ‘The Unquenchable Flame’.
Kristi Mair is an academic, speaker and trainer. She is a Research Fellow at Oak Hill College where she teaches philosophy and provides pastoral support. She spends most of her time talking about Jesus with the keen, the apathetic and the perplexed.
Jeremy McQuoid is the Teaching Pastor at Deeside Christian Fellowship in Aberdeen. In addition to weekly expository preaching, he is a trustee of the Pathways Network Scotland, seeking to encourage a new generation into Gospel ministry. Jeremy has written several books, including ‘the Amazing Cross’, and devotional guides to Mark’s Gospel and Hebrews. He will be the new chairman of Keswick from August 2020 and is married to Elizabeth who is the Commissioning Editor for Keswick Ministries. Jeremy and Elizabeth have 3 sons.
Graham is married to Michelle, has three children and three grandchildren. He is the General Director of Christians in Sport. Graham lives in Cambridge, where he is an associate staff member of St. Andrew the Great and a director of Cambridge United Football Club.
Christopher Ash is Writer-in-Residence at Tyndale House, Cambridge and is on the preaching team at St Andrew the Great church. Christopher is a pastor, preacher, and author, including several books on the Psalms: Bible Delight (on Psalm 119), Teaching Psalms volumes 1 and 2, and Psalms for You. He is working on a longer commentary on how we appropriate the Psalms deeply in Christ. Christopher is married to Carolyn. They have been entrusted with three sons, a daughter, and seven grandchildren.
Chris Wright is the International Ministries Director of Langham Partnership, which provides literature, scholarships and preaching training for Majority World pastors and seminaries. He taught in India for five years. His books include ‘Old Testament Ethics for the People of God’; ‘The Mission of God’; ‘The God I Don’t Understand’; and ‘The Mission of God’s People’. Chris and his wife Liz have four adult children and several grandchildren and live in London, as members of All Souls Church, Langham Place.
Andy’s married to Sarah, and they have a son called Reuben and a dog called Sanka. He is a graduate from Oak Hill College and was an Associate Pastor at Charlotte Chapel. In 2014 he left Charlotte Chapel to join 20schemes and in 2017 planted a church in a housing scheme of Edinburgh called Gracemount.
Dr Joanna Jackson is currently serving as Director of Counselling at All Souls Church, Langham Place. She is a Counselling Psychologist by training and has also trained in Biblical counselling. She is married to a church pastor, has 4 children and lives in London.
Andy Bannister is the Director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity. A passionate evangelist, he speaks regularly in settings ranging from coffee shops to pubs, universities to business settings, helping people see how the message of Jesus answers life’s deepest questions. Andy is also an author and broadcaster and can be found on social media at @andygbannister. He is married to Astrid, they have two young children, and he lives in Dundee in Scotland.