Gareth is the Faith in the Family Networker at Care for the Family. He is a church leader and has a passion for equipping churches and parents to build and inspire faith in the home. Gareth is married to Lois and they have two young children.
Sarah Rowden is an ordinand, beekeeper, former architect, long-term youth minister, wife, and Mum to two pre-teens and a pre-schooler. She loves good food, good company, a good laugh and good weather. Sarah is passionate about discipleship of young people, creation care, and creativity as a spiritual discipline.
After spending the early part of her working life defending the country, then moving to shaping minds in schools, she is now tackling poverty in her local area” quipped one of her friends! Lorraine loves her role at CAP, leading the region and spreading the word about CAP’s fight against poverty to network and church leaders, and anyone who will listen!! Lorraine lives in Lincoln with her husband Owen and has 2 grown up children.
After spending many years bringing the nation joy through marketing & developing new product innovations for some pretty big chocolate brands, Alison (with some big promptings from God) turned a part-time volunteering passion with CAP into a full time role. Alison loves her role at CAP, leading the South East region, championing & equipping the local church to serve the last, the least and the lost in their community through Debt Centres, Life Skills, Job Clubs and Money Courses. Alison is married to Steve and has 3 (almost) grown up children.
Hannah Vincent has over twenty years of professional experience in pastoral care, working alongside teenagers and parents, and she now leads a large pastoral team in a secondary school. She is a Designated Safeguarding Officer, a Child Exploitation Online Protection Ambassador, a trained parenting course facilitator and an emergency mental health first aider.
I have a passion for prayer, and have made it my life's mission to play my part in equipping the church to encounter the heart of God in the place of prayer. I work for 24-7 Prayer, leading the work in GB.
Damilola is advocacy engagement lead at the Evangelical Alliance and as part of the Formation Team at KXC. She is passionate about being a witness of Jesus in public, be that through one on one discussions with friends or through thoughtful Christian engagement in the key cultural and political issues of our time.
Dr Max Baker-Hytch received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Oxford in 2014. Subsequently he held research positions at the University of Oxford and the University of Notre Dame. He is a lecturer in Philosophy at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and is a member of the Philosophy Faculty at the University of Oxford.
Max speaks on a range of topics, especially the philosophical arguments for theism, the rationality of belief in God, and divine hiddenness, as well as the historical credibility of the New Testament and the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus.
Research Associate (University of Oxford)
Registered Medical Doctor
Dr Calum Miller is a medical doctor and a research associate in bioethics at the University of Oxford. He has published academic papers on topics such as God’s existence, academic freedom, probability theory, and beginning of life ethics, and has won prizes from the University of Oxford and the Royal College of Psychiatrists for his work on bioethics.
Calum has spoken on these topics to a wide variety of audiences across the world, and regularly appears on mainstream media. He is currently working on two books on beginning of life ethics.
Daniel Gilman is an advocate against human trafficking, an advisor to Canadian Members of Parliament on human rights, and a PhD student at Cambridge University on campaign to end the slave trade. He is the founder and director of the Centre for Public Speaking through which he coaches pastors, politicians and professors in being dynamic and inspiring speakers.