Grace has an infectious passion for Jesus and is a dynamic evangelist and speaker. She has been sharing her faith with young people for over a decade across the UK. She is passionate about cheering on a generation of young people who are sold out for Jesus. Grace lives in Cornwall with her husband Nathan and their daughter.
Andy is the founder and chief executive of The Message Trust which celebrated its 30th year last year and has grown from a one-man band to one of the top 1% of UK charities reaching hundreds of thousands of young people and families every year. He’s also addressed the UK and Scottish Parliaments on the transformative power of the gospel of Jesus and written eleven books including his latest, ‘A Burning Heart’.
Marie is a speaker, leader in her church and leads the North of England and Midlands for Alpha. With over 10 years experience in ministry her heart is rooted in seeing the local church grow and those who make decisions, discipled and embedded into local community. Wife and mum Marie is also passionate about heathy family life and oversees The Marriage Courses for the UK.
Simon Guillebaud, MBE, spent two decades living in war-torn Central Africa, and speaks out of that context with raw urgency and passion for the last, the lost and the least. He’s the Founder of Great Lakes Outreach, author of the award-winning book Choose Life, and travels widely stirring up the Church for radical discipleship.
Sarah is an ordained Anglican minister and leader of Cheltenham Network Church. She is passionate about equipping the church to reach people who don't normally 'do God' with the good news of Jesus.
Harvey is a Malawian theologian currently working as the CEO of the Evangelical Mission Association, aka Global Connections, in Leamington Spa. He also teaches at the Church Mission Society (CMS) in Oxford where he leads a master’s program focused on African Christianity in Britain. He has worked in mission in Europe and North America for more than 20 years.
Girma is the Director and founder of Gratitude Initiative UK, which exists to promote gratitude as a formative language that transforms and energises how we approach solving individual and social problems, resulting in harmony and reconciliation, building bridges to make cross-cultural mission possible. He also serves as a City Catalyst for The London Project, focusing on serving diaspora church leaders. Previously he served as a pastor of the Ethiopian Christian Fellowship Church.
Sharon Prentis is the Dean of Ministry at St Mellitus College and also Honorary Canon Theologian at Lichfield Cathedral. With degrees in sociology, anthropology and theology her work has been in church, community and education contexts as a practitioner and researcher. Recently her written work has focused on the need for corporate lament, peace and reconciliation, including editing the book ‘Every Tribe’ telling stories of the faith of diverse men and women of God throughout the ages.
Andy is the co-founder and CEO of the global bereavement charity, The Mariposa Trust, and business leader. He is passionate about guiding people through their grief journey, and helping churches and leaders to compassionately care for their staff and congregations. Andy has been a speaker for over 30-years.
Zoe is an award winning charity CEO, business leader, best-selling author, TV Host and renowned grief expert. In addition, she co-chairs the 'National Pregnancy Loss Review' on behalf of the government, and speaks widely on loss, grief and the power of hope.