Rob James is executive chair of the Evangelical Alliance Wales and a member of the Evangelical Alliance UK National Council. He is also a member of the Media Voice Committee, a board member of CPO-CPL, and a former teacher of history and French who has served as a Baptist pastor in Wales since 1979. He has a particular interest in the development of missional churches and is currently engaged in doing that at Westgate Evangelical Chapel in Pembroke.
Gordon Showell-Rogers was appointed as the Associate International Director of the World Evangelical Alliance in 2010. Prior to that, he was General Secretary of the European Evangelical Alliance, a position he held for more than a decade.
Matthew Frost has been Chief Executive of Christian relief and development agency Tearfund since 2005. He previously worked for Medair in Somalia and then in Afghanistan, where he established and directed the relief organisation's aid programme.
Peter Saunders was born in New Zealand and originally trained as a General Surgeon, before serving with the Africa Inland Mission in Kenya and completing two years mission training at All Nations Christian College in the UK. Since 1992 he has worked in full-time Christian ministry with Christian Medical Fellowship, first as Student Secretary and since 1999 as General Secretary. He is also Director of the Care Not Killing Alliance and is involved in the Alive and Kicking Alliance.
Pastor Jonathan Oloyede
Pastor Jonathan Oloyede was one of the Senior Pastors at Glory House, one of the largest Pentecostal churches in London, before setting off to plant a new church, City Chapel, in the Borough of Newham in 2008. He is also Convener of the Global Day of Prayer London.
Nick Pollard is the co-founder and International Director of Damaris Trust, an educational charity with a Christian foundation seeking to relate biblical Christian faith and contemporary popular culture. He is a popular writer and speaker.
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