Brian is the team leader at Newton Mearns Baptist Church in Glasgow. He encountered Jesus as a young fisherman whilst peeling a carrot(!) and has been a Baptist Minister for over 20 years. Brian is married to Janet and they have two children.
Corrine is a trained actor and social worker. She has worked as an actor across London and the UK, and is an associate artist for Selah Theatre Company, a Christian Arts Collective. Now in Oxford, whilst her husband trains for ordination in the Church of England, Corrine is working in safeguarding in a primary school and uses the arts as a tool for communicating with children.
Rachel is an author, speaker, president of the Girl’s Brigade, founder of Romance Academy and is on the boards of The Cinnamon Network and Home For Good. She works with Youthscape to develop youth ministry for churches. She and her family recently relocated to Preston, to serve the local church.
Yemi leads the Evangelical Alliance’s One People Commission, a group of key national church leaders across ethnic backgrounds which celebrates diversity while promoting unity. He’s also Associate Director for HOPE and a global ambassador for Compassion UK, amongst other things.
Mike pastors Soul Survivor Watford church and has spent his life running the Soul Survivor festivals which have encouraged youth in the UK to walk with Jesus in a naturally supernatural way. Mike speaks at conferences around the world, trying to make people laugh and point them towards Jesus at the same time.
Lucy has been leading worship and writing songs for many years, both as a solo artist and with her talented band of musicians and singers. Kings Village is a community of worshipers from Arun Church, whose heart is to write songs that inspire, encourage and gather people towards pursuing the presence of God together.
Aaron and his family have been rooted in Grace Fellowship Church, Atlanta USA for the last 15 years, where Aaron still serves as a worship pastor.
Aaron and his band travel around the world leading worship and training leaders. In 2008, the Keyes launched their worship school, now called 10,000 Fathers, through which their heart is to help the next generation of worship leaders (who lead songs) to become more Biblically empowered worship pastors (who lead people).
Elim Sound have a rich heritage within the UK’s Elim Pentecostal Churches, led by Sam Blake as national director. Sam is also worship pastor of a large, vibrant multi-ethnic Elim church, in Ealing, west London. Helen has been a Christian for 27 years and has served the Elim movement as a worship leader for much of that time.
Karl is a leadership coach, Bible teacher and author. He is pastor emeritus at Central Church in Edinburgh, where he served as senior pastor until recently. He’s also the founder of the Cairn movement in the Celtic nations.
Amy is the Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and the Europe, Middle East, and Africa Director of RZIM. She leads a team of pioneering apologist-evangelists and speaks around the world on how the Christian faith answers the deepest questions of life.
Martha is an actor, writer and presenter who has written and performed shows for the West End and venues across the UK. She runs the Nimbus Collective which encourages individual creativity to empower the church. Martha is also involved in running and facilitating arts education projects nationally.
At Spring Harvest in 2020 she will be hosting the Big Start at Minehead One and Harrogate, together with Bob Hartman.
Joe has become part of the Spring Harvest furniture having hosted many late night shows, the Big Start and worked on youth & children’s teams. He works professionally as a performer, and event and on screen presenter.
Joe is delighted to be hosting the Big Start in Skegness in 2020.
Luke used to work at Spring Harvest as the creative coordinator. He’s worked in numerous creative settings and is now a children’s author and in training for ordination in the Church of England. He’s currently working on The Last Dragonrider, the third book in the Presadia series which he launched at Spring Harvest.
Bob is a freelance writer and storyteller who has travelled the world telling stories for over 30 years and is also the author of over 60 books for children. He is married, with two children and five grandchildren.
At Spring Harvest in 2020 he will be hosting the Big Start at Minehead One and Harrogate, together with Martha Shrimpton.
Malcolm leads Dundonald Elim Church in Northern Ireland and chairs Elim’s ethics and public theology task force. He is also an author, lecturer, broadcaster, advocate and government advisor on issues of faith and cohesion.
Dr John Sentamu practised Law in Uganda before coming to the UK in 1974. He was ordained in 1979 and then appointed Bishop for Stepney in 1996, Bishop for Birmingham in 2002 and Archbishop of York in 2005. He is Primate of England and Metropolitan, a member of the House of Lords and a Privy Councillor. Married to Margaret, they have 2 grown-up children and 2 grown-up foster children.
The Archbishop will be speaking at Spring Harvest 2020 in Harrogate.
Anne Calver is a Baptist minister, author and speaker. She is passionate about Word and Spirit and seeing Jesus transform lives and release people’s potential. Anne is also part of the Spring Harvest Planning Group and has been co-writing the 2020 Unleashed theme book based on the books of Acts.
Steve, alongside his wife Esther, is the senior leader at All Nations church, a vibrant, multi-cultural, multi-campus church based in Wolverhampton.
Steve’s call is to see the church rise up and become all it can be as the bride of Christ.