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Matt Campbell

Matt Campbell used to work as an editor with Scripture Union England and Wales, but now works for social services in Bristol. He has always been concerned with the trivia of life, and this has led to his remarkable interest in snot and other mucus-like substances. He is married to his lovely and long-suffering wife, Jackie.

Anna Caroe

Anna is married to Phil and kept busy by their young family. They are part of the NewFrontiers church in Cambridge.

Dr Andrew Clark

Andrew is a former editor of Daily Bread. He is married to beautiful Pat, with two sons and three grandchildren. For the last two years he has been learning more about ministering in the power of the Holy Spirit at Bethel Church in Redding, California.

Susannah Clark

Susannah is passionate about her local church and community. She used to work at the Evangelical Alliance, and loves living in Peckham, SE London.

Alison Allen (nee Clarke)

After fourteen years as a single missionary in Romania, Alison is now adjusting to life as a housewife in East Anglia, whilst continuing her involvement in Romanian missionary sending. Alison is now focussing on writing and research. She is a freelance writer, speaker and translator.

Terry Clutterham

Terry Clutterham is Director of Ministry Development for Scripture Union and has wide experience in helping children and young people engage with the Bible.

Michael Cole

A retired Minister and former chairman of South American Mission Society, Michael has been the editor of Living Light Bible Reflections since 2003. He is married with five children and eight grandchildren.

Dr Sylvia Collinson

Sylvia is a retired lecturer in New Testament, Discipleship and Children’s Ministry at Morling College, Sydney, Australia. She is now involved in multicultural ministry and English second language teaching at her Church in Sydney. She is an SU Australia volunteer in a variety of capacities across the country. Sylvia enjoys friends and family, gardening, overseas travel, reading and walking.

Gordon Cooke

Gordon has been the pastor of New Inn Congregational Church near Pontypool in South Wales since 1995. He's married to Linda with one daughter.

Shirley Corder

Shirley is a pastor’s wife, cancer survivor and freelance writer who seeks to encourage and inspire others, especially those in the cancer valley. She lives on the coast of South Africa together with her husband a lively Jack Russell who keeps her fit.

Rt Rev Graham Cray

A retired Church of England bishop, Graham was formerly Archbishop’s Missioner and Leader of the Fresh Expressions Team. He is married to Jackie and they have two daughters, Catherine and Sarah.

Dan Crouch

Dan Crouch is youth worker in theParish of Keynsham and is studying for an MA in Leadership and Mission with theInstitute for Children, Young People and Mission (CYM). Dan enjoys reading, watching football and in particular ManchesterUnited (not so much at the moment) and spending time with his wife, Sarah.

Graham Daniels

Graham joined the staff team at Christians in Sport in 1989 and took over the role of General Director in 2002. Graham currently plays football for Cambridge Vets and manages his village football team, Hardwick.

James Davies

James works for the Open University. He is married to Karen and they are part of a Newfrontiers church in Milton Keynes. They have three sons called Samuel, Benjamin and Joel, not much peace and quiet, and drink a lot of coffee.

Rev Dr David Dewey

David is the minister of Chester Road Baptist Church, Sutton Coldfield and has a special interest in how the Bible is best read for spiritual growth.

Elaine Duncan

Elaine is CEO of the Scottish Bible Society. She is passionate about people growing in their relationship with God through encountering Him in His Word.

Bruce Dutton

Bruces lives in Launcestion, Tasmania with his wife Sharon and a step daughter. He's a member of the Board of Trustees of Fusion Australia and is the course coordinator for its Certificate IV in Christian Youth and Community Work. He enjoys reading and bushwalking, and age has reduced him to watching rather than playing rugby, cricket or any other sport!