G - J

Jason Gardner

Jason currently heads up the youth discipleship project at the London institute for Contemporary Christianity. He's also a trustee and volunteer youth worker for a missional youth project called Ignite in North West London. Jason has written Mend the gap: Can the church reconnect the generations, published by IVP.

Eric Gaudion

Eric lives in Guernsey, Channel Islands is married to Diane and is a retired Elim Minister, having served as pastor and missionary in UK, Seychelles and Zimbabwe for 45 years. His books include Braving the Storm, Storm Force, Trust, Enduring Hope, and Storming Home.

Jon Gemmell

Jonathan is Associate Director of Conferences and Resources with the Proclamation Trust in London.

Sarah Giles

Sarah is a freelance writer, editor and proofreader. She is married to Dave and they have two daughters. Sarah is currently studying scriptwriting and is a big fan of Sherlock.

Rev Dr Paul Goodliff

Paul Goodliff is a baptist minister and pastoral theologian living in Oxford.

Andrew Gray

As well as an artist. Andrew is a write, blogger, musician and trainee vicar with two boys, wife and a dog. He specialises in 'black/white and colour cartoons and illustration' (which you can see examples of at www/onegraydot.com) using traditional media techniques, which he has produced for many organisations in the UK and overseas for both print and the web over the last 20 years.

John Grayston

Until 2009 John was the Director of Theology for Scripture Union England and Wales. He is now retired but acts as Biblical and Theological Consultant for SU, and is engaged in writing and itinerant preaching and teaching. John is an Elder at Tile Kiln Church in Chelmsford, and has three adult children and five grandchildren. His hobbies are skiing, hill-walking, photography and gardening.

Ben Green

Ben Green is a curate in Studley, Warwickshire. He has spent most of the last ten years either reading theology books or writing computer software, but he also enjoys losing games of squash, playing the piano, and watching TV quiz shows.

Mark Greene

Mark used to work in advertising, but now he is the Director for the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, having served at London Bible College as their Vice Principal and lecturer in communications. He is married to Katriina, a Finn, and they have three children.

Rev Dr John Harris

In retirement, John is Senior Biblical Consultant for Bible Society Australia. He continues his involvement in the translation of the Bible into indigenous Australian and Pacific languages. John is married to Judith and they have three children and six grandchildren.

Dr Richard Harvey

Richard is Academic Dean and Director of Training at All Nations Christian College in Hertfordshire. He has written and spoken frequently on issues of Judaism and Christianity, and was a founder member of the London Messianic Congregation. He also served for seven years as the UK Director of Jews for Jesus. He is married to Monica and they have two children.

Mike Hawthorne

After many years in mission in Asia, Mike is taking some time in his home city of Manchester to work out what mission looks like for him there.

Stephanie Heald

Stephanie and her husband Richard divide their time between the Gulf and Scotland, and have four (nearly) grown up children.

Andrew Heron

After originally working as a government translator, Andrew Heronthen became a missionary and pastor for almost 25 years in France.

Gareth Higgs

Gareth is a Methodist Minister based in Derby. He is husband to Laura and dad to Joseph and Naomi. He is doing doctoral research in the area of church growth.

Dr Pauline Hoggarth

Pauline is in retirement from SU International, but still writes and teaches in the UK and overseas. She enjoys detective fiction, gardening and cooking for friends.

Nigel Hopper

Nigel is Churches and Resources Manager at A Rocha UK - a Christian charity working for the protection and restoration of the natural world. A former editor with Scripture Union, Nigel lives in MK with his wife and two teenage children, who will not be children for much longer!

Helen Jones

Helen is a freelance editor and writer. She is married toSteve and they live in a beautiful spot surrounded by hills in the ScottishBorders. Helen loves painting, walking, cycling and leading a small worshipband in church.