Brian Edwards holds a degree in theology from the University of London. He pastored an evangelical church in London before taking on a wider ministry of preaching, lecturing, writing and editing. He is the author of many books including biographies of William Tyndale and John Newton, two books on Revival, and the recently revised Nothing but the Truth. He is co-author of several other books, including the best-selling Evidence for the Bible. Brian is married to Rosie and they are members of Christ Church (FIEC), Dunstable.
John describes himself as an unworthy servant, totally dependent on God’s grace. Born and bred in Llanelli, John attended Triniti Chapel. He started going to Bible Study in the manse. He was converted at an EMW camp at Bala in 1975. After sensing a call to ministry he studied for a BD at Bangor. After over 20 years with the Welsh Baptists in Caernarfon, he has been minister at Tabernacl Llwynhendy since 2010. John is married to Helen with four children and five grandchildren. He is keen on sport (watching mainly) and DIY (Destroy it Yourself!).
Adrian was born in Aberdare and taught Welsh in a local secondary school. He has pastored churches in the South Wales Valleys and in Carmarthen and is currently engaged in itinerant ministry. He is married to Naomi and teaches Church History on the Evangelical Movement of Wales’ Theological Training Course.
Megan has been involved with sharing the gospel with children and young people for the last decade. She played a key part in establishing a children’s club and youth group at her home church, Penuel Baptist Chapel, in Pembrokeshire. Megan has also helped in the running of children and youth ministry in other local churches. Feeling called to serve the Lord in children and youth work, Megan connected with Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) three years ago. She has now joined the team and is keen to engage creatively with children and youth in exciting ways, sharing the gospel through Bible stories, music, craft activities, cooking, holiday clubs and camping! Megan is also a trained Scripture Union Faith Guide.
Rev. Colin Leyshon
Colin is originally from the Bridgend area but emigrated to London with the Civil Service. After twenty three years in the C.S. he was called to be the Minister of Stanmore Chapel (F.I.E.C.), North London, where he served for twenty seven years. He retired last year and now lives in Eastbourne. He is married to Bev and has three daughters and nine grandchildren. He is also Chairman of the Council of Trustees of Messianic Testimony. He first came to Keswick in Wales at the age of eighteen and has now taken on the role of Chairman.