David and Maura Baldwin direct a SIM (Serving in Mission UK) ministry, two:nineteen, that helps local churches engage with people from the nations living in their communities, especially through ESL Outreach (see www.twonineteen.org.uk and www.englishandoutreach.com)
James Sibley is a student at Union School of Theology and assistant to the Pastor at Cornerstone Evangelical Church, Abergavenny.
Matthew Mitchell has pastored Lanse Evangelical Free Church in Pennsylvania since 1998. He's a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and received a doctorate in biblical counselling from Westminster Theological Seminary in 2012. He is married to Heather and has four children.
Megan Hill is a member of West Springfield Covenant Community Church (PCA) in West Springfield, Massachusetts, where her husband is the pastor. She is the author of ‘Praying together: The priority and privilege of prayer in our homes, communities, and churches’ (Crossway, 2016).
Prudence Bell moved to Wales on her husband’s ordination into the Church in Wales in 1971. She has three grown-up children and has been involved with various ministries over the last 43 years, whilst also serving as a magistrate. They are now retired and live near Aberystwyth.
Ramez Atallah left Egypt as a child, after his family's property was confiscated by the socialist regime in the 1950s. In 1980, he moved back to Egypt with his Canadian wife and two young children. He has been General Secretary of the Bible Society of Egypt since 1990.