Ali Etheridge is responsible for supporting youth leaders and youth ministry for Soul Survivor through SoulNet.

 

Ali is the commissioning editor at Lion Hudson Publishing and worked with some of the UK’s top Christian authors. She has also authored and contributed to a number of books.

 

Ali Martin is part of the leadership team at Soul Survivor and Soul Survivor Watford. This summer Soul Survivor is running four events for teenagers in Scotland, Stafford and Peterborough, as well as a Naturally Supernatural event for the whole family in Stafford.

 

Alice is cafe manager at Kahaila charity coffee shop in East London, works supporting women involved in prostitution in the local area and is developing an alternative employment scheme.

 

Alison Keddilty is a mother of five and helps out at her local church in Cumbria.

 

Amy Crick is a schools worker for CYO in Colchester, leading a self esteem course for girls called ‘Beloved’ and working as a Chaplain for two secondary schools.

 

Amy Stock is a schools worker based in Luton and director of Schoolswork.co.uk.

 

Amy Tolmie is a schools’ worker based in Luton and director of schoolsworkUK, a project of Youthscape.

 

Andrew Hurd is the children’s ministries leader at the Salvation Army in Gloucester.

 

Andrew Root is associate professor of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary and author of several books, including The theological turn in youth ministry.