Guest Speakers 2018

 

 

Monday 30 July - Friday 3 August 2018

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Rev. Eric Lewis

Eric is originally from Godregraig, South Wales, and has pastored churches across the UK, ministering also in Eastern Europe and Australia. He has spent the last 43 years in Northern Ireland, as a pastor and Bible teacher. He is passionate about Bible teaching and the need for revival. Since his retirement, he has continued to teach around many churches in Northern Ireland and further afield. He is married to Beryl and they have two daughters. His six grandchildren keep him busy!

Eric is looking forward to ministering again at Keswick.

 
 

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Rev. Wayne Sutton

Originally from New York, Wayne has been the Senior pastor of Carrubbers Christian Centre in Edinburgh since 1996.  At the “Heart of the Royal Mile” Carrubbers is a growing and developing church community with a vision to see lives transformed by the gospel of Jesus Christ – life by life.  

As well as his pastoral duties at Carrubbers Wayne has had a wide ranging ministry of Bible teaching throughout the United Kingdom and beyond in many churches, conferences and Christian Unions.  Wayne is married to Sarah and has two daughters, Rachel and Naomi.


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Ruth Glover

Ruth recently married Freddie from Ireland and they now live in Suffolk in a cottage in a lovely village not far from Ipswich. Her main job, is working as a Children's work manager for a Christian charity called Just42. This Charity is based in Woodbridge and they work with young people within Woodbridge and the surrounding villages. Her job involves taking school assemblies, running lunch-time and after-school clubs and through the year she runs three or four holiday Clubs.
 
She has worked for Just42 for over 12 years and says "I really love my job and I find it rewarding and enjoy serving God in this way. All this is only possible with God's help and with the experience I have gained from children's work, working with my parents in Bible Clubs in the past and on united beach missions. My purpose and aim is to give the children a fun time using new and up-to-date ways of teaching and activities but staying close to the Bible and the message of the gospel so that the children learn the foundations of knowing Jesus personally and how we can grow as a Christian."

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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 this 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.