Michael Cook | SU Scotland
Michael is the Centre Director of Lendrick Muir, near Kinross. This is a Christian Activity and Residential Centre with over 150 beds run by Scripture Union Scotland. Lendrick Muir hosts thousands of children and young people each year on SU holidays, school residentials and a variety of weekend groups. The centre has an exciting range of activities (from high ropes, to water sports) and is set in over 120 acres of land. Lendrick Muir is well used with 23,000 bed nights last year. Michael leads a team of over 30 staff plus numerous volunteers. His role includes the operational and longer term strategic side of managing this busy centre.
Cammy Sim | UCCF & Navigators, Stirling
Cammy works in two roles with UCCF and Navigators. These roles complement each other, both working with the University of Stirling students. Cammy’s roles sees him helping students to grow in faith, providing leadership training within the Christian Union and resourcing them to reach out with the gospel.
Tricia Ward | YWAM Scotland
Tricia leads YWAM Stirling's staff team, she is also responsible for finding funding for YWAM Stirling and all its ministries, as well as overseeing Stirling House of Prayer. Tricia is currently involved with Healing Rooms Stirling, Stirling Street Pastors.
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Marek Homoncik | SU Scotland
Marek started as the Facilities manager at Lendrick Muir in 2014. This is a Christian Activity and Residential Centre with over 150 beds run by Scripture Union Scotland. Lendrick Muir hosts thousands of children and young people each year on SU holidays, school residentials and a variety of weekend groups. The centre has an exciting range of activities (from high ropes, to water sports) and is set in over 120 acres of land. Lendrick Muir is well used with 23,000 bed nights last year.
Cathy Hynds | Lutheran World Federation
Cathy has worked in Jordan, Yemen, Nepal and Afghanistan. She worked for Interserve, Oxfam and Tearfund, latterly in management training local staff, mentoring and empowering them as they supported others. She has now returned to Jordan as Program Manager for the Lutheran World Federation. Her role is to provide overall guidance and direction to LWF projects as they seek to support refugees and others. It is a mad balancing act of supporting a predominantly local Jordanian team as they implement initiatives, liaising with donors and other stakeholders, including Government, for accountability, and trying to improve quality and impact of the interventions to support refugees and others.
Judy Homer | World Horizon, Wales
Judy is involved in the work of World Horizons which exists on behalf of places and people not yet prayed for, churches not yet planted and cross-cultural workers not yet sent. Her role involves teaching cross-cultural studies and other subjects on the annual training course offered at the World Horizons base in Wales, mentoring trainees, working with the HR department. Judy is also helping to develop new work in West Africa in partnership with the church in Burkina Faso and aims to travel out there once each year; family responsibilities permitting.
Carole Steedman | WEC International, Thailand
Carole, in her role as Elementary Head Teacher, is responsible for the care of 25+ staff and support workers and 200 children aged 5-12. Her job includes supervising and evaluating teachers, leading curriculum and staff development, and overseeing the welfare of the pupils, most of whom are TCKs (Third Culture Kids). The students come from many countries throughout the world creating a diverse and unique learning environment.
Shirley Worland | Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Shirley is working as a Lecturer in Faculty of Social Science, Chiang Mai University. She lives on site in McKean Hospital which comes under the Church of Christ in Thailand where she also helps in Dok Kaew Gardens, an aged care complex where most of the residents are Westerners. This unique combination of roles allows her to witness both to youth and older people - many of the youth from Burma who studied on the border where she used to live and teach; and the older people struggling with many different issues in their life course. Shirley maintains her close connections to Thoo Mweh Khee Senior College and Hill Light Theological Seminary on the Thai-Burma border with regular visits and administrative tasks.
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