Enable is currently being run by a Task Group with Mark Davies as coordinator. The Task Group was formed from a wider steering group that includes leaders from service groups and local church across the UK. The steering group currently includes John Aitken (Echoes), Stephen McQuoid (GLO), Rob Watson (Merseyside), Martin Erwin (One2Lead), Tim Cracknell (Forest of Dean), Graham Poland (Barnstable), Jackie Mann (Myton), David Foster (Future and Hope network), Jim Crooks (Joshua – Tilsley College), David Brown (Joshua – W Midlands) and James Hyde (CPI)
Mark is a native of Swansea and had started a career in engineering before the Lord’s call into full time mission work. He and his wife Shirley served as missionaries in Zambia for twenty years engaging in Bible teaching, developing mission, resourcing infrastructure and HIV/AIDS intervention work. They also were blessed with two daughters and three sons. Returning to UK, Mark completed an MTh (2010) in biblical interpretation and served as Principal of Tilsley College. Mark with his wife Shirley are now based in London. He continues to serve in GLO Europe as the Training Director, which ties in well with his role as Coordinator for Enable.
Alistair Hornal is Partnership’s National Co-ordinator. After nearly 30 years’ local church ministry he undertook New Testament research with a view to further developing his teaching and training ministry. Alistair is actively involved in the development and presentation of the MASTERclass programme. He is also available to assist with internet and locally delivered training.
After studying at GLO in Scotland, (now Tilsley College), Martin joined the Counties training programme in 1991, subsequently becoming the Counties evangelist for Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Involved in local church missions, schools work and agricultural show outreach, Martin also wrote the evangelism programme ‘Dying to Meet You.’ In 1996, along with others, he planted Challenge Community Church in Hereford, and until taking up his role as CEO at Counties, he was on the leadership team at Challenge. Martin has been leading the work of Counties as CEO since June 2016. Martin is married to Rachel, and they have three daughters – Keren, Anna and Emily.
As Counties Training Officer Beverley oversees development and delivery of Counties training, including: The Evangelist Training Programme; TEAM gap year programme (Training in Evangelism and Mission); Neighbourhood Chaplains Training; One2Lead and other projects.
Alistair is a church worker at Mackintosh Church in Cardiff. He spent 28 years at the BBC including six years in the Religious Programmes department. Alistair left the BBC to work for Fondation Hirondelle at the UN Radio Station in South Sudan. He joined Mackintosh church in Roath in Cardiff in 2012.
Allan is currently Principal of Tilsley College and a lecturer across biblical and mission related subjects. He with his wife Jacqui shares a passion for world mission that has shaped their lives and given them opportunity to serve God in a variety of roles in mission in Tanzania as well as in the UK.
Richard and with his wife Pam and family have lived in Bishop’s Stortford since 2017, previously having served as missionaries in Peru. Richard serves part-time as the Training Officer for Echoes International. He also serves with GLO Europe engaged in Bible teaching both through the church-based Joshua programme and through invites to local churches. He also helps to co-ordinate the church-based Joshua programme and supports the work of the Philadelphia Trust in central and eastern Europe.