Liz Fell – Planting the Heavens amidst personal adversity. Liz is married to Simon and mum to 2 boys. Her story includes her eldest son’s battle with leukaemia. She is a barrister for the Crown Prosecution Service in the East Midlands Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Team. She is also a church warden at St George’s Church, Stamford.
Rhona Knight – Establishing the Heavens : questions of identity. Rhona celebrates her title “daughter of the King”. She is married to Chris and a mum of three adult children. Previously a GP for 25 years, she is now a curate at St Denys in Sleaford.
Phillippa Taylor – Matters of Life and Death: the Bible and medical ethics. Philippa Taylor is Head of Public Policy at the Christian Medical Fellowship and a consultant on bioethics and family issues for CARE. She has an MA in Bioethics from St Mary’s University College and has been speaking, writing and working on a wide range of contemporary bioethical issues for the past twenty years. She is married to Martyn and has three children.
Emma Worrall – Planting the heavens when it costs so much – is it really worth it?. Emma thought that she would only be at Open Doors for a year or so, but 18 years (& 3 kids) later she’s still there! She’s passionate about telling the story of those who pay a massive cost for following Jesus and believes these stories have so much to teach us about following Jesus in our own culture.