Global discipleship for a changing world
  • Every church that does not do mission must close

    The recent Francophone Africa Consultation (CRAF 2017) provided ample evidence that God is challenging the church to commit herself more deeply to... Read More >>>

  • Doctors’ strike in Kenya ended through church arbitration

    Kenya’s health system was paralysed by a 100-day strike by doctors over pay and conditions. The government was unable to resolve the dispute and... Read More >>>

  • Gift of Life Empowers Kurdish Christians

    Working against a backdrop of civil unrest and religious persecution, a team of Bible translators has completed the first ever... Read More >>>

  • The Fruit of Faithfulness

    One of the joys of the Faith2Share network is to hear inspiring stories from our members and partners, who often work in some of the most challenging... Read More >>>

The work of the Faith2Share network is supported by the Faith to Share Trust which is registered in England and Wales as a charity (1132707). The international board of trustees work closely with the Faith to Share executive and leaders of all member agencies to ensure that the network meets its statutory obligations and remains focused on its vision, mission and values.

Robb Sykes

Robb is the President of Mission Together Inc. in Canada (a Faith2Share member agency). Robb is a businessman who owns his own media and communications company in Toronto, Canada, specialising in events, venue audio and visual support technology. Robb has experience in missions in Africa, largely through organising short term missions, and in communicating mission needs to churches and through conferences in North America.

Loun Ling Tan

Loun-Ling, who is Singaporean, with her husband Kang San Tan, leads the ministry of AsiaCMS from their base in Kualu Lumpur, Malayasia. Until 2012 she was on the staff of Redcliffe College (UK), teaching Biblical Basis of Mission, Issues and Trends, Encountering Chinese Peoples and Worldviews. She is a trained lawyer and studied theology at Regent College, Vancouver. She pastored the English Congregation of a Chinese Church in Singapore, before working with OMF International for 17 years, mainly in mission mobilisation, recruitment and training.

Berhe Gebru

Berhe is an accountant with experience of working for mission agencies and a number of other charities including CMS, Amnesty International, the Royal British Legion and EveryChild. He currently works for Santander UK in London. Berhe originates from Ethiopia and is part of the leadership team of an Ethiopian community church in London. As well as accountancy and church leadership, Berhe also enjoys music and writes Christian songs.

DR. Wonsuk Ma

Wonsuk is the Director of the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies (Oxford, UK),the David Yonggi Cho Research Tutor of Global Christianity and Director of Regnum Books International. As missionaries of the Korea Assemblies of God, Wonsuk and his wife Julie, served in the Philippines from 1979-2006 where they were involved in church planting as well as pastoring a church in Manila. He is an Old Testament scholar and author of many books and articles on mission.

The Very Revd. Bob Wilkes

Bob Wilkes has served since his mid 20s as a Minister of the Church of England, working in the UK in Liverpool (twice) and at Birmingham Cathedral as Dean. For fourteen years in between those ministries, he served with the Church Mission Society as a Mission Partner in Pakistan and as Regional Director for the Middle East and Central Asia. He is currently Vicar of St Michael at the North Gate Church in central Oxford, and the City Rector of Oxford. (The photo is on the top of St Michael’s Saxon Tower.) He is married to Sheila, and they have four children. Bob has always been involved with mission partnership issues in urban Britain, and across the Middle East and Central Asia. He was a close colleague with Mark Oxbrow during his time with CMS.

The Revd. P John Wesley

John Wesley is the General Secretary of the Indian Evangelical Mission (IEM) one of the oldest indigenous Indian mission agencies founded in 1965 with the support of the Evangelical Fellowship of India. John Wesley was born into an Anglican family in India's Tamil Nadu State. Called into ministry at a young age, Wesley graduated from Allahabad Bible Seminary and earned his Bachelor of Divinity degree from Serampore College. Later ordained by the Methodist Church of India, Wesley has served with Urban India Ministries, Operation Mobilization, the Evangelical Church of India, and Grace To India. For the last 26 years, Wesley has served with Indian Evangelical Mission, now as General Secretary. He is married to Mercy and has three sons.


Carol was on the teaching staff at Redcliffe College for several years and together with her husband Andy developed and facilitated undergraduate and postgraduate teaching on justice, advocacy and reconciliation issues in mission. In partnership with International Justice Mission Carol and Andy developed a teaching manual on biblical justice which has been piloted in India. She is co-founder of the JusTice initiative and is a freelance speaker, writer and mentor. Having spent her childhood in Brazil and worked as a Latin Link partner in Bolivia, Carol has a special interest in missional movements within and from Latin America. Carol lives in Gloucester with Andy and their four children.