Everything is committed to the cultural renewal of our world. Through relationships and a combination of events, resources, and retreats, Everything helps people use the skills God has given them for the flourishing of their communities.
Ici experienced an incredibly challenging start to her life, having grown up in long term foster care. However, today she has turned these difficulties to good effect as she and her husband Phil provide a loving and stable environment for children who they have adopted into their family. They have joined a growing movement of Christians who are making a genuine difference to children in need of a family of their own.
Stuart Hazeldine is a British screenwriter, film producer and director. He is best known for his 2009 thriller, Exam, for which he was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer. Most recently he directed the 2017 film adaptation of William P. Young’s novel The Shack.
Paul Kerensa is an award-winning comedian, script-editing and writing for many TV comedies such as Miranda, Not Going Out, and BBC2’s revamped Top Gear. He has authored several books, regularly performs as a stand-up and broadcasts regularly on the BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show ‘Pause For Thought’.
Lakwena Maciver is an artist based in East London whose outdoor murals can be found in diverse cities across the globe, from Los Angeles, Miami and New York to her home city in London. Lakwena’s installations have drawn the attention of thousands worldwide, using forms of positive expression to create bold messages of hope in urban landscapes.
Mark Maciver (aka @slidercuts) is one of London’s leading barbers, working with famous faces such as rappers Tinie Tempah and Stormzy, and TV presenter Reggie Yates. He also helps others develop their own businesses through his new initiative, ‘Shaping Up Culture’.
Alexander McLean is a British activist, humanitarian and lawyer. He is the founder and Director General of the African Prisons Project based in Uganda. The project is now a registered charity with a team of local and international staff and volunteers seeking to improve the lives of people imprisoned in Africa.
Elizabeth Oldfield is the Director of Theos, a think tank stimulating debate around the place of religion in society. She appears regularly in the media, including BBC One, Sky News, and the World Service, writing in The Financial Times and delivering Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. She is a regular conference speaker and chair.
Michael Ramsden addresses audiences around the world on the relevance of the Christian faith to every part of life. He has spoken at NATO HQ in Brussels, the White House, and to Members of the European Parliament. He is one of the founders of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics, and the International Director of RZIM (Ravi Zacharias International Ministries).
Will Torrent is a renowned chef and chocolatier. He has worked with world-class chefs, such as Jamie Oliver and Gary Rhodes, and in venues such as The Dorchester, Claridges and The Lanesborough. His TV appearances include Blue Peter, The Apprentice, Ready Steady Cook, Sunday Brunch, Jamie and Jimmy’s Food Fight Club and This Morning.