About us

Who we are

Ministry Director  

Leading the team is: Ed Shaw 

 

Ed is the Pastor of Emmanuel City Centre in Bristol and is the author of The Plausibility Problem (published in the US as Same-Sex Attraction and the Church) and Purposeful Sexuality.  

See Ed's story

 

 

 

Content Director 

Looking after our website is: Anne Witton 

 

Anne heads up mission at Gateshead Central Baptist Church. She also speaks on behalf of True Freedom Trust and is studying for an MA in Contemporary Missiology. Anne loves to help others know life in all its fullness in Jesus. She is happily single and loves Christian community, books and playing her ukulele.

See Anne's story

 

 

Training Director 

Co-ordinating our training for churches is: Andy Robinson 

 

Andy has been one of the pastors of Woodstock Road Baptist Church in Oxford since 2003. Surprisingly, he enjoys talking personally about issues of sexuality – being able to say that God's grace is sufficient in our weakness. He describes himself as a northerner in exile and still insists that there is no 'r' in the pronunciation of bath.

 

 

 

Associate  

Writing and speaking for us: Andrew Bunt  

 

Andrew is an assistant pastor at King's Church Hastings and Bexhill and is the author of Who In Heaven's Name Do You Think You Are?: Exploring Your Identity In Christ (Charis Books) and People Not Pronouns: Reflections on Transgender Experience (Grove Books).

Listen to Andrew's story

 

 

 

Operations and admin  

Making sure everything works smoothly are: Simon & Hannah

Trustees 

Keeping us accountable are: Helen, Rosie & Keith  

Founders 

There at the beginning and still supporting us:  

Sam Allberry   

Sam works as a pastor and an apologist, and is the author of various books, including Is God Anti-Gay?

See Sam's story

Sean Doherty 

Sean teaches Christian ethics and is the author of The Only Way is Ethics

See Sean's story

Living Out is a UK Charity (No. 1165572) with trustees. We are also advised by a wider support group of same-sex attracted Christians and other friends.