MFE4 Who’s who?

MFE4: Speakers

Ruth Walker

Ruth comes with a heart for us being true Kingdom disciples on our frontlines – whatever they are.

For Ruth – this has meant bringing her God given talents to the business and charity world – including as chair of a number of charities such as the Scottish Public Leaders Programme and Bethany Christian Trust and she is on the board of the Evangelical Alliance. Ruth also serves as LICC’s ambassador for its transforming work programme.

Ruth brings a personal emphasis and passion in helping individuals flourish and reach their full potential whatever their background.

Graeme MacDonald

Graeme is MFE’s very own wise sage. In the daytime he runs an engineering firm in Glasgow – and is married to the amazing Ruth. He is passionate about many things but especially worship, being equipped for our frontlines and integrity in the church.

Sam Hibbard

Sam is a singer songwriter and worship leader from Aberdeen. After a period of training at Worship Central, Sam returned to Aberdeen and has recently moved into partnering in ministry with churches all over Scotland. Sam has lead worship at many youth conferences including Magnitude and has a growing catalogue of excellent worship songs. Recently, Sam supported Martin Smith at his Glasgow show. Sam is engaged to Erin. More info on Sam here

Sam Rae

Sam is a student of music performance at Napier University in Edinburgh where Sam is one of the worship leaders at Central Church. Like Sam Hibbard, Sam has been heavily involved in Magnitude. Sam is passionate about worship and seeing all ages released into new depths of awe and wonder at our amazing God.

MFE4: Worship

Sam Hibbard & Sam Rae

MFE4: Hosts

Liz Martin

Liz Martin has been a pioneer in the area of prayer ministry, healing and discipleship for many years. She is from Queen’s Park Baptist Church where she was in Senior Leadership for many years. Liz loves nothing better that distilling all she has learnt so that others can operate more fully in the gifts God has given them.

Niall Fulton