Due to current restrictions, we’re not able to take any new bookings for UCB’s Ambassadors at the moment. Thank you to all the churches who have supported UCB by having an Ambassador to speak – we’re so thankful for what God has done so far. We look forward to being ‘back on the road’ just as soon as we can.
Amanda spent years bedbound, totally disabled with a severe form of ME, after an unexpected illness. Early in her diagnosis, she knew she had a choice: would she allow the illness to make her bitter or better? Eventually one day, she felt God speak to her and tell her it was time to go to church. Having not left the house for years, this seemed totally impossible, but little by little, God began to heal Amanda from not only ME, but also emotional wounds from the past. Having not left the house for years, this seemed totally impossible, but little by little,
Margaret is a survivor of institutional abuse. Raised in a children’s home, she experienced extreme neglect and abuse. Today she is a campaigner and a ‘voice for the voiceless’ for other survivors in Northern Ireland. She has an incredible story of healing from anger and the pain of the abuse she suffered as a child.
As a young child, Chantell battled a number of issues – low self-esteem, insecurities, feelings of rejection, and a feeling of worthlessness. Searching for a ‘father figure’, she ended up in the world of lap dancing, leading a very promiscuous life. When she was 23, a dramatic encounter with God changed everything. Chantell walked out of a ‘gentlemen’s club’ and straight into church. Chantell shares her story of transformation and how God has set her free from shame and the emotional wounds of the past.
Jo grew up in a Christian home and had a blessed childhood, but a disappointment at 18 left Jo questioning God and walking away from her faith. What followed was eight years of pain, abuse of many kinds, loneliness, brokenness, and isolation. God intervened through a song on UCB Radio, which inspired Jo to escape with her children. Now living in the fullness of God’s restoration, healing, and grace upon their lives, Jo has a story of hope, of God’s loving kindness, amazing provision, and transformation on their lives..
When you book an Ambassador for your church service or church event, we will also provide a UCB Rep to come along too! As a Rep, they will have a stand full of information about UCB, and will also talk about the free UCB resources that are currently available.
Margaret is UCB’s Northern Ireland co-ordinator and is available to speak to church groups about UCB’s work. Margaret is also the pioneer of the famous ‘UCB Coffee morning’, so if your church would like to host one of these unique fundraising events on behalf of UCB, Margaret can help. Margaret is currently only available to churches in Northern Ireland.
Carl has worked for UCB for 12 years, having worked in various teams from UCB Prayerline to working on radio. UCB’s ‘resident scouser’, he and his wife Lyn have four children between them. Carl is also a lay preacher and Gospel singer. He travels extensively on behalf of UCB, sharing God’s Word and updates on UCB’s ministry.