Along with many other organisations, we’ve been closely following the news about the Coronavirus and as a result, we won’t be taking any bookings for the UCB Ambassadors for a while. However, if you would like to enquire about an Ambassador event for later in the year, please do get in touch.
Looking for a special speaker for your church or church event? We might be able to help! Introducing UCB’s Church ambassadors – a group of people who each have an amazing story of what God has done in their lives. They are each available to tell their powerful testimony and also share how UCB was part of that journey for them.
If you’re planning an evangelistic event or are looking for a speaker for your church, why not get in touch. Fill in the web form below and one of our Churches’ team will give you a ring and see if we can help.
Danielle was disabled with multiple bone and joint disorders. She was in constant agony and began to wonder if God still had a purpose for her life. One day, she had an incredible experience at a conference in Ireland and was completely healed from all symptoms and disorders. Today, Danielle is the director of Manna Cards and a UCB Ambassador, able to share all that God has done in her life and through the ministry of UCB.
|Watch Danielle’s Story|
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 is the founder of SAVIA (Survivors and Victims of Institutional Abuse) and has an incredible story of healing from anger and the pain of the abuse she suffered as a child. Today, Margaret travels to churches and events and shares the story of how God has changed her life.
|Watch Margaret’s Story|
Brought up in a Christian family in the Loire Valley, France, David came to England over 40 years ago and is now the Chief Executive for UCB in the UK. Having experienced personal tragedy through the loss of his son and his grandson, David knows and teaches that people’s lives can be changed for the better through a relationship with Jesus and knowing God’s Word.
|Watch David's Story|
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 make her 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 the ME, but also emotional wounds from the past. Today, Amanda speaks in churches and at conferences, sharing the love of God and ministering to people facing similar situations.
|Watch Amanda's Story|
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 Lynn have 4 children between them and 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.
Chantell Leonie Hayles
As a young child Chantell Leonie Hayles 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 is the author of Beauty for Ashes and today she shares her story of transformation, how God has set her free from shame and the emotional wounds of the past and given her a brand new start.
|Watch Chantell's Story|
Available to churches in Northern Ireland
Margaret is UCB’s Northern Ireland coordinator 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.