Alan Clark

Mr Alan Clark

Jean and I have been married since December 1978. We have three grown up children and a growing number of grandchildren. I taught Mathematics at a Glasgow school for nearly 40 years before retiring in December 2016. I am currently studying two days a week at Cornhill Scotland, with the aim to teach God’s word more faithfully in small groups in our Church. We are members of The Tron Church in Glasgow.

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Mr Peter Barrie

Joan and I have been married for 49 years and my work as SGA S.E. Representative was from 1989 to 2001. Since then, I have deputised as a Voluntary Associate based in Hailsham. My work took me across Europe meeting with Christian Leaders and others in need.

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Mr Andrew Care

Andrew & Susan are members of Bible Christian Methodist Chapel, St. Ives, Cornwall. Andrew is involved with preaching and is the church treasurer, Susan teaches in the Jnr Church and is a member of the Chapel’s singing group “Footsteps”. We are both members of the local Gideon branch and Andrew has had travelled to Eastern Europe on several occasions with SGA. Andrew works for a Fishermen’s Co-opeative and Susan for the NHS. We cover the area of Cornwall for SGA.

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Mr John Tulie

I am married to Lorna. Also I am an elder at my Zion Christian Fellowshp. It was twenty two years ago that I became interested in the work of SGA. All of that time being involved in the prayer group. I now have the privilege of being a voluntary representative on the island of Guernsey.

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Mr Nigel Bell

I was born and brought up near Wrexham in North Wales. I was converted at the age of sixteen, and have worked in engineering for 34 years. I am married to Mary and we have a grown up son David. Mary and I are members at Borras Park Evangelical Church Wrexham, where I serve as an Elder and Missionary Secretary. I became a Voluntary Representative for SGA in 2011. We have a prayer group that meets in the Wrexham area on a quarterly basis.

Rev Raymond Arnold

After serving the Lord as SGA’s Scottish Regional Representative for a number of years, Raymond retired in 2005. Later he took on the role of Voluntary Representative in Scotland, helping to plan itineraries etc. He lives in Murthly, Perthshire.