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The team behind The Mentor Network

Alison Cansdale

I have a deep passion for supporting those in frontline ministry and empowering people to navigate life and spiritual struggles to become all that God intended them to be. No issue is too big or too small to benefit from someone journeying with them!

I am a professionally accredited Senior Practitioner Mentor/Coach with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, (EMCC). I am also a qualified Therapeutic Coach (FTCT) and a qualified Pastoral Supervisor. I lecture in Christian mentoring and coaching at theological colleges. My professional background is as a Speech and Language Therapist and I have an MA in Christian Mentoring (Missiology). My breadth of studying has roots in equipping myself as well as I can to help others.

    

                                                                                                                              Fusion Therapeutic Coach Trainer (FTCT)

 

Charlotte Hendy

Charlotte is passionate about discipling and empowering women. She works for GirlsBrigade Ministries with a specific focus on 18-30s. She regularly teaches on mentoring, supports numerous mentoring relationships and implements mentoring elements within the organisation, primarily through The Esther Collective project, which she heads up.

Jennie Fytche

Jennie Fytche is an experienced trainer and mentor Originally, trained as a nurse and then later studying Applied Theology to Family Youth and Community work. Over the last 20 years Jennie has actively served as a trainer and mentor in the pastoral care ministry and within in children’s and youth work. Jennie has experience of working alongside, NHS workers, foodbanks, parish nursing and health and wellbeing projects and the wholeness and healing ministry. Currently, Jennie is also working part-time as a schools’ worker in town of Grantham supporting schools with collective worship, lunchtime groups and RE lessons. She is married with two daughters at university.

 

 

Jacqui Hanbury

Jacqui is an engineer and has worked in large corporate companies for all her working life.  As a female in engineering she has always been involved in mentoring and inspiring younger women and has been trained by her company as a coach and team coach.  Having run many house groups, she obtained a certificate in Christian Mentoring from Cliff College.  To allow her to combine both she recently started working part-time in her corporate role and started her own mentoring and coaching business and qualified as an accredited coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation.   By combining her knowledge of business and her passion for seeing people grow she hopes to make a success of both.

 

Neil Blake

Neil is a Support Worker in mental health whilst training to be a Counsellor. He has been a Christian for over thirty years and has a wide experience of church life, having served as a Youth Worker and a Church Leader. He recently completed a certificate in Christian Mentoring and is a Cruse volunteer. He has a particular heart for those struggling with depression, loneliness and failure, especially Church leaders. He divides his time between family, church, work, and mentoring individuals informally.

 

 

Paul Wilcox

Paul Wilcox was part of Youth for Christ and is on the Leadership Team at All Saints, Worcester. He mentors existing and emerging leaders around the UK and internationally. He has three children and is married to Jane, with whom he hosts Chapel House Ministries: www.chapelhouse.org.uk.  Paul is the author of ‘Intentional Mentoring – Empowering a Generation One Person at a Time’ (www.instantapostle.com)

 

 

 

Hannah Fytche

Hi! I’m Hannah, a Theology (MPhil) student in the lovely Cambridge, a writer (God’s Daughters and Rooted in God’s Grace), and a lover of strawberries, books and meals with people. I’m also just beginning to explore what a call to church ministry could look like. Above all, I’m one held by the love of God.

 

My blog is here: https://createdenough.wordpress.com/about/

Hannah is credited with some of the writing of the website, we have valued her input.